Hike Camp Milton Historic Preserve
Aug 11, 2012
Join us on Sierra Club’s first “2nd Saturdays Outing” as part of the City of Jacksonville People + Parks Connection.
We’ll hike Camp Milton’s meandering nature trails and boardwalk; we’ll visit the Civil War earthworks. Over 50 “historical” trees have been planted in the park, each with a story. Come to enjoy the park’s interpretive/educational center and observe an authentic farmhouse being restored to the site. Bring water, sun screen, bug spray, a hat and a snack if you like. Pets on leash are allowed outside.
This historic preserve is part of the Timucuan Trail State & National Parks partnership, and was acquired by Preservation Project Jacksonville.
Northeast Florida Group
Tom.Larson@Florida.SierraClub.org / 904-247-1876.
1175 Halsema Rd North, Jacksonville, FL 32220 Directions: Take I-10 west from town to EXIT 351. Turn LEFT onto CHAFFEE RD North. Turn LEFT onto BEAVER ST W / US-90. Turn RIGHT onto HALSEMA RD.
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