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Level: Easiest
Length: 15 mi (24.1 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +24/ -78 ft
Total: 45 riders

Mountain Biking Jacksonville-Baldwin Trail

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#135 of 285 mountain bike trails in Florida
#4,212 in the world

This is a paved out-and-back multi-use rail-to-trail path. It's flat, long straight sections, and smooth. They also have a dirt path running along side it that may be good for mountain bikes. Quite a few people using it. But very nice ride.

First added by on Sep 20, 2010. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Brandy Branch TH - From Jacksonville, take Interstate 10 west to Exit 50 (new Exit 343) for US 301. Head north on US 301 (toward Baldwin) until you reach US 90. Take a left (heading west) and proceed about 2 miles to Secondary SR 121 (Brandy Branch Road). Take a right (heading north) and continue to the trailhead.

Imeson TH - From Jacksonville, take Interstate 10 west to Exit 53 (new Exit 356) for Interstate 295. Head north on I-295 to Commonwealth Avenue (Exit 9). From Exit 9, head west on Commonwealth Avenue approximately 1 mile to Imeson Road. Take a right on Imeson Road (heading north) and continue to the trailhead.
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  • Chadbrochills

    Rode the whole trail today on a MTB (29mi and some change because we checked out the old settlement along the way), obviously not what it's meant for but it's do-able. Scenic, long, straight trail. Came across a free little skate park near the 12mi mark, the MTB was fun on that. Nobody at the skate park. Heard a bunch of gunshots and it smelled like shit in some areas, literally, because of the dairy farm along the way but that's just a brief moment thankfully. Good workout for sure.

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  • bibingkawahine

    This "trail" is a paved road that goes on for 15mi each way. Great for road bikes, no reason to bring your mountain bike here unless you like to erode your nobby tires on pavement. Beware, cars have been known to get broken into. You can just look down the trail and see people coming miles away. Sad.

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  • Ron Williams

    Paved, multi-use path. Great for road bikes or just stretching your legs

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  • Gregory James

    This is a nice long rail to trail road bike route. It is great for a good workout or just hanging with friends. All paved and flat with nice trees for shade and pretty pictures.

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  • Ben Sizemore Jr.

    Flat and Straight, and covered by Trees for 25 miles (Nice when the Sun is beating down). Good for a casual ride. Be Ready to hear gunshots in the background!

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  • Uberjody

    this is the rails to trails.
    Not sure why it's listed as 2 seperate trails

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  • Uberjody

    if the wind is blowing hard from the west use the ride out as a warm-up. Then turn around and time trail back. Very fun! A great place to ride your fixie.

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  • risepul

    This is a flat trail to get some spin time... Started at one point and rode 15 miles, then returned back for another 15 miles... Rode it with my hard tail and was a good ride to get some spin time, but better trail for rode bikes... Still good spin time ride for MTB...

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  • Casey1234

    This 30 mile round trip trail was just what I needed for a post-turkey day ride. Mellow and peaceful ride with friendly walkers, runners, riders, and roller bladers. Path has garbage cans and bathrooms along the way.

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  • IdahoLife   ✓ supporter

    Another paved multi use trail. Rode this with the family and had a good time. this is a good place to bring the road bike or just to get some cardio in. The further away from jacksonville you get the better the scenery gets. Nice ride

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  • FL_Biker904

    The trail is actually 14.5 miles long and is a great spot for road biking, not so much mt biking

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