FNST Western Corridor Hiking Series - Hike 2b

Western Corridor Hiking Series  Hike 2  

Eaton Creek Trailhead to Sharpes Ferry Bridge Rd (314) 

Saturday November 2, 2013

8:30 AM Marshall Swamp Trailhead

8:45 AM Side of road 314 for shuttle

9:00 AM N.E. 145th Ave (Hulls Creek) 

9:15 AM Eaton Creek Trailhead for beginning of hike

Get set for a real Florida adventure on this second section in the FNST Western Corridor Hiking Series. This section of the Western Corridor is one of the least traveled sections. Much of the trail is under water during the summer, and you will get your feet wet on this hike. 

Distance: Short - 5.5 miles (N.E. 145th Ave), Long - 11.7 miles Sharpes Ferry Bridge Road (314) 

We'll meet at the Marshall Swamp TH and shuttle to the start of the hike. Be prompt. 60 oz. of water required for either distance. Lunch and snacks. We will stop for lunch before walking through Hulls Creek. Bring extra socks and shoes. You do not want to complete the hike in wet socks and shoes. Sunscreen and bug spray are recommended. 

Location: [masked], [masked]   

Carpooling:  If you would like to carpool, please post as a comment  


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  • Jacque S.

    Looks like the front is moving through and should pass by as we are beginning the hike. Temperatures cooling as the day goes on.

    November 2, 2013

  • SunAnnie

    Sorry I have to cancel! Late night with the teething grandson!

    November 2, 2013

  • John S.

    Sorry to bail but I need to go to NC this weekend.

    October 31, 2013

  • Emma

    Sorry to have to cancel. This looks like a great hike. Next time...

    October 30, 2013

  • Emma

    Hi,
    I live in the Dade City area, and could accommodate 2 more passengers, if someone needs a ride.
    I am planning to do the 11.7 mi. hike.

    October 27, 2013

  • Pam T.

    This is a day hike, correct?

    October 25, 2013

  • Marilyn G

    oops doing potts that weekend

    October 13, 2013

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