McQueens Island Historic Trail

McQueens Island Historic Trail(萨凡纳)

McQueens Island Historic Trail
3.5

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3.5
9 条点评
极佳
3
非常好
3
一般
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较差
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很糟糕
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Tinawit
佛罗里达杰克逊维尔73 条分享
Under Construction - Trail still closed
2020年1月 • 夫妻情侣
Appears to have been a great place to walk before the storm damaged it. There are a lot of supplies and heavy equipment ready to make it beautiful again.
撰写日期:2020年1月12日
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loewymartin
卡罗莱纳州教堂山11 条分享
Closed for repairs
2019年8月 • 家庭
Tried to run here today (August 2019) and it is closed for renovations/repairs. No posted date for reopening either. I’m glad they are fixing it up since the last few posts mentioned it needed it - just wish we knew before driving out there!
撰写日期:2019年8月18日
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12am
New York72 条分享
Nice trail but needs repairs
2019年3月 • 独自旅游
Beautifully situated trail next to the South Channel of the Savannah river, surrounded by marshlands. You can access it from two points (midpoint and near bridge to Ft Pulaski). it's 6 miles one way - and you can extend it by running over the bridge to Ft Pulaski. Unfortunately, several sections (especially around the midpoint) are in poor shape, with areas washed away and make-shift bridges consisting of balance beams - a bit tricky to negotiate - see pictures). Certainly not suitable for biking right now.
撰写日期:2019年3月4日
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GordoMatt
乔治亚萨凡纳85 条分享
Waiting for FEMA repairs -damaged with gap in trail: enter at Ft. Pulaski end
2018年8月 • 独自旅游
This trail is access at it mid-point and at the east end at the entrance to Ft. Pulaski. The midpoint access is under water at high tide and the crossing bridge is missing. From the east end a portion of the trail useable until you reach a large gap washed out. Turn in at the sign for Ft. Pulaski and park on the grass on your left.
撰写日期:2018年8月9日
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Heather Ryan
田纳西查塔努加13 条分享
Could be nice
2017年9月 • 夫妻情侣
People obviously don't take care of this gem, trash was everywhere. We brought our bicycles with the idea of having a leisurely ride but the path was not ideal for anything other than a mountain bike.
撰写日期:2017年9月27日
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Chelle
南卡罗来纳Westminster11 条分享
Peaceful, Beautiful and scenic
2016年2月 • 夫妻情侣
This was a lovely walk. We were unable to do the entire trail but look forward to doing it when we return. Some beautiful river views and saw some wildlife.
撰写日期:2016年2月22日
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Annie T
1 条分享
Great Place to Workout
2015年6月 • 独自旅游
This six mile trail is perfect for runners or cyclists. The gravel is easy on the knees and the scenery is beautiful. If you head east (aka turn left) you'll run into fit-trail style workout stations spread over the course of about half a mile. There are monkey bars, parallel bars, balance beams, fireman's poles, and a handful of other stations. Definitely enough equipment to get a good workout in. Plus, if you follow the trail to its true end, you'll find a very interesting surprise.
撰写日期:2015年6月12日
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Shortstuff37
田纳西诺克斯维尔13 条分享
Great trail
My husband and I ran and walked along this trail during our visit to Tybee Island. It offers some wonderful views and was a great place to get some exercise in during our stay.
撰写日期:2015年5月20日
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healthyeater7
乔治亚萨凡纳240 条分享
Bike, Walk, or Run the Rails 2 Trails
2013年7月 • 夫妻情侣
Affectionately known as Savannah's Rails 2 Trails, this historically nostalgic crushed rock 6 mile trail is just passed the Bull River Bridge on the way to Tybee. My grandfather used to ride the train on this very path before air conditioning prevented the family from staying in town in the sweltering heat of summer. Every Friday he would make the train ride across the rivers and marshes from downtown to Tybee to stay with the family and to enjoy the cooling waters and breezes of the ocean.erosion has cursed this path over and over. As you travel this narrow trail, take in the glory of the saltwater marsh and the sights and sounds of all its shore birds. Look for red-winged blackbirds, Louisiana herons, cardinals, mocking birds, kingfishers, doves, gulls, terns, vultures, red tailed hawks, wrens, ruby crested kinglet, ibis, hawks, and wood storks (overhead),You will be so busy gazing at the Savannah River, that you won't mind the increasingly eroded bumps in the trail.
Take a bag to pick up trash that less sensitive folk may have left behind. If you exercise when the tides change, you'll benefit from the cool breezes off the river. This is a good lesson for the kids in erosion. Moreover, it's a wonderful lesson in how we can preserve our local history by repurposing as we learn first-hand about our delicate coastal environs. Enjoy the spirit of times gone by as you exercise your way to good health.
Safety Hint: Use your turn signals, well in advance of turning into and out of the west roadside entrance off 80. There's another entrance at the front of Fort Pulaski. Again, use your blinkers!
撰写日期:2013年7月9日
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