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FNST Trail Classes 1-5. Trail Classes are general categories reflecting development scale, arranged along a continuum with no hard and fast lines drawn between the classes. Jackson Trail, Blackwater SF. Trail Class 1. Santa Rosa Dunes. Bradwell Bay, Apalachicola NF.

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FNST

Trail Classes 1-5

Trail Classes are general categories reflecting development scale, arranged along a continuum with no hard and fast lines drawn between the classes.

Jackson Trail, Blackwater SF

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Trail Class 1

Santa Rosa Dunes

Bradwell Bay, Apalachicola NF

Tread: Intermittent and indistinct

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Trail Class 1

Apalachicola NF

Juniper Wilderness, Ocala NF

Constructed Features: Minimal to non-existent

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Trail Class 1

Big Cypress Preserve

Juniper Wilderness, Ocala NF

Signs: Route identification signing limited to junctions. Route markers present when trail location is not evident.

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Trail Class 1

Bradwell Bay, Apalachicola NF

Typical Environs: Natural, unmodified setting with low to no human impact on the environment.

Typical Rec Experience: Requires advanced planning and a great degree of self sufficiency.

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Trail Class 2

Ocala NF

Blackwater SF

Tread: Continuous and discernible, but narrow.

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Trail Class 2

Apalachicola NF

Constructed Features: Limited size, scale, and quantity

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Trail Class 2

Ocala NF

Pine Log SF

Signs: Route identification signing limited to junctions. Route markers present when trail location is not evident.

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Trail Class 2

Suwannee

Typical Environs: Natural appearing environment, essentially unmodified setting with nominal site controls or landscape alterations.

Typical Rec Experience: Natural characteristics and recreation experience similar to Class 1 but more moderately challenging.

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Trail Class 3

Eglin

Cross Florida Greenway

Tread: Continuous and obvious.

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Trail Class 3

Eglin

Osceola NF

Constructed Features: Walls, steps, drainage, raised trail may be common and substantial

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Trail Class 3

Apalachicola NF

Cross Florida Greenway

Signs: Route identification signing at junctions. Route markers as needed. Destination signing likely outside of wilderness.

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Trail Class 3

Apalachicola NF

Typical Environs: Semi-natural environment with visible human impacts or manipulated landscapes.

Typical Rec Experience: Requires some preparation and self sufficiency. Users may find directional signing and interpretation of key local spots.

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Trail Class 4

St Marks Wildlife Refuge

Lake Okeechobee – Western side

Tread: Wide and relatively smooth, with few irregularities.

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Trail Class 4

Gulf Island National Seashore

Rice Creek Conservation Area

Constructed Features: Frequent and substantial. Trailside amenities may be present.

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Trail Class 4

Gulf Island National Seashore

Apalachicola NF

Signs: Wide variety of signs likely present, informational signs likely, interpretive signs possible.

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Trail Class 4

Palatka Lake Butler Rail Trail

Typical Environs: Semi-natural environmentwhich is culturally modified yet attractive.

Typical Rec Experience: Similar to Class 3 but with more developed infrastructure and access to services.

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Trail Class 5

Cross Seminole Trail

Lake Okeechobee

Tread: Wide, firm, stable, and generally uniform. Commonly hardened with asphalt or other imported material.

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Trail Class 5

St Marks Rail Trail

Palatka Lake Butler Rail Trail

Constructed Features: Frequent or continuous; may include bridges, boardwalks, curbs, handrails, trailside amenities, and similar features.

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Trail Class 5

Cross Seminole Trail

Signs: Wide variety of signs present, information, and interpretive signs common.

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Trail Class 5

St Marks Rail-Trail

Typical Environs: Highly modified, potentially urban environments where vegetation is often planted and maintained.

Typical Rec Experience: Requires little to no self sufficiency. Users can expect a high level of infrastructure and multiple uses.