Connecting People with the Land
Free access to 22 miles of trails across a 3,400 acre preserve, guided canoe trips on the beautiful Parkers Creek, regenerative farming that benefits a local food pantry. ACLT is dedicated to land conservation and to the community.
- Now through November 1, 2020: Challenge yourself with ACLT's Parkers Creek Challenge "Virtual Biathlon". It's just like the PCC Triathlon minus the paddling part - ride your bike 9 miles from the south side trailhead to St. Leonard Elementary and back, then run/hike a 4-mile route on the south side trails. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! See more details here.
- Saturday, October 3, 2020: Join the Friends of Hunting Creek for a FREE canoe/kayak trip up this beautiful creek. Learn the importance of caring for and preserving the creek and surrounding watershed. Launch sites available on north and south sides of the creek. Arrive by 3:45 p.m. for a prompt 4 p.m. launch. Space is limited, so register now using this link! For more information contact Bob Estes via email at email@example.com.
Guided Canoe Trips
Join Us for a Guided Canoe Trip up Beautiful Parkers Creek!
View details and schedule here. Space is limited - register early!
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South Side Trails:
Flint Trail is re-opened but still has debris from the tropical storm.
Swamp Trail is permanently closed.
North Side Trails:
- Double Oak Road Trail and a portion of the Griffin Trail are closed indefinitely to decrease the spread of invasive wavyleaf basketgrass. This species is native to Europe and Asia and detrimental to our ecosystem because it will outcompete native vegetation. Its sticky seeds are spread by attaching to hikers' boots and clothes as well as attaching to the fur of animals. Access to this trail is prohibited until the basketgrass stops seeding to reduce the spread of this plant and keep our forests as native as possible.
- PF2Bay Bridge #3 has been repaired.
- Horse Swamp Trail sustained damage in the recent hurricane but is passable.
North-South Trail/Parkers Creek Loop:
THE RAFT IS BACK & IN OPERATION! See details about its rescue here.