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Cross Florida Greenway - Inglis Island Trails

 About Cross Florida Greenway - Inglis Island Trails

View of Inglis Island and marshy waters near the west end of the Cross Florida Greenway. Photo by John Moran.

A NOTE FROM THE MANAGER

Access to the island and equestrian parking area is gate-locked. Trail users must call the Cross Florida Greenway’s West Inglis Lock Office in advance of arrival date: (352) 447-1720, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Trails on the island are primarily an unpaved surface and are shared by hikers, bikers and equestrians. Please follow appropriate trail etiquette for multi-use trails: Cyclists and hikers must yield to horses and cyclists must yield to hikers. When encountering horses, slow down, announce your presence with a friendly greeting, avoid sudden movements or sounds and follow directions from the rider.

GETTING HERE

Inglis Dam Recreation Area
From Crystal River, head north on U.S. 19/98 approximately five miles until you reach W Riverwood Drive. Take a right and follow W. Riverwood Drive to the Inglis Dam Recreation Area.<br><br>
From Inglis, head south on U.S. 19/98 approximately half mile past the barge canal bridge to Cornflower Drive (left hand side of road). Take a left and follow to W. Riverwood Drive. Take another left and follow W. Riverwood Drive to Inglis Dam Recreation Area.

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PET POLICY

  • Florida State Parks Pet Policy
  • Well-behaved dogs and cats are allowed on the Greenway with a maximum six-foot, hand-held leash. Owners must clean up after the animals as needed.