Located on a peninsula, Julington-Durbin Creek Preserve offers visitors the ability to see a variety of natural communities, as well as Florida wildlife, including bald eagles! Floodplain swamp and marsh run alongside the shores; floodplain wetlands help support both the creek and our beautiful St. Johns River. You may be able to spot wildlife, inclduing ospreys, gopher tortoises, bobcats, and deer. Manatees have also been spotted during certain seasons. Bring your family and go for a hike, bring a picnic, or even go horseback riding! With nine miles of shoreline, Julington-Durbin Creek Preserve is sure to fascinate you with diverse wildlife and recreational activities. Fishing is also allowed, for any avid fishermen.
Benches, Parking, Bike Trail, Hiking Trail, Picnic Tables, Equestrian Trail, Trash Barrels