CREW Marsh Trails

The CREW Marsh Trails hold five miles of interconnected loops that lead you through open pine flatwoods, into pop ash sloughs, sawgrass marshes and under shady oak hammocks. There are two boardwalks to help keep your feet dry and an observation tower so you can get a bird's eye view of the 5,000-acre Corkscrew marsh.

At the Marsh Trails you can hike, geocache, bird, walk your dog on a leash, and the peace and quiet of natural Florida. There is a primitive tent camping site 1.5 miles from Gate 3 near the Marsh Trails where you can camp.  A Special Use License (SUL) is required and available from the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD).

Directions to the CREW Marsh Trails:
Travel I-75 to exit 123 (Corkscrew Road). Travel 18 miles east on Corkscrew Road You will pass the Cypress Dome Trails. Go another 4 miles and you will see the CREW Marsh Trails on your right. Look for the brown trailhead signs.

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