Lochloosa Wildlife Conservation Area Trail

Total Miles


28.96 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Lochloosa Wildlife Conservation Area Trail is a 4 mile trail through the Northwest portion of Lochloosa Wildlife Conservation Area. The trail is predominantly made of packed sand with a few small sections of loose sand. There are numerous water crossings that have water in them all the time with run off from the marsh surrounding the area and will be deep during and following rain. The trail is wide enough for full size vehicles and does not require 4WD, but high clearance is recommended during and after periods of heavy rain. Lochloosa Wildlife Conservation Area features numerous trails and a large lake for recreational enjoyment.Be aware that due to state rules, OHV's are not permitted in this area.


The trail is relatively easy with the only moderate features being water crossings. During periods of heavy rain, water crossings will be much deeper, but still fall under 1 foot.

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Access Description

Lochloosa Lake and Wildlife Conservation Area are 20 minutes southeast of Gainesville, FL.