North South Spur Road - Four Creeks State Forest

Total Miles
0.2

Elevation

2.46 ft

Duration

0.1 Hours

Technical Rating

4

Moderate

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

North South Spur Road is a short trail designated in the Four Creek State Forest. It is one of many spurs off the main road in the state forest. This trail frequently overflows from the creeks around it and makes for a quick and fun adventure through the water. The water is 12-14" deep in most places. Good all-terrain or mud tires and 4wd are recommended as the bottom of the water hole area is soft silt from the creek. OHVs are not allowed except for 3 Florida State Forests. According to the state forest ranger, as long as vehicles stay on designated roads, they can explore anywhere within the state forest. OHVs are not allowed except for 3 Florida State Forests. According to the state forest ranger, as long as vehicles stay on designated roads, they can explore anywhere within the state forest.

Photos of North South Spur Road - Four Creeks State Forest

North South Spur Road - Four Creeks State Forest
North South Spur Road - Four Creeks State Forest
North South Spur Road - Four Creeks State Forest

Difficulty

Large water hole with sand and silt bottom. Road is one vehicle wide.

Technical Rating

4

Status Reports

Nick Breines
Jun 26, 2023
4x4
Open
Normal

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