timucuan trail

Welcome to the Timucuan Trail State and National Parks. We are a partnership formed in 1999 between the National Park Service, the Florida Park Service and the City of Jacksonville. The partnership now includes the Nature Conservancy and manages approximately 84,000 acres of unspoiled natural Florida, helping to create one of the largest urban park systems in the nation.

As part of the Timucuan Trail State and National Parks partnership, the city, the state and National Park Service participate in the development of access and management plans, regardless of ownership. Lands jointly managed by the partnership encompass a dynamic coastline salt marsh/estuarine system of relatively natural, unimpaired areas within Jacksonville’s city limits.

This project received financial assistance from Visit Florida.