Pictured here is Jean Quincy and her daughter, Lynn Reynolds. Jean is 97 and rides her bike along the St. Marks Trail everyday! Jean says she attributes her youthful disposition to riding the trail daily! Both Jean and Lynn said they are excited to add the U.S. 98 Coastal Trail to their riding route once constructed!
What a wonderful example of how shared-use paths can be enjoyed by all!
Trout Pond is an accessible destination in the Apalachicola National Forest for hikers, bicyclists, fishermen, and equestrians. This destination is also an intrinsic resource on the Big Bend Scenic Byway. Read this Tale to learn more about Trout Pond.
Dawn on a Big Bend Marsh, Big Bend Scenic Byway, FL. Credit: Diane Delaney
The Big Bend Scenic Byway will transport you to a different time and place through its wildlife, waterways, woods, and way of life. Learn more about how the Big Bend Scenic Byway and the Capital City to the Sea Trails project relate here.