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Pellicer Creek Canoe Trail
The Pellicer Creek Canoe Trail is officially designated as part of Florida’s Statewide System of Greenways and Trails. This four mile trail winds through tidal marsh. Along the creek, you can often see wading birds, waterfowl, alligator, otter and raccoon. Bald eagles’ nests are in this area. The current is slow enough that you can paddle upstream to make a round trip if you do not want to shuttle. The trail ends at Faver-Dykes State Park, a biologically rich area where you can experience a wilderness landscape.

Major Activities: paddling

Counties: Flagler, St. Johns
Mileage: 4
Skill Level: Beginner
Difficulty: Easy
Usual Current: Slow (0-1 mph)

Notes and Precautions
Pellicer Creek is influenced by tides and coastal winds. Expect a small fee for launching at US 1 and for parking at the state park. Some motor traffic is in the park area.

Access
1. Faver-Dykes State Park – Off US 1 on Faver-Dykes Road. (4 miles)