Durbin Creek, a tributary of the St. Johns River, is shaded by a canopy of cypress trees and ancient live oaks. The sounds of the forest engulf you as you glide through the black water hearing woodpeckers boring into sweet gums and the calls of hawks echoing through the winding river. The forest in this part of Jacksonville is enchanting and feels ancient, with 5,000 years of human trials and tribulations woven into the landscape. This fresh water ecosystem has been attracting naturalists and poets for 200 years.
4936 Race Track Road, Jacksonville, FL, 32259