Julington-Durbin Creek Preserve

13130 Bartram Park Blvd
Jacksonville
FL 32223

Julington-Durbin Creek Preserve

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Uniquely located on a peninsula formed at the confluence of Julington and Durbin Creeks, the Julington Durbin Preserve provides visitors with several natural communities ranging from sandhill in higher middle regions to the lower flatwood communities, to lush floodplain swamp and marshes. The difference in habitat creates opportunities to view an assortment flora and fauna along the various marked unpaved hiking and equestrian trails.

Julington Durbin Preserve's nine miles of shoreline offers visitors beautiful scenic views of both Julington and Durbin creeks. The creek, swamp and marsh areas offer excellent wildlife viewing opportunities. Visitors can enjoy nature by walking, biking or horseback riding.

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