Timucuan Trail project to link Duval and Nassau Counties

The cover of the Florida Times Union on January 11th featured a story by Dan Scanlan (link here) on the Timucuan Trail project, which is an on-going bike / walking path project that is currently underway along Heckscher Drive / A1A. The project will span Duval and Nassau counties, connecting Hanna Park in Mayport to Peters Point Beachfront Park on Amelia Island. Connection over the river will be via the St. Johns River Ferry. The trail connects and highlights Jacksonville’s beautiful and natural scenery, including state, federal and city parks. The trail will allow bikers and walkers access to Big and Little Talbot Island State Parks, Amelia Island State Park, Fort George and Kingsley Plantation (part of the Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve) and COJ’s Hugenot and Hanna Park’s. Colliers has several properties for sale that will benefit from the project. Contact Ernie Saltmarsh for more information on these opportunities.

About Ernie Saltmarsh

Ernie works for Colliers International in the Northeast Florida Investment Services Group. The team includes Robert Selton, Scott Rogers, Ernie Saltmarsh and Adrienne Miller. Ernie works with buyers who are looking to invest in commercial real estate and sellers who are looking to dispose of investment assets. Ernie's background in research, marketing and finance provide the vital skills necessary to serve his clients.

Posted on January 15, 2015, in Hotel-Restaurant-Tourism, Nassau County, The Florida Times-Union and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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