Length: 37.7 miles (linear)
The thru trail follows the west side of Bull Creek along the old railroad grade. Ties and hardware remain along the route. Pines in the northeast corner of the property still have “catfaces” (areas on trees where iron gutters were attached to harvest the pitch). Additional trailside history includes a small cemetery in Bull Creek, flow wells, and the remains of a turpentine still and sawmill. Today, the property is managed jointly by St. Johns River Water Management District and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for flood water retention, wildlife management, and public recreational use.
At the south end the trail passes through the Allen Broussard Conservancy a private nature conservancy. Hikers have the opportunity of viewing sandhill cranes and wood storks along with cattle. A campsite on the property offers a rare shower. Further north, the trail passes through the Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area. In the past, this area was used for grazing, timbering, and the production of naval stores. A system of rail and tram roads for logging was established during the early 20th century.