PGB - Rock Springs Run SR

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JAN 21 2012 -- Thanks to all the volunteers who showed up to Rock Springs Run State Reserve on Saturday. A lot of work was done cutting logs and clearing trails. We are looking forward to another day out the near future to do even more. It takes the help of volunteers to keep our trails nice so thanks again to everyone who took the time.


PGB Rock Springs Run Volunteers 


Come out for a Pangea Gives Back (PBG) trail clearing this Saturday at Rock Springs Run State Reserve in Sorrento, FL. Check out the Facebook event page for more info.

Dennis Wagner from BearBait I is organizing this event. If you are interested in helping out or want more info, email him at

The three hour event from 9am till noon will help to clear overgrowth on the multi-use hiking and biking white blazed trail. Gloves, loppers, pruners and other needed hand tools will be provided. Long pants, glasses, sturdy shoes/boots are required for basic safety.

There are so many great trails in Florida that would benefit from just a little care. A nice day outside volunteering helps many people better enjoy these spots.

Entrance fee into the park is waived and a Pangea t-shirt will be provided. Meet at Parking Lot #3, at the end of CR 433 (the paved road leading into the reserve).

More detailed directions:

Rock Springs Run State Reserve is located in Sorrento, approximately 30 miles north of Orlando. From Interstate 4, take Exit 101C and travel west on State Road 46 for approximately 7.5 miles to the park entrance located at the beginning of County Road 433 (County Road 433 is not marked-it begins at the entrance to the park; The park entrance will be on the left if traveling from Interstate 4 and is framed by a very tall chain link fence. The park entrance is approximately 2.5 miles west of the Wekiva River bridge on State Road 46. 

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Comment by John | January 26, 2012

Like it man.

Comment by Dark Matter | March 1, 2012

Word from the trail is our PGB volunteers did more than first thought and Dennis, with a little more pruning, says the trail is clear. Go biking or hiking in Rock Springs Run State Reserve. Great effort Dennis and everyone.

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