HIKE • BIKE • RUN • HORSEBACK • PADDLE
Ocean To Lake Greenway
Feb. 20, 21, 22 2015
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The Northeast Everglades Trails Association (NETA) is a shared use trail association. We welcome responsible hikers, bicycle riders, horseback riders, paddlers, and other passive trail users.
Our focus is to:
- Get people on trails! We have hikes, off-road bicycle rides, horseback rides and trail activities throughout the year, including the Annual Ocean To Lake Greenway Celebration – an exciting shared-use trail experience. Trail events occur year-round.
- Build partnerships with our land managers! Our public lands are managed by skilled professionals and we provide input and volunteer help to create engaging recreational opportunities. We assist our government partners by helping to establish and maintain trails.
- Educate the public! We want everyone to know how amazing our natural lands and parks are – once you know about them, we know you’ll fight to keep them. Our outdoor experiences include sessions on trail etiquette with multiple types of users, trail safety, and information on local plants and animals.
Pantano Trail Update
Attention NENA Stakeholders,
Palm Beach County through its Department of Environmental Resources Management is excited to announce construction of a new NENA Trail! It has initiated improvement activities on P�ntano Trail, a 10-mile long multiuse trail within the Northeast Everglades Natural Area (NENA). Construction will occur on 5.5 miles of the trail from Riverbend Park in Jupiter south along the western canal bank of the C-18 Canal and west along the northern canal bank of the C-18W Canal through Loxahatchee Slough Natural Area. Access onto P�ntano Trail from Riverbend Park and from trails within Loxahatchee Slough will be closed to the public during construction. Signs will be posted when trail access is closed. Construction is expected to be completed by June 2014. Access to Riverbend Park from Bluegill Trail is currently closed and will be reopened next month.
Improvements will include a hardened surface for cyclists and hikers, shade shelter, bike racks at trailheads to the Loxhatchee Slough Natural Area, way-finding signage, and equestrian hand pump water well.
This will be the third NENA trail project constructed in Palm Beach County. NENA is a collection of conservation lands (165,000 acres) as well as activity and education centers in northern Palm Beach County and southern Martin County that provides residents and visitors with a wide range of nature-based outdoor recreational opportunities.
For more information about the project and NENA, please visit www.pbcgov.org/erm/nena. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Department at 561-233-2400.
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Off-Road Bikers Ready to Roll - 2011 OTL
Hobe Grove Canal Crossing - 2010 OTL
Multi-Use / Shared Trails - 2010 OTL
NETA Loxahatchee River Kayak Trip
NETA Trail Hike 2009
2011 OTL Horse Trailer
2011 OTL Event Photo
2011 OTL Event Photo
2011 OTL (100 Horses Cross the Road)
2011 OTL - Bicycle Shuttle Service
Riding Through the Tunnel