The PARC Group is expanding the Greenway Trails, a popular network of natural and paved paths that span over 5,000 acres of parks and preserves. This expansion will enhance residents’ accessibility, recreation and ability to enjoy Northeast Florida’s natural landscape.
Nocatee’s Greenway Trails also encourage residents to enjoy the natural landscape. The multi-use trails are ideal for biking, jogging, and EV transportation. Along with the paved, electric vehicle-friendly paths, unpaved natural paths offer residents the chance to observe preserved wildlife and wetlands. More excitingly, the trail system is EV approved and will connect all Nocatee neighborhoods to the shopping and dining available at the Nocatee Town Center.
The Nocatee Blog cites the two areas that will feature the most concentrated trail expansion efforts:
“First, a new path along the east side of Crosswater Parkway will provide residents of Del Webb Ponte Vedra, Coastal Oaks and Twenty Mile with direct access the Town Center and centralized amenities. This expansion will also complete the connection between Town Center and Davis Park.
Second, a new trail will connect the communities of Cypress Trails, Brookwood, Kelly Pointe, The Palms and The Villas to the Town Center via a trail under Nocatee Parkway at the county line.”
The Greenway Trails expansion will start by the end of this year and be completed by Summer 2016. More than 60 percent of Nocatee's real estate has been set aside by The PARC Group and designated permanent preserves, never to be developed. For more information on the Greenway Trails, visit Nocatee.com.