Alachua County to close Four Creeks Preserve temporarily

Four Creeks Preserve trailheads
The two trailheads for the Four Creek Preserve will be closed for a few days while the county completes regular maintenance on the property.
Courtesy of Alachua County

Road and trail maintenance will close the North and South Trailheads of Four Creeks Preserve for a few days starting on Monday, according to a press release. 
Alachua County estimated that the Four Creeks Preserve, which is managed by Alachua County Forever program, would be closed through July 19 as it completes regular maintenance. However, weather could affect the length of the closure. 

The Four Creeks North Trailhead is located at 8400 NW13th St. in Gainesville, and the South Trailhead is located at 6845 NW 37th St. In Gainesville. 

Closed signs will be posted on the trails, and people who ignore the signs could be cited for trespassing, according to the release. 

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The county recommends pedestrians and cyclists use the Turkey Creek Preserve trailhead at 6300 NW 93rd Ave. in Alachua while Four Creeks is closed. 

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