Wildlife cameras on the bridge, monitored by staff, have captured photos of numerous crossings of the bridge by bobcats, coyote, wild turkey and even Florida black bears.
This primary trailhead was developed to provide access to the I-75 Landbridge. The structure, which is 52 feet wide by 200 feet long, follows a natural ridge over 100 feet in elevation to minimize ecological damage. The planters on both sides of the bridge are vegetated with plants native to the surrounding area. The walls were built from local fieldstone.
The trailhead is located approximately 1.4 miles east of the Landbri