On a glorious 78 degree day in late December, I hiked several miles at FLSP. I have enjoyed the Park many times, the hiking trails are scenic and well maintained, although 2 trails are susceptible to washing out due to rain or high tide; Osmanthus and Osprey. Both are wonderful trails, just check with staff at the Visitor Center for trail conditions. I walked parts of several trails including one of my favorites, Long Creek Trail. Much of Long Creek Trail follows scenic waterways, has trees draped with Spanish Moss, and is just far enough from the main Cape Henry Trail to afford senerity. LCT is mostly on high ground so the views are nice. Osprey intersects with LCT and runs low along the sandy shoreline. LCT can be reached at either end of the Park; Shore Dr via Cape Henry and other connecting trails, or 64th St LCT entrance/exit is almost halfway between front parking area and boat ramp but there is a small parking area near the LCT trailhead.
If you are visiting the oceanfront, FLSP is very convenient and offers a great change of pace and nice spot for picnic and hike or bike.
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