• Bluegill Trail

  • Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Multiuse Trail

  • Jesup Trail

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All Portions of Bluegill Trail South of Riverbend Have ReOpened

What Is Jeaga Wildways? 

Formerly known as NENA, Jeaga Wildways is a system of four multi-use trails that connect these public lands, creating a recreation resource larger than 25 of the 59 National Parks!

 

Who Were the Jeaga?

The Jeagas (pronounced HAY-ga) were a Native American tribe that lived along the Wild & Scenic Loxahatchee River. Much of that land has been preserved, a staggering 165,000 acres.

Jeaga Wildways Links

History
Places
Photos
Video

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 Connector Trails

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Five trails connect everything together within the Jeaga system!   These trails are in varying design and development stages.  

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pdf iconJesup
pdf iconPântano
pdf iconBluegill
pdf iconEverglades Rim

 Interactive Map

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Clickpdf iconhere for an interactive map to see all of Jeaga system's Places and Trails.

 Spotlight

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Riverbend Park       

The Hub of Jeaga Wildways

The main trails all converge at Riverbend in Jupiter making it easy to park and explore a trail!  For more information on Riverbend, click link icon here