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Creek Path - examples of local signs

This page fills in the Creek Path signs defined on the Creek Path page. The style is not consistent since these are suggestions. Here is a collection of some other local signs.


Suggested trailhead signage These signs inform drivers entering Hwy. 331 from N Greenway Trail between the creek and the high school. Maybe another sign should say, "DON'T READ SIGNS AND DRIVE". Would another sign for the Creek Path be appropriate or even seen? After the right turn and past the bridge, sign 13 is OK.


Beware of Alligators This sign is on the Creek Path south of S Greenway Trail.

South end of the Creek Path This type of street sign is used throughout south Walton County.

Creek Path entry to south endThis sign is on Hwy. 395 and warns people on the bike path.

Access from parking lot near Chamber of Commerce This sign on SR 283 warns drivers that hikers might be crossing the roadway. The pedestrians would be on the Greenleaf Trail through Pt. Washington State Forest.

Access to the north End of the Creek PathThe Longleaf Pine Greenway Trail extends east and west across Pt. Washington Forest.

Creek Path entry to north endThis sign marks a trail starting not far south of the trailhead for Eastern Lake Trail, extending from Hwy. 395 South end of the Creek Pathwest into Pt. Washington State Forest.


See a Google map of the path, existing locations, and proposed signs. See 3-minute movie. See the Walton Outdoors article with photos, "Explore the Creek Trail in Santa Rosa Beach". Back to the Creek Path.

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