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The Fuller Warren Shared Use Path provides a route for pedestrians and bicyclists to safely cross the St. Johns River between Riverside and San Marco in Jacksonville, Florida.
Running along the southside of the Fuller Warren Bridge, the 0.9-mile multiuse path is separated from traffic by fencing. The path is 12-feet-wide, split into two 6-foot-wide lanes, and is paved with concrete. The route also features lighting and multiple lookout areas offering spectacular views of the river.
The Fuller Warren Shared Use Path serves as a vital transportation link for the surrounding communities, providing a safe and efficient route for pedestrians and bicyclists to cross between Riverside and San Marco.
Riverside and San Marco both have plenty of shopping and dining options, as well as a variety of attractions and recreational opportunities. In Riverside, check out the Cummer Museum of Arts and Gardens, Riverside Park, and Memorial Park. In San Marco, explore Riverfront Park, MOSH (Museum Of Science & History), and San Marco Square.
At its western end in Riverside, the path connects to the Northbank Riverwalk.
Access the path from either end of the bridge. In Riverside, access the path from via a ramp on Riverside Avenue under the bridge and across the street from the parking lot where the Riverside Arts Market is held. There is free public parking available in the Riverside Arts Market parking lot.
In San Marco, access the path from the sidewalk next to the river behind Nemours Children’s Hospital. There is paid public parking near the entrance to the path.
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