Women walking along the trails and pathways at SweetBayWomen walking along the trails and pathways at SweetBay

Trails and Pathways

Part Neighborhood, Part Nature Preserve.

Escape from it all, and be back in time for lunch. Just a short walk, bike or golf cart ride away, SweetBay’s trails have the feel of a state park, where you might casually glimpse blue herons or a bald eagle in their natural habitat.

Connecting a Community

Currently home to more than three miles of trails and boardwalks, the network of paths will only continue to grow. As SweetBay expands, no home will be far from the stunning green spaces—whether it’s a walk through the park to the grocery store or a stroll along the bay with your neighbors.

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Women doing yoga along the trails and pathways at SweetBay

SWEETBAY RESIDENT SPOTLIGHTS

JACLYN SHETUNI

Jaclyn, a young mother whose family recently relocated to SweetBay, enjoys the parks and trails on a daily basis.

“It’s so convenient to leave the house and walk to the playground or go to the pool with my little ones. It’s scenic and it’s nice to see our friendly neighbors at the parks or on the trails. Our favorite is taking a walk while enjoying the beautiful sunset.”
“We can just get out and go. I don’t have to load up the kids in the car and go to the pool or park. It’s already right there down the street.”

CHRIS GEE

Chris, a Tech Sergeant at nearby Tyndall Air Force Base, enjoys biking with his family and the proximity to the base.

“Neighbors are always looking out for each other. After the hurricane, neighbors were helping each other. It feels great to be in a community like SweetBay.”
“We like to ride our bikes out to watch the sunset. It’s a great workout and very peaceful.”