Ribault River

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Ribault River is a tributary of the Trout River. It is located entirely in Jacksonville, Florida. The river is named after Jean Ribault, a French naval officer. The river's headwaters are near Old Kings Road at an elevation of 7 feet (2.1 m) above sea level. The river cuts through the forest floor near its source, that portion of the river being classified as a creek. The river flows northward, as does the St. Johns River and many of the other tributaries of the Trout River. The river is 6.4 miles (10.3 km) long.[1]

Crossings[edit]

This is a list of bridges that cross the Ribault River, starting at the river's source.

Bridge Route Location Coordinates
Amtrak bridge Jacksonville 30°22′25″N 81°43′57″W / 30.37361°N 81.73250°W / 30.37361; -81.73250
US 1.svg US 23.svg US 1/US 23 Jacksonville 30°22′31″N 81°43′36″W / 30.37528°N 81.72667°W / 30.37528; -81.72667
West Moncrief Road. Jacksonville 30°23′21″N 81°43′12″W / 30.38917°N 81.72000°W / 30.38917; -81.72000
Ribault Scenic Road Jacksonville 30°23′37″N 81°42′47″W / 30.39361°N 81.71306°W / 30.39361; -81.71306
Florida 115.svg Lem Turner Boulevard. Jacksonville 30°23′45″N 81°40′58″W / 30.39583°N 81.68278°W / 30.39583; -81.68278

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References[edit]

  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed April 21, 2011