This is one of only a few trails I've biked which had highway-type speed limit signs as seen here, probably because it is maintained by the Florida Department of Transportation, which also explains the railroad crossing gates and flashing lights seen two photos below at a railroad crossing.
West of Helsema Road, signs warn of a nearby gun club, and I heard some gunfire in that area. A new motorcross area is also passed by the trail and you can stop and watch the motor bikes jumping huge mounds of earth. Porta-potties are located in the trailhead lots at each end, and another midway at the Camp Milton Historic Preserve. The old railroad station might also have washrooms.
This rest stop/washroom facility is a nice stopping point, but it also signals that you are at the historic Camp Milton site.
This long boardwalk gets you from the washroom/rest stop to Camp Milton. Take this side tour and learn about how the Civil War impacted Florida.