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Office of Greenways and Trails

Two equestrians and a biker at the Land Bridge on the Cross Florida Greenway

The Office of Greenways and Trails  (OGT), within the Division of Recreation & Parks, provides statewide leadership and coordination to establish, expand and promote hiking, biking, paddling, equestrian and multi-use trails that make up the Florida Greenways and Trails System, pursuant to the Florida Greenways and Trails Act (Ch. 260, Florida Statutes). More on the office can be found in this Office Overview. For information about all land and water trails, see our interactive Online Trail Guide which features more than 1,300 existing trails. For paddling guides and maps, access our pages for the Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail and Florida's Designated Paddling Trails

OGT has updated its 2018-2022 Opportunity and Priority Trail Maps. The maps can be viewed on this page. The maps were approved at the January 11, 2018, Florida Greenways and Trails Council meeting in Tallahassee with some amendments. Also at the meeting, Dunedin was designated as Florida's first trail town under a new program coordinated by OGT.

Unpaved Non-Motorized Trail Guidelines, established by OGT and the Florida Greenways and Trails Council, are now available for downloading online in pdf format. Also, check out this new Trail Design Standards Infogram and 2018 Trail Economic Infogram.

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