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Online Trail Guide

Office of Greenways and Trails Online Trail Guide

The map below includes links to information on over 1,300 existing recreational trails located in the state of Florida. An existing recreational trail is defined as a paved or unpaved trail for hiking, biking, equestrian, multiple use, paddling, or motorized use (All Terrain Vehicles, Off Highway Motorized Vehicles, Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles) which are open to the public. This does not include on-road bike lanes or sidewalks.

 

A larger version of this map can be accessed here. To get started, simply click and drag to your desired location in the map. You can zoom in/out using the +/- buttons in the upper left-hand corner of the map window. If you are interested in discovering trails in a certain area, use the search bar in the upper right-hand corner of this map window to search by places such as cities, counties or major geographic features. Clicking on a trail feature in this map will reveal an external link to more information on that feature. 

The features appearing in this map are compiled from local, state, federal and private agencies and organizations. Please contact Daniel Diaz if you would like to have a trail included in this guide.

Please note: We are not responsible for trail information presented on non-DEP websites.

Here are links to Florida trails more than 500 miles in length:
Florida National Scenic Trail
Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail
East Coast Greenway

Other long-distance trail projects (also check state trails and greenways link):
Florida Coast to Coast Trail

St. Johns  River-to-Sea Loop

Capital City to the Sea Trails

Here are helpful links to recreation opportunities on Florida’s public lands:
Florida Bike Touring and State Trail Camping Options
Florida State Parks
State Managed Trails and Greenways
Wildlife Management Areas
Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trail
Florida Forest Service
Water Management Districts
National Forests
National Wildlife Refuges

Other Resources

Links to Florida Park and Recreation Agencies

TrailLink (Rails-to-Trails Conservancy) for paved bike trail information in the state

Guide to Florida's Top Equestrian Trails, Visit Florida

Guide to Florida's Top Hiking Trails, Visit Florida

Guide to Florida's Top Paddling Trails, Visit Florida

Guide to Florida's Top Bicycle Trails, Visit Florida

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Last Modified:
July 6, 2018 - 10:17am

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