In Our Top 10
East Central Regional Rail Trail (also Central Florida)
Trails Overview Map... East Region
11 First-hand Reports... including beach biking, eco-biking and hiking
Brevard Zoo Linear Park - A 3 mile (one-way) trail from the Brevard Zoo parking area through wetlands and oak hammock. The first section runs on a mostly shaded Boardwalk, while the second section is asphalt and less shaded. Shared with walkers and joggers.
Chain of Lakes Park - A 3 mile paved trail criss-crosses the park, a 92-acre man-made stormwater filtration project. The wetlands and lakes are a haven for wildlife.
East Central Regional Rail Trail - A Top 10 Florida trail - 47 miles complete, 50.5 when complete. The trail extends from Enterprise to Titusville and Edgewater with just one gap remaining.
Flagler County Trail - The roadside trail runs along A1A from the northern county line at Marineland through Palm Coast to the southern county line at Flagler Beach, about 19 miles.
Halifax River Trail - A riverside path running south about 4.5 miles along S. Beach St. and Riverside Drive from Ormond Beach through Holly Hill to Daytona Beach.
Historic Jungle Trail - An 8-mile sandy road paralleling A1A on Orchid Island - a barrier island along the Indian River north of Vero Beach. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, it was originally built in the 1920's so citrus growers could move their produce.
Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge - a Florida eco-biking destination. Established in 1963 as part of the development of Canaveral (John F. Kennedy) Space Center. The dike roads are unpaved and may be shared with cars, but great for wildlife viewing and bird watching.
New Smyrna Beach - A favorite among many Orlando area residents - great for beach biking (at low tide), also paved trail options in town.
Ormond Scenic Loop - A designated Florida Scenic Highway), the 30+ mile route with varied scenery has biking on and along the road, providing access to several state, county and city parks, historic sites, and beaches.
Sweetheart Trail - 4.5 miles from Sickler Park to Beville Rd., on a route that includes both multi-use trail and sidewalks. The most pleasant section is along Riverfront Park, where the trail parallels the city's downtown with access to shops and restaurants.
Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area - a Florida eco-biking destination. The area is located along the St. Johns River in Christmas (east of Orlando). About 22 miles of mostly hard-packed roads within the WMA are bikeable for fat-tire bikes.
Also visit us on water: Paddling in Central Florida
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