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Latest Trail Updates & Additions:

  • April 2021, new trail added - Courtney Campbell Trail (West Region)
    A Florida must-do. Popular 9.5 mile trail along the entire south side of the Courtney Campbell Causeway across Old Tampa Bay between Clearwater and Tampa. Totally off the road with scenic water views, a 45-foot bridge at about the midpoint is the highlight. Connecting trails at each end of the Causeway add many more miles of biking in Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties.
Florida Bike Trails, Courtney Campbell Trail

View from top of the bridge


  • February 2021, updates - Seminole State Forest (eco-biking and hiking, Central Region)
    An eco-biking favorite due to hard-packed roads, good signage and ecological diversity. We re-visited the 6.25 mile park road and added two biking loops, visiting several campgrounds. We hiked portions of the 7.5 miles of Florida National Scenic Trail that runs through the forest.
Florida Bike Trails, Seminole State Forest, eco-biking

Seminole State Forest


  • January 2021, new trail added - Goethe State Forest (eco-biking and hiking, North Region)
    Located between Dunnellon and Crystal River, the forest roads are open to bicycles but the many miles of multi-use trails are better suited to hiking and equestrian activities due to sand. The highlight is the Big Cypress Trail and Boardwalk leading to the Goethe Giant, a 900-year-old cypress - Florida's 7th largest.
Florida Bike Trails, Goethe State Forest, eco-biking

Goethe State Forest


  • January 2021, new trail added - Lake Norris Conservation Area (eco-biking and hiking, Central Region)
    Activities include hiking, biking, birdwatching, fishing, camping and paddling (access to Blackwater Creek and Lake Norris). The 5.5 mile Lake Norris Trail is multi-use for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. About 2.3 miles from the east trailhead is most bikeable, the remainder better for hiking or equestrian activities (except for the most hard-core mountain biker) due to sand.
Florida Bike Trails, Lake Norris Conservation Area, eco-biking

Lake Norris access


  • December 2020, new trail added - Myakka River State Park (eco-biking and hiking, West Region)
    This State Park near Sarasota is known for wildlife viewing. Biking on the 7-mile Park road, many miles of hiking trails. A highlight is the Canopy Walk, a walkway suspended 25 above ground through the hammmock to a 74-foot viewing tower.
Florida Bike Trails, Myakka River State Park, eco-biking

Canopy Walk


  • December 2020, trails added and updated - Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge (eco-biking, North Region)
    The Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge covers 53,000 acres with diverse activities including eco-hiking and biking.
    New areas visited were:
    - The Nature Drive - 9 mile limestone road suitable for biking, includes diverse habitat and wildlife.
    - River Trail Loop - 3/4 mile hike with a boardwalk to the Suwannee River - the only trail in the Refuge actually going to the River.
    Areas we revisited:
    - Dixie Mainline Trail - 9 mile unpaved trail (an old logging railbed) used by bikes and cars. Several scenic creek crossings.
    - Shell Mound - Archaeological site dating from 1,800-400 years ago. 1/2 mile hiking trail to the Mound with scenic views from the top.
Florida Bike Trails, Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge, eco-biking

Nature Drive


  • December 2020, new trail added - Lake Louisa State Park (eco-biking, Central Region)
    This is one of the best Florida State Parks for biking - 7-miles of paved Park road with bike lanes both sides, making biking very popular (often more bicycles than cars). Plus 20 miles of off-road trails for eco-biking or hiking.
Florida Bike Trails, Lake Louisa State Park, eco-biking

Bike lanes are a bonus


  • December 2020, new trail added - Wekiva Springs State Park (eco-biking, Central Region)
    State Park near Orlando is best known for swimming and snorkeling at Wekiva Spring. Biking on Park roads plus 7.8 miles of off-road biking.
Florida Bike Trails, Wekiva Springs State Park, eco-biking

Wekiva Springs State Park


  • November 2020, updates - East Central Regional Rail Trail (a Top 10 trail, Central Region and East Region)
    (1) Noted recent progress on the 3.5 mile trail "gap" between Guise Road and Gobblers Lodge Trailhead. When done, cyclists can ride between Titusville and Orlando without break, which will be the longest uninterrupted section of the Florida Coast to Coast Trail. Stay tuned.
    (2) Visited a new trailhead in Titusville at Draa Park. Once a high school stadium, it's is now an artificial wetlands with many birds. Located just north of the trail bridge over SR 406 in Titusville.
Florida Bike Trails, East Central Regional Rail Trail, gap construction

Gap construction


  • November 2020, new trail added - Inglis Dam Recreation Area (eco-biking, North Region)
    This State Recreation Area now includes a 3.5 mile paved trail along with 7.5 miles of unpaved grass trail for eco-biking or hiking. Part of the Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway.

Florida Bike Trails, Inglis Dam Recreation Area, eco-biking

Inglis Dam Recreation Area


  • November 2020, update - Withlacoochee State Trail (a Top 10 Trail, West Region)
    In Inverness, FL, upgrades to the lakeside "Depot District" are complete. The Trail is re-inventing Inverness.
Florida Bike Trails, Withlacoochee State Trail, Inverness

Welcome to Inverness!


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