Long Distance Multi-use Land Corridors

Map of the Northeast Coast Connector Map of the Heart of Florida Loop Map of the St. Johns River to Sea Loop Map of the East Coast Greenway Map of the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail Map of the River of Grass Greenway Map of the Great Northwest Florida Coastal Trail Corridor Map of the Capital City to Sea Trails Map of the Original Florida Corridor Map of Northeast Florida Loop Go to the Florida Parks Service Main Page Learn more about the Florida Greenways and Trails System Plan Learn More about the Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation Map of the Coast to Coast Connector Map of the Southwest Coast Connector Map of the Southwest Coast Connector Map of the Coast to Coast Connector Map of the long distance land multi-use corridors located within the Florida Greenways and Trails System

 

  

 

The Florida Greenways and Trails System Plan provides a framework to develop a statewide connected network of non-motorized trails. The system consists of local, regional, state and federal trails, bridging gaps between communities and serving as a driver for recreation, transportation, economy, health, tourism, and conservation.

The Office of Greenways and Trails works with many public and private partners to ensure connectivity from one trail to another. This map illustrates some of the possible long distance corridors that either have an identity as the result of local desire, or have the potential to become a trail as part of the 2013 to 2017 Florida Greenways and Trails System Priority Network.

While this page is dedicated to the planning of paved multi-use trails, the Office of Greenways and Trails also promotes the use of paddling and unpaved land trails. Using the Online Trail Guide, users can find a comprehensive guide of local land and water trails with over 400 locations to explore throughout Florida. The Statewide Paddling Trail Guide and Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail Guide highlight the state designated paddling trails. And, in addition to the Office of Greenways and Trails website, check out the websites of our many partners by clicking on this page.

For more information on the Long Distance Corridors, Please email Brian Ruscher (Brian.Ruscher@dep.state.fl.us) with the Office of Greenways and Trails or click on the map above to view detailed information on the specific trail projects.

 

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