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Greenways and Trails Online Trail Guide



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Northwest Florida Paddling Trails Northwest Florida Land Trails Northeast Florida Paddling Trails Northeast Florida Land Trails Southwest Florida Paddling Trails Southwest Florida Land Trails Central Florida Paddling Trails Central Florida Land Trails Click the small icons for each region to view either land or paddling trails
                                       

Welcome to the Office of Greenways and Trails online trails website. Our goal is to list all hiking, biking, equestrian, multi-use and paddling trails that are at least two miles in length and which have web links to trail descriptions and maps.


The trails are divided into five regions: Northwest, Northeast, Central, Southwest and Southeast. To get started, simply click on either the paddling or land trails icon in each region of the statewide map. We hope you enjoy your trail experience and that you’ll keep coming back to explore more trail options.

Please contact Brian Ruscher, Brian.Ruscher@dep.state.fl.us if you have any questions or would like to have a trail placed online. Please note: we are not responsible for trail information on non-DEP websites and this website is optimized for Internet Explorer.

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):
Coast to Coast Connector
St. Johns  River-to-Sea Loop
Capital City to the Sea Trails

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

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