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North Florida's Greenways and Trails
Bivens Arm Nature Park Trail
The park offers parking, restrooms, a picnic area, pavilion and overlook, and extensive interpretive signage.
Bulow Creek Canoe Trail
The trail leads upstream and back and then downstream to the entrance of the Intracoastal Waterway. Much of the trail flows through grassy coastal marsh typical of the Atlantic Coast.
Fort Clinch State Park Trails
The trail system includes a 6.5 mile unpaved “loop” trail for hikers and off road bicyclists, the park’s paved road, and several miles of beaches along Cumberland Sound with hard packed sand for riding and hiking during low tides.
Gainesville – Depot Avenue Trail
This trail follows a former rail corridor through residential and industrial areas in southeast Gainesville.
Gainesville - Hawthorne State Trail State Park
Gainesville-Hawthorne Trail State Park stretches 16 miles from the City of Gainesville’s Boulware Springs Park through the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park and the Lochloosa Wildlife Management Area.
Gainesville – Waldo Road Greenway
This nicely landscaped trail follows a former rail corridor through residential and industrial areas in southeast Gainesville.
The Jacksonville-Baldwin trail offers a sense of seclusion you might not expect from a trail that starts about 5 miles from downtown Jacksonville.
Nature Coast Trail State Park
The trail consists of two primary alignments built along abandoned rail lines that intersect at Wilcox Junction, connecting the communities of Cross City, Trenton, Fanning Springs and Chiefland.
O'Leno State Park Trails
One of Florida’s original state parks, O’Leno is located on the banks of the scenic Santa Fe River, a tributary of the Suwannee River.
Osceola National Forest - The Florida Trail
The trail winds through pine-palmetto flatwoods and through swamps with cypress, black gum, bay and maple trees.
Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park Trails
The prairie is a prime wildlife viewing area. This park offers opportunities for hikers, bikers and equestrians to explore its natural and historical wonders.
Pellicer Creek Canoe Trail
This four mile trail winds through tidal marsh. Along the creek, you can often see wading birds, waterfowl, alligator, otter and raccoon. Bald eagles’ nests are in this area.
Santa Fe River Canoe Trail
Wildlife is abundant along the trail. Look for turtles, alligators, and wading birds. The trail ends three miles upstream of the confluence of the Santa Fe and the Suwannee River.
St. Marys River Canoe Trail
White sandbars are found at almost every bend, making camping an easy and enjoyable addition to your paddling trip.
Suwannee River (Lower) Canoe Trail
This section of the Suwannee River begins at Suwannee River State Park and continues downstream for 51.7 miles.
Suwannee River (Upper) Canoe Trail
The river flows through pristine river swamp with oaks, pines, palmettos, and tall cypress.
Suwannee River Greenway at Branford
The greenway is home to a rewarding rail-trail that provides beautiful views of old Florida.
Withlacoochee River (North) Canoe Trail
The Withlacoochee River gently curves through Twin Rivers State Forest past hardwood forests, crystal-clear springs, and sandbars along the bends.