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Blackwater Heritage State Trail & Military Heritage Trail
Blountstown Greenway Trail
Capital Cascades Trail
Loggerhead Run Bike Trail
Ochlockonee Bay Trail
St. George Island Bike Path
Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail
Trails Overview Map... FL Panhandle
Blackwater Heritage State Trail & Military Heritage Trail - The linear State Park runs on an old Florida and Alabama Railroad rail bed, connects to Military Heritage Trail for 10 miles total. Starts in Milton, then rural, Florida's western-most rail trail.
Blountstown Greenway Trail - The pleasant, well-shaded trail follows the route of the former Marianna and Blountstown (M&B) Railroad for 4 miles at Blountstown, county seat for Calhoun County.
Conservation Park - a Florida eco-biking destination. This 2,900 acre conservation area in Panama City Beach features 24 miles of unpaved, yet easy-to-ride trails - a natural escape from the busy beach areas.
Gayle's Trails - 9 miles and growing, this network of trails in Panama City Beach connects parks and neighborhoods, including a link to Conservation Park, providing additional miles of biking options.
Loggerhead Run Bike Trail - 8-mile trail on Cape San Blas that runs from St. Joseph Peninsula State Park to Salinas Park along Hwy 30E (Cape San Blas Road).
St. George Island - Biking options on a 22 mile long barrier island between the Gulf of Mexico and Apalachicola Bay. 6 mile paved bike path in town, 9 miles in St. George Island State Park.
Timpoochee Trail - A great way to visit Walton County's pristine beaches, Timpoochee Trail follows Scenic Route CR 30A (southeast of Fort Walton Beach) for 18.5 miles along the Gulf.
Topsail Hill Preserve State Park - a Florida eco-biking destination. 5 miles (round-trip) paved trails and 15 miles of unpaved for biking and hiking. Towering dunes, 3.2 mile pristine beach, rare Coastal Dune Lakes and camping define this 1,640-acre State Park.
A "Regional Trail System" is made up of several individual bike trails that link together to form a single, continuous biking opportunity. Plans for the Capital City to the Sea Trails System call for linking Tallahassee to the Gulf Coast via a series of connected trails in Wakulla and Leon Counties - envisioned as a continuous 120-mile biking loop. A view of this proposed system explains the short GF&A trail deep in the Apalachicola National Forest. Work continues on the Coastal Trail. Otherwise, closing the loop through the Forest doesn't seem to be a priority at this time.
Capital City to the Sea Trails System; Overview Page - The following 5 trails are part of the "Capital City to the Sea" Regional Trails System.
Capital Cascades Trail - At the southern end of downtown Tallahassee near Florida State University and Florida A&M University. Connects to the Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail. Cascades Park is the centerpiece.
Coastal Trail - Partially complete, the trail parallels US 98 and connects the Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail to the Ochlockonee Bay Trail at Surf Road. Two sections totaling 14.7 miles complete, new construction is underway and more planned in the future.
GF&A Trail - Lovingly referred to as the "Gopher, Frog & Alligator Trail," the GF&A follows the route of the former Georgia, Florida & Alabama Railroad. 2.5 miles paved in Apalachicola National Forest.
Ochlockonee Bay Trail - Two distinct sections of trail; (1) 10 miles alongside Surf Road, and (2) 2.5 miles alongside Mashes Sands Road, Mash Island, with a short gap on-road.
Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail - Completed in 1988, this is the oldest paved rail-trail in Florida.16 miles between St. Mark's and Tallahassee, plus 4 mile link into downtown.
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