Florida’s Bike Trails

So many trails, so little time…..

There are a lot of trails for bicyclists to ride on in Florida. We simply can’t ride them all. But we can give you a summary and a link to the agencies that have this information online. We look for federal managed land, state agencies, regional water management, county and city governments. And we won’t charge you anything.

First, a State level links section, followed by a regional table and pages of all the counties. External sites should open in a new browser window. The trails we do ride will have separate reviews, usually with photos of the trail.

If you have ridden a trail, and wish to summit a review, leave a comment.

The state level links

State Greenways and Trails Website

Florida State Parks Website





The table of all 67 Counties, separated by Region

North West North Central North East West Central East Central South
Escambia Leon Nassau Citrus Volusia Charlotte
Santa Rosa Wakulla Baker Sumter Lake Glades
Okaloosa Jefferson Duval Hernando Seminole Martin
Walton Madison Union Pasco Orange Lee
Holmes Taylor Bradford Pinellas Brevard Hendry
Washington Hamilton Clay Hillsborough Osceola Palm Beach
Bay Suwannee St Johns Polk Indian River Collier
Jackson Lafayette Alachua Manatee Okeechobee Broward
Calhoun Dixie Putnam Hardee St. Lucie Monroe
Gulf Columbia Flagler Highlands Miami-Dade
Gadsden Gilchrist Marion Sarasota
Liberty Levy DeSoto
Franklin

Our Recommendations

-Wear a helmet.

-Drink lots of water before, during and after a ride.

-Wear sunscreen and bug repellent.

-Warn others when you overtake. Ring a bell or advise clearly, “On your left”. Pass only on the left.

-Move off the trail when stopped.

-Pack out your trash.

-View wildlife. Do not annoy or feed any wild animal. Take a picture and move along.

-Carry a snake bite kit. Know how to use it.

-Carry a flat repair kit and pump. Know how to use them.

-Don’t worry about work. You are riding. It is time to enjoy yourself