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  • Kirby Storter Boardwalk Accessible Trails - Wheelchair-bound? You can get out and enjoy Florida's outdoors on these accessible trails that offer wheelchair-ready surfaces, either boardwalks, paved, or natural.
  • Hiking the Ocean-to-Lake Backpacking - Trails where you can get out backpacking for a night or more. Includes trails in state forests and Florida State Parks, as well as segments of the Florida Trail.
  • St Francis Trail Day Hikes - Hikes from 1 to 15 miles, providing a good morning workout or a full day of hiking.  
  • M80, Trooper, and Willow the Wonder Dog Dog-friendly - Looking for a place to play outdoors with your dog? Here's where you can find Florida trails, parks, and beaches that are dog-friendly. These selections include hikes, parks, and beaches that are explicitly open to pets.
  • Tibet-Butler Preserve Family-friendly - Bring the whole family to enjoy hikes, parks, and other outdoor recreation at locations that are especially fun for kids. Many of these sites offer nature centers or playgrounds.
  • Florida Trail overview map Florida Trail - The 1,400-mile Florida Trail, our National Scenic Trail in Florida, is Florida's best destination for backpacking. Dig into the details via each section of the Florida Trail.
  • Taylor Creek Loop Loop Hikes - Everybody likes walking in circles. Loop hikes are especially appealing since you see different scenery along your hike.
  • Lake Mills Park Nature Trails - Places where you can walk an easy mile or less, ideal for a quick reconnect with nature during your busy day. Many of these are interpretive, too, making them great for youngsters or people unfamiliar with Florida habitats and history.