In the 2014/2015 season, The Florida Trail Association had more than 468 volunteers contributing  39,796 hours to our Mission.

Join us as we build, maintain, protect, and promote the 1,300 mile Florida Trail.


Get your hands dirty

There are several different ways you can volunteer! Find a local chapter, join a Volunteer Work Party, become a camp cook, or help with administrative work. The possibilities are endless!


Become a member of our state-wide organization

Your annual membership supports the Florida Trail Association’s Mission. Get involved with your local chapter today!


Help support our Mission

Your donation goes towards the Mission of the Florida Trail Association. Be a part of a community of hikers and Florida outdoor lovers.

Save the Date

February 2nd, 2016|Comments Off on Save the Date

March 12, 2016, Keystone Heights, FL
Email or call (352) 258-3058 for more information.

Northern: Osceola National Forest Volunteer Work Party

December 3rd, 2015|Comments Off on Northern: Osceola National Forest Volunteer Work Party

Osceola National Forest Volunteer Work Party
North Florida Trail Blazers – February 22-28, 2016

Summary: Second Volunteer Work Party at the Osceola National Forest.

Description: We will spend this week making necessary […]

Public Comment: Kissimmee River FNST Relocation

November 12th, 2015|Comments Off on Public Comment: Kissimmee River FNST Relocation

**Message from the US Forest Service**
The US Forest Service has prepared a Proposed Action for the Kissimmee River FNST Relocation Project, which is now available for review and comment on […]

2015/2016 Data Books

November 12th, 2015|Comments Off on 2015/2016 Data Books

The 2015/2016 Data Book (Eighth Edition) is now available at the Florida Trail Association store. Special thanks to Don Mock for producing this reference guide and volunteering his time! This […]

Florida Trail Association Volunteers
Volunteer Hours contributed in 2014
Miles of Trail
Different Land Management Units


Our Mission

The Florida Trail Association develops, maintains, protects, and promotes a network of hiking trails throughout the state, including the unique Florida National Scenic Trail (FNST). Together with our partners we provide opportunities for the public to hike, engage in outdoor recreation, participate in environmental education, and contribute to meaningful volunteer work.

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