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8th of September 2017

Florida National Forests Close For Hurricane Irma


8th of August 2017

2017 South Regional Conference

  Register to Attend the South Regional Conference Today!  Download the Following Form and Follow the Instructions SRC Registration Form 2017 Reserve a Dorm Room Today!  Please Download the Following Registration Form and Follow the Instructions Dorm Room Registration Form Get a Sneak Peak at the Conference in the Following Schedule SRC Weekend Schedule 2017 […]


2nd of February 2017

IDIDAHIKE 2017

This year’s IDIDAHIKE will be hosted along the scenic Suwannee River, near White Springs, FL.  The total length of this hike is 8.5 miles, with take out points at the 3 and 5-mile marks for those who don’t want to hike the whole distance.  Hikers will register at the Nature and Heritage Tourism Center in […]


1st of February 2017

Update from the Forest Service Office


Eight Year-Old Cubby Hikes the Florida Trail


Jupiter Completes the ECT!


Veterans Walk Off the War


4th of December 2016

November E-Blaze Trivia

Q: What law established our National Scenic Trails (NST)? A: The National Trails System Act of 1968, established our NSTs. During the early history of the United States, trails served as routes for commerce and migration. Since the early 20th century, trails have been constructed to provide access to scenic terrain. In 1921 the concept […]


#OptOutside with REI

On Black Friday more than six million Americans chose to #OptOutside. We joined REI and hit the Florida Trail to explore Florida’s unique wildlands. See our friends in action on the Florida National Scenic Trail!  


Support the Florida Trail!

This holiday season consider donating to support the mission of the FTA. We unite diverse stakeholders to care for the trail, so that millions can access Florida’s most scenic, natural, historic and cultural resources.  Alternatively, you may support our mission by joining the Association as a Individual or Family Member. Protecting the Florida Trail is […]