The Florida National Scenic Trail
The Florida National Scenic Trail is a congressionally designated National Scenic Trail. It is approximately 1,300-miles long and is intended to offer a continuous, permanent non-motorized recreation opportunity for hiking and other compatible activities. Over its length, it showcases the incredible biodiversity, history, and rich culture of Florida. Its termini lie in Gulf Islands National Seashore to the North and Big Cypress National Preserve in the South.
Discover the beauty of the Florida Trail. Learn how you can help build and protect this unique public resource!
Get an in depth look at the trail by region. Find descriptions of each section and get a better feel for what you can expect! Learn more.
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Get the most up to date information on Trail Closures and Hiker Notices. Know before you go!
Get the most up to date information on how to access the Florida Trail. Where will you take your next trip on the trail?
Planning a thru-hike? Some sections of trail require permits. Learn more here!