A favorite pastime of locals and visitors alike.
Apalachicola National Forest
Here you will find open roads that are perfect for hiking or biking and allow time to enjoy the solitude of your natural surroundings. Don't miss the trail around Lake Wright, it is a favorite for local hikers.
St. George Island State Park
Available here are 9 miles of beautiful white sand beaches and high dunes, along with pine flatwoods and oak hammocks. Park visitors may also take advantage of the many trails and boardwalks throughout the park, or the 2 mile marked trail along the bay side of the park.
St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge
This pristine barrier island has 14 miles of beaches and 80 miles of sand roads throughout the island and offers hikers an opportunity to really explore its beauty and enjoy the solitude.
Tates Hell State Forest
High Bluff Coastal Trail (map, pdf) is part of the Division of Forestry's Trailwalker Hiking Program.
Off-Highway Vehicle Trail System at Tate's Hell State Forest
Tate's Hell is in Region B, Segment 5 of the Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail
This state forest is part of the Great Florida Birding Trail
Les Hassel Excursions
Hiking Guide Service.