Best Trail Running in Florida

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Florida, Pasco County

07 :35 hrs
25.5 mi
22.474243 ft

Marathon 26.2 miles


Florida, Marion County

00 :41 hrs
2.3 mi
11.547001 ft

Greenway Trail Run 3.2m


Florida, Tampa

00 :25 hrs
1.2 mi
2.324977 ft

The Baynard Trail is a short but scenic hike in Hillsborough River State Park that travels through heavily wooded terrain along the Hillsborough River. This hike is a good option for beginner hikers or young families visiting the state park as the trail is easy to follow and almost completely flat. The state park also offers picnic areas, campgrounds, good fishing, and paddling on the Hillsborough River.


Florida, Polk County

02 :44 hrs
8.3 mi
3.5527 ft

The Green Swamp Wilderness Preserve is a very large natural area that is divided into five different tracts that all provide an extensive trail system for hiking and biking. The area is consists of multiple types of natural habitat where lots of wildlife and birdlife can be viewed. This hike explores part of the Hampton Tract which is located in the southernmost part of the preserve. This hike is a short loop through the area but there are multiple connecting trails that can be used to add a lot of mileage and connect to trails within the other tracts. The trails are open for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.


Florida, Alachua County

01 :02 hrs
1.5 mi
5.999996 ft

La Chua Trail is located in the northern half of the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park. This trail is highly populated with alligators and snakes so be aware of your surroundings. You might also see wild horses, bison, cattle, and several species of birds. Along this hike is the Alchua Sink, a massive sinkhole that is also a natural drain for the park. Because of its many features, this is a more crowded trail. It closes one hour before sunset.


Florida, Hillsborough County

01 :31 hrs
7.7 mi
14.317285 ft

This trail is a good one for all skill levels to enjoy. You will pedal through nice wooded areas, ride along a canal, and cross a couple bridges. The trail is only minutes away from downtown Tampa, but it is still quiet and peaceful. Facilities are available at your start point and along the way.


Florida, Hillsborough County

00 :54 hrs
2.6 mi
13.847086 ft

Alderman's Ford Nature Preserve is situated on both sides of the Alafia River and offers almost 1000 acres of scenic natural habitat open for exploration and wildlife viewing. This hike starts from the trailhead off Turkey Creek Road and travels west to complete a loop hike through the wooded area and down to the banks of the river. There is additional trail that heads south from the trailhead and into the eastern section of the preserve that can also be added for more mileage.


Georgia, Stewart County

02 :36 hrs
6.8 mi
90.19998 ft

This adventure winds along the rim of Providence Canyon, which has deservedly been coined the nickname “Little Grand Canyon”. The hike features awesome up-close views of the stunningly colored and peculiarly sculpted sandstone canyon walls and sweeping panoramic distance canyon views. When out of the canyons the path explores rolling hills, covered with a range of flora, from rhododendrons, deciduous trees and azaleas to long-leaf and loblolly pines. Bird life includes warblers, thrushes, owls, turkeys and all of Georgia’s woodpecker species. There are several side trails and campsites along the way to make your trip more enjoyable.


Florida, Martin County

03 :31 hrs
10.2 mi
20.37725 ft

Nice 10 Miles Trekking in Jonathan Dickinson State Park. There is a lot of sand and running is possible.


Florida, Clearwater

00 :57 hrs
2.9 mi
0.9999995 ft

Caladesi Island is an undisturbed barrier island located on the Gulf Coast of Florida that is known for having the most beautiful natural white sand beaches in all of Florida. While the white sand beaches are a sight to see, the island also consists of forested terrain that offers good wildlife viewing and hiking opportunity. The island is only accessible from boat but there is a ferry that services the island and the state park offers boat slips for overnight stays. Kayaking out to the island is also a good option for paddlers. The nature trail travels through the wooded vegetation of the island with a short side trail that leads down to the scenic white sand beach. The hike is fairly short and easy to follow, ideal for all skill levels.

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