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Blackwater Heritage State Trail (Military Heritage Trail) - The western-most rail trail in Florida. Rural, trail is only lightly shaded; there are no water or refreshments other than at Milton so be sure to bring plenty of water.
End Points: Milton to Whiting Field Naval Air Station
Blountstown Greenway Bike Path - The path follows the route of the former Marianna and Blountstown (M&B) Railroad, a train exhibit is along the trail in downtown Blountstown. The pleasant, well-shaded trail crosses several streets, but traffic is light and crossings are well marked. An underpass at busy route 20 is a plus. Benches and fitness stations are located along the trail, Neal Landing on the Apalachicola River is a great picnic spot.
End Points: Sam Atkins Park to Neal Landing along the Apalachicola River,
a spur path runs north to CR 17 and 11th Street. A portion of the Florida National Scenic Trail runs along the Greenway path.
Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail - On the bed of Florida's first chartered rail line, this is also the oldest rail-trail in Florida, having opened in 1988. Trail runs 16 miles between St. Mark's and Tallahasee, plus a 4.5 mile link into downtown Tallahassee. We found the 7 miles from St. Mark's to Wakulla Trailhead most pleasant - off-road and shaded. In St. Mark's, ride to the San Marcos de Apalache Historic Site. Bike or drive to the St. Mark's Lighthouse (about 12 miles) in St. Mark's National Wildlife Refuge.
End Points: Tallahassee (SR262 & SR363) to end of SR363 at St. Marks River.
Timpoochee Trail - Trail follows the length of CR30A southeast of Fort Walton Beach along the Gulf of Mexico, through South Walton County beach communities, near several state parks, with beach access and views of sand dunes and dune lakes.
End Points: CR30A, Dune Allen
Beach to Inlet Beach
See also: Paddling in the Florida Panhandle
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