Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail

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The Lehigh Trail is located in Flagler County on an abandoned railroad corridor comprising 195 acres. The railroad spur once carried cement and other materials to and from the Lehigh Portland Cement Plant in Flagler Beach. The trail connects US 1 north of Bunnell with Colbert Lane, running through the center of Palm Coast, through Graham Swamp and ending just west of the old Lehigh Portland Cement Company. Surrounded by trees for most of the way, the trail provides a safe, non-motorized way to travel among the cities of Bunnell, Flagler Beach and Palm Coast.

In the 3,000-acre conservation zone of Graham Swamp the trail has elevated views of the surrounding wetlands. Watch her for some of Florida's wildlife species, including wading birds, waterfowl, deer, otters, foxes and alligators.

Parking and Trail Access

The trail has three access points: Colbert Lane, Old Kings Road and Belle Terre Parkway, all of which are approximately 1.5 miles north of SR 100.

Parking on the western end is available at the intersection of Royal Palms Parkway and Belle Terre Parkway, and on the southwest side of Palm Coast. The trailhead is just south of Royal Palms on the east side of Belle Terre.

Reviews

Great little trail

   February, 2016 by jfletc3233

Three of us rode this trail this weekend. It's was well used but not crowded. The trail itself is in good shape and was a really nice ride through wooded areas. There are canals that you cross and that you ride along. The trailhead at Colbert lane had ...read more

Parking help

   December, 2015 by keywestconnie

This is a great trail. The app shows the trail as starting at US1. However, this is is essentially the end of the trail and there is no parking available. There is a very nice trailhead on Colbert Lane with parking and restrooms. There is also a small ...read more

Nice trail

   December, 2015 by ambru929

We rode the trail from the trailhead off of Colbert Lane to the end and back. The trail is paved all the way and only two major road crossings. Except for a few sections the majority is in the shade as long as its not in the middle of the day. It comes ...read more