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Explore the best rated trails in Palm Coast, FL. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail and Ponce Inlet Trail. With more than 15 trails covering 174 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

Recent Trail Reviews

Palatka-to-St. Augustine State Trail

St. John bridge at Palatka is open for cycling

November, 2022 by vc2019

No sign of closure today. 11-18-22

Palatka-to-Lake Butler State Trail

Awesome Trail

November, 2022 by dianes4

One of the most beautiful trails in Florida!

Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail

Road crossings

November, 2022 by brenda.bolton

Wonderful Bike Trail. From Colbert, after Old Kings, be sure to to cross over the road to your right after you go under the highway. The crosswalk will cross on your right. Follow the trail a few miles and once you hit Belle Terre, cross the bridge to your right and use the Crosswalk at the light. Would love to see it continue after you hit Rte 1. Also, can't wait to see where the bike trail goes across Rte. 100!


Palatka-to-St. Augustine State Trail

River crossing is closed

October, 2022 by john882

If you plan crossing the River on the bridge trail it is closed.

Doctors Lake Drive Bike Path

Close by and off the road

October, 2022 by rsnyderlmftva

This is not a very scenic trail (no fields mountains or streams/waterways visible from it) but nevertheless a nice one to walk, jog or ride bicycle on as it is far from any large or crooked roadways. The trees that overlap parts of it make for nice shade. It is convenient if you live in Orange Park or nearby Fleming Island.

East Central Regional Rail Trail

A favorite!

October, 2022 by rokitmom

This trail is my favorite; it's wide and smooth and well-maintained. The scenery is fabulous and there are enough stopping and turn-around points along the way that I can vary the distance of my ride as frequently as I'd like while still riding the same trail. The trail is well used but never overly crowded; I feel quite safe on it even riding alone at night or in the very early mornings. In addition to the scenery, you may see some interesting wildlife as well. I have seen bears, foxes, alligators, snakes, and turtles crossing the path!

Spring to Spring Trail

De León Springs to Blue Springs and back

September, 2022 by cranesfc_tl

The De León Springs trailhead is nonexistent so we started from the post office. About 3.8 miles of the 14 miles to Blue Springs is on the road. Traffic was generally polite and safe. There are 2 busy street crossings. Route markings aren’t the greatest so this app is you friend. There are enough rolling hills to get your heart rate up a little. All in all a very enjoyable ride.

Spring to Spring Trail

beresford lake park to blue springs

June, 2022 by fbhjr1963

Nice shady short ride

Palatka-to-St. Augustine State Trail

Palatka -keystone heights

March, 2022 by annette.macswain

Really enjoyed this trail , we did it in 3 separate rides . So nice !! There are mile markers along the way . Very peaceful and runs beside highway 100 for a big part . Crosses roads in a few places but very safe . Highly recommend.

Palatka-to-St. Augustine State Trail

Palatka - St Augustine

February, 2022 by annette.macswain

Although I Love this trail , there are areas where it needs some work , heaved pavement from tree roots . Would love to see Mile markers along the way as well . Definitely recommend it .

Palatka-to-Lake Butler State Trail


February, 2022 by waterdeva

The surface is great, vegetation is nice, but you’re riding within 75-100 feet of a highway with constant car and truck traffic. Anything but quiet and serene as the description implies.

Spring to Spring Trail

Green Springs to Sanford

February, 2022 by diastole

We drove from Vero Beach to the Green Springs Park to ride the Spring to Spring Trail. We headed west on the trail from Green Springs to Gemini Springs. At first I was a little disappointed. The trail ran along side a busy, noisy street. After a few miles we stopped at Gemini Springs and went for a walk around the park and used the restroom. The park was quite nice and it gave us time to regroup. For a moment we contemplated going back East to Green Springs and head on to Maytown but decided to keep going... and so glad we did! We followed the trail to Lake Monroe Park and on over the bridge to Sanford. What a lovely ride along the lake. Our ride roundtrip was roughly 24 miles. We decided to drive back to Sanford for dinner and ended up at the St. John's River Steak and Seafood restaurant with a view of the water. We had a great meal and a glass of wine. We decided to spend the night since the next morning we were going to hike the Orlando Wetlands park. Next time we will come back and ride east on the trail from Green Springs. It is worth the trip for sure!

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