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Length
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Capital Cascades Trail

2.71 mi
State: FL
Concrete

Four Freedoms Trail

12.3 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Goose Pond Trail

1.5 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Ike Anderson Bike Trail

1.5 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Lafayette Heritage Trail

3.9 mi
State: FL
Crushed Stone, Dirt

Miccosukee Greenway

15 mi
State: FL
Crushed Stone, Gravel

Moultrie Trail

7.2 mi
State: GA
Asphalt, Concrete

Stadium Drive Bikepath

2 mi
State: FL
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Capital Cascades Trail shows community at its best, offering plenty of sights, sounds and activities along its route through the residential and commercial areas and parks of southern Tallahassee....
FL 2.71 mi Concrete
Much of the Four Freedoms Trail in northern Florida lies on the former Valdosta & Southern Railroad right-of-way. The trail was jointly constructed by Madison County, the Suwannee River Water...
FL 12.3 mi Asphalt
The Georgia Florida and Alabama Trail (GF&A) is but a small section of a proposed 52-mile rail-trail, which will one day stretch from Tallahassee to Carrabelle, on the Gulf of Mexico. This 2.4-mile...
FL 2.4 mi Asphalt
The Goose Pond Trail runs through Tom Brown Park, the largest park in Tallahassee. Within the sprawling grounds, you can find a dog park, disc golf course, playgrounds, baseball and softball diamonds,...
FL 1.5 mi Asphalt
The 1.5-mile Ike Anderson Bike Trail runs north-south through the heart of Monticello. The trail replaced a long abandoned rail corridor that once ran between Chicago and Tampa. Portions of this...
FL 1.5 mi Asphalt
Lafayette Heritage Trail winds through quiet woodlands on Tallahassee's east side, connecting Lafayette Heritage Trail Park and Tom Brown Park. Both parks offer nice amenities including covered picnic...
FL 3.9 mi Crushed Stone, Dirt
Only 5 miles from the Florida state capitol, the Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway is a natural oasis in an otherwise urban/suburban landscape. The greenway is actually a linear park along the...
FL 15 mi Crushed Stone, Gravel
In deep South Georgia, Moultrie is a small city with big Southern pride. Billing itself as the "City of Southern Living," Moultrie boasts a thriving agricultural industry, historic homes, commercial...
GA 7.2 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Stadium Drive Bike Trail begins on the Florida State University campus near Varsity Drive and Stadium Drive (SR 366) and travels north and west 2 miles to N. Ocala Road, just south of US 90/SR...
FL 2 mi Asphalt
The Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail is the first paved rail-trail developed by the state, and it follows the route of Florida's first and longest-operating railroad that was used...
FL 20.5 mi Asphalt

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Stadium Drive Bikepath

FL - 2 miles

The Stadium Drive Bike Trail begins on the Florida State University campus near Varsity Drive and Stadium Drive (SR 366) and travels north and west 2 miles to N. Ocala Road, just south of US 90/SR...

Four Freedoms Trail

FL - 12.3 miles

Much of the Four Freedoms Trail in northern Florida lies on the former Valdosta & Southern Railroad right-of-way. The trail was jointly constructed by Madison County, the Suwannee River Water...

Georgia Florida & Alabama Trail (GF&A Trail)

FL - 2.4 miles

The Georgia Florida and Alabama Trail (GF&A) is but a small section of a proposed 52-mile rail-trail, which will one day stretch from Tallahassee to Carrabelle, on the Gulf of Mexico. This 2.4-mile...

Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

FL - 20.5 miles

The Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail is the first paved rail-trail developed by the state, and it follows the route of Florida's first and longest-operating railroad that was used...

Accordion

Miccosukee Greenway

FL - 15 miles

Only 5 miles from the Florida state capitol, the Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway is a natural oasis in an otherwise urban/suburban landscape. The greenway is actually a linear park along the...

Ike Anderson Bike Trail

FL - 1.5 miles

The 1.5-mile Ike Anderson Bike Trail runs north-south through the heart of Monticello. The trail replaced a long abandoned rail corridor that once ran between Chicago and Tampa. Portions of this...

Goose Pond Trail

FL - 1.5 miles

The Goose Pond Trail runs through Tom Brown Park, the largest park in Tallahassee. Within the sprawling grounds, you can find a dog park, disc golf course, playgrounds, baseball and softball diamonds,...

Capital Cascades Trail

FL - 2.71 miles

The Capital Cascades Trail shows community at its best, offering plenty of sights, sounds and activities along its route through the residential and commercial areas and parks of southern Tallahassee....

Moultrie Trail

GA - 7.2 miles

In deep South Georgia, Moultrie is a small city with big Southern pride. Billing itself as the "City of Southern Living," Moultrie boasts a thriving agricultural industry, historic homes, commercial...

Lafayette Heritage Trail

FL - 3.9 miles

Lafayette Heritage Trail winds through quiet woodlands on Tallahassee's east side, connecting Lafayette Heritage Trail Park and Tom Brown Park. Both parks offer nice amenities including covered picnic...

Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

FL - 20.5 miles

The Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail is the first paved rail-trail developed by the state, and it follows the route of Florida's first and longest-operating railroad that was used...

Four Freedoms Trail

FL - 12.3 miles

Much of the Four Freedoms Trail in northern Florida lies on the former Valdosta & Southern Railroad right-of-way. The trail was jointly constructed by Madison County, the Suwannee River Water...

Capital Cascades Trail

FL - 2.71 miles

The Capital Cascades Trail shows community at its best, offering plenty of sights, sounds and activities along its route through the residential and commercial areas and parks of southern Tallahassee....

Lafayette Heritage Trail

FL - 3.9 miles

Lafayette Heritage Trail winds through quiet woodlands on Tallahassee's east side, connecting Lafayette Heritage Trail Park and Tom Brown Park. Both parks offer nice amenities including covered picnic...

Accordion

Ike Anderson Bike Trail

FL - 1.5 miles

The 1.5-mile Ike Anderson Bike Trail runs north-south through the heart of Monticello. The trail replaced a long abandoned rail corridor that once ran between Chicago and Tampa. Portions of this...

Miccosukee Greenway

FL - 15 miles

Only 5 miles from the Florida state capitol, the Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway is a natural oasis in an otherwise urban/suburban landscape. The greenway is actually a linear park along the...

Moultrie Trail

GA - 7.2 miles

In deep South Georgia, Moultrie is a small city with big Southern pride. Billing itself as the "City of Southern Living," Moultrie boasts a thriving agricultural industry, historic homes, commercial...

Georgia Florida & Alabama Trail (GF&A Trail)

FL - 2.4 miles

The Georgia Florida and Alabama Trail (GF&A) is but a small section of a proposed 52-mile rail-trail, which will one day stretch from Tallahassee to Carrabelle, on the Gulf of Mexico. This 2.4-mile...

Stadium Drive Bikepath

FL - 2 miles

The Stadium Drive Bike Trail begins on the Florida State University campus near Varsity Drive and Stadium Drive (SR 366) and travels north and west 2 miles to N. Ocala Road, just south of US 90/SR...

Goose Pond Trail

FL - 1.5 miles

The Goose Pond Trail runs through Tom Brown Park, the largest park in Tallahassee. Within the sprawling grounds, you can find a dog park, disc golf course, playgrounds, baseball and softball diamonds,...

Stadium Drive Bikepath

FL - 2 miles

The Stadium Drive Bike Trail begins on the Florida State University campus near Varsity Drive and Stadium Drive (SR 366) and travels north and west 2 miles to N. Ocala Road, just south of US 90/SR...

Four Freedoms Trail

FL - 12.3 miles

Much of the Four Freedoms Trail in northern Florida lies on the former Valdosta & Southern Railroad right-of-way. The trail was jointly constructed by Madison County, the Suwannee River Water...

Moultrie Trail

GA - 7.2 miles

In deep South Georgia, Moultrie is a small city with big Southern pride. Billing itself as the "City of Southern Living," Moultrie boasts a thriving agricultural industry, historic homes, commercial...

Capital Cascades Trail

FL - 2.71 miles

The Capital Cascades Trail shows community at its best, offering plenty of sights, sounds and activities along its route through the residential and commercial areas and parks of southern Tallahassee....

Accordion

Lafayette Heritage Trail

FL - 3.9 miles

Lafayette Heritage Trail winds through quiet woodlands on Tallahassee's east side, connecting Lafayette Heritage Trail Park and Tom Brown Park. Both parks offer nice amenities including covered picnic...

Miccosukee Greenway

FL - 15 miles

Only 5 miles from the Florida state capitol, the Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway is a natural oasis in an otherwise urban/suburban landscape. The greenway is actually a linear park along the...

Goose Pond Trail

FL - 1.5 miles

The Goose Pond Trail runs through Tom Brown Park, the largest park in Tallahassee. Within the sprawling grounds, you can find a dog park, disc golf course, playgrounds, baseball and softball diamonds,...

Georgia Florida & Alabama Trail (GF&A Trail)

FL - 2.4 miles

The Georgia Florida and Alabama Trail (GF&A) is but a small section of a proposed 52-mile rail-trail, which will one day stretch from Tallahassee to Carrabelle, on the Gulf of Mexico. This 2.4-mile...

Ike Anderson Bike Trail

FL - 1.5 miles

The 1.5-mile Ike Anderson Bike Trail runs north-south through the heart of Monticello. The trail replaced a long abandoned rail corridor that once ran between Chicago and Tampa. Portions of this...

Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

FL - 20.5 miles

The Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail is the first paved rail-trail developed by the state, and it follows the route of Florida's first and longest-operating railroad that was used...

Recent Trail Reviews

Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

Roller Blades

September, 2018 by schilker

Great for marathon roller blading. I would like to see the State of Florida add mile markers.

Goose Pond Trail

Okay, but not great for roller blades

September, 2018 by schilker

The trail is easy and fun for a family day out. However, the path may not be ideal for roller blades. Parts of the path might be wet or have sand/dirt across it. Having said all of that I would still go back, 1.3 mile trail is a great distance for rollerblades (we did a down and back twice)!

Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

Nice Ride

August, 2018 by 01bicycle

Overall surface in great shape. Saw only a few riding all day. If your looking for speed you can ramp it up pretty good on this straight shot to St. Marks. Just pay attention at 4-5 roads crossing the path along the way.

Accordion

Moultrie Trail

Holding up well

August, 2018 by maplover2

Biked the stretch from the library downtown out to the golf courses at Cherokee and back. Nice stretch with 2 shaded bench rest stops with water. A few road crossing with decent sight lines. Saw a dozen folks working out and 2 folks transporting themselves via bike to/from work. Nice to see it used, miles marked, and two trailheads.

Capital Cascades Trail

bikechopper

June, 2018 by bikechopper

Rode this trail today. We parked off Suwannee St in Cascade Park., it was Friday but we found plenty of parking even though we were by the Water Park which was busy. First rode trail on side of Franklin St. and was thinking this is just a wide sidewalk. Quickly we were enjoying the ride though the neighborhood the gardens and landscape was beautiful and well groomed. We rode to Tennessee across from Leon High then turned back, there was a few road crossings but there were crosswalk lights. We passed back through the park and kept going to a nice trail bridge over Monroe and then followed FAMU Way on the trail. It did not end at Pinellas Circle so we kept going. Great views of the Capital, we passed some Canadian Geese who moved slowly from the trail. We kept going until we knew we were going south and went under Orange Ave. Then we realized we were on the Tall- St. Marks Trail. So the two trail do connect. We returned to our Van at the park and explored more and found the old Utilities Building is a beautiful restaurant Called The Edison. A great ride and a showcase trail for what a local city can do with its spaces and resources.

Four Freedoms Trail

Bucolic Charmer

May, 2018 by k1ce

The trail begins in the gorgeous old town of Madison and courses north to the Withlacoochee River and the Georgia border. This is a trail to go slow on and savor every rolling hill, farm, stands of trees, a tiny town that time has passed by; in other words, a journey into the agricultural, rural past of the country. I loved this trail; there wasn’t another soul on it for the 24 miles round trip.

Four Freedoms Trail

Home trail

March, 2018 by bikechopper

We have completed many trails around the country and would not rate this as one worth a long trip just to ride it. However this is located in our home county and has been a pleasant break from riding on our country roads, Yes it has root heaves so if you come into town to speed on a road bike you will be disappointed. To us local riders the only disappointment is that more people in our community don't get off their butts and ride it. We always remove branches along the way. The north end should have signage because the pavement comes to an end with no view of the river, but if you walk your bike down to the left in about 50 feet you have a covered picnic area and a view of the Withlachoochee and the remains of the old railroad trestle. It is a shame if you ride to the end of the pavement and miss this,

Four Freedoms Trail

Thank you for providing this great trail!

December, 2017 by griffindd

Biked the entire trail twice this week. Trail is well maintained but there are some places where tree root upheavals may create problems with your bike if you approach them too fast. Most of these have been marked with bright orange spray paint. Advise not to bike too fast so you can see the bad spots in the shady areas. Otherwise a scenic and pleasant ride. Thank you for providing this great trail!

Four Freedoms Trail

I just rode this trail

October, 2017 by legacycycles

We just finished riding this entire trail. Is it perfect no, but it’s definitely rideable, an a lot less crowded than others. It is maintained but it’s mainly covered by shade tress, so guess what? There are leaves, a corns and root upheaval. If you can’t handle that then I suggest sticking to riding exercise bikes in the comfort an safety of the gym. If I can do it on a 26in mountain bike pulling a 4 yo in a trailer (75lbs total) an average 11mph. Anyone with a road or hybrid should have no issues. Scenery wise this trail is beautiful. And although not perfect in terms of conditions, it’s well worth the trek.

Four Freedoms Trail

A trail worth riding

September, 2017 by pkrauss_tl

I've read other reviews and hope then I will give readers as objective a review possible. My wife and I went to Madison Florida to visit friends and ride the four freedoms trail. We are in our 70s and ride at an average speed of 9 mph. We took two days to ride this rail trail in its entirety. The trail is best referred to as a canopy trail. For the most distance, the trees provide a cool pleasant ride. Yes, there are some problems that one experiences. Tree debris and surface debris. I met parks and recreation rep who indicated and demonstrated that efforts are being made to repair the trail. If you are a speed rider don't go right now. If you would like a lovely ride and are willing ignore some faults this trail is a must.

Four Freedoms Trail

Four Freedoms Trail Review

July, 2017 by jon erickson

I rode this trail on July 14, 2017. I should have believed the reviews. The trail is in severe neglect and you should not attempt to ride it on a road bike. I suffered a flat at mile 10.5. The trail north of Pineta is in the worse shape. Many tree root upheavals. Lots of debris from tree limbs. At approximately 3 miles south of Pineta I encountered a fallen tree blocking further progress on the trail. I was required to dismount and walk on private property to get around the fallen tree. It looked to have been there more than a couple of days. It was obvious that this trail is not maintained on a regular basis. I will not return. Too many other good trails in Florida to waste time on this one. Ride this one at your own risk...

Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

Every city and town should have one of these.

December, 2016 by susancnett

We parked at the Capital Circle Trailhead, where there are bathrooms, a water fountain, a pavilion, and a nice bench area.

Heading south, the trail is wide and smooth, with trees on either side, providing shade but not much "tree debris". The section along the Woodville Highway has a lot of road noise, but further down the trail, it runs along a less busy road and the noise drops off. The trail runs past older residences, and a few businesses. We turned around after 7 miles, but will definitely come back to explore the rest of the southern section another day.

Heading north from the Capital Circle Trailhead, the trail is obviously older, with a yellow center line. This section has few trees, and runs by businesses such as used car lots, and is not very scenic. The trail ends at a street, across from a working train yard.

This trail is a treasure to the region, and we look forward to returning again.

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