Thomasville, GA Birding Trails and Maps

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Capital Cascades Trail

2.7 mi
State: FL
Concrete

Capital Circle Connector Trail

6.9 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Concrete

Coastal Trail

11.9 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

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

Orchard Pond Road Trail

3.5 mi
State: FL
Dirt, Grass, Gravel, Sand

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 2.7 mi Concrete
Winding alongside Capital Circle SE/ US 319 in Tallahassee is a multi-use path stretching from Woodville Highway to Hill Lane. The trail itself is a moderately sloped, paved trail along the landscaped...
FL 6.9 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Coastal Trail is a crucial link in the Capital City to the Sea regional trails system in the Greater Tallahassee Area. The trail is still under development, but close to 12 miles are already open...
FL 11.9 mi Asphalt
The Dr. Alpha Omega Campbell Connector Heritage Trail and Shared Use Path is a paved, two-lane path that zig-zags through south Tallahassee. The trail links the Jack McLean Jr. Park & Community...
FL 1.1 mi Asphalt
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
When the new Orchard Pond Parkway was built and opened, the old Orchard Pond Road was closed to vehicular traffic and converted into a recreational trail for hiking, mountain biking and horseback...
FL 3.5 mi Dirt, Grass, Gravel, Sand
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 21 mi Asphalt

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Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

great last minute plans

October, 2020 by michaellamathis

Easy ride. Seems safe. Mostly shaded. Plenty of restrooms along the route, not sure of cleanliness of all. Worth it especially for endurance training/vacationers.

Capital Circle Connector Trail

Excellent Trail in SE Tallahassee

September, 2020 by 2beaswater

This is a great trail that connects east Tallahassee and Southwood community to the St. Marks Historic Railroad Trail. (Access to the village of St. Marks - 16 miles to the south and the university/capital’s downtown area). The surface is excellent asphalt. The landscaping by the city is beautiful and well maintained. Water fountains are placed along the trail. Very few cross-traffic intersections to navigate.

Lafayette Heritage Trail

Great trail

September, 2020 by manervapearl

This trail has something for every skill level for mountain biking. It is also an excellent walking trail that meanders past dikes, and has a beautiful bridge with great views.

Accordion

Coastal Trail

very nice path in great condition

August, 2020 by robertvillar

We rode this morning and encountered a handful of other riders and 1 runner. Great 12 mile trail. Thank’s to Trinity Lutheran Church for the parking. The path is in great condition and the trees made the feel like temperature 15-20 degrees cooler. Can’t wait for the eventual connection to the sea.

Miccosukee Greenway

great trail

June, 2020 by jfontana_tl

A very wide gravel trail with plenty of shade, hills and great scenery. There’s a bathroom and water stop in the middle.

Four Freedoms Trail

Very nice trail. Mostly shady

May, 2020 by pauhana1951

We walked this in two different sections. The first time we started in Madison, where you have to just park on the side of the road, and walked almost to the picnic area just outside of Pinetta. The next time we parked in Pinetta at the parking area in town by the picnic tables and restrooms and walked to the river and then back to the same picnic area outside of Pinetta. Most of the trail is very shady, which is great in our southern heat. If you are heading to the river, be sure and spray with Off or some other type of bug repellent as the biting flies can be pretty bad at times. Wish I could figure out how to upload my pictures because it is really a pretty hike.

Four Freedoms Trail

Lovely Shaded Ride

May, 2020 by monique.ellsworth

From beginning to end the ride took about an hour each way. The shade and rest spots along the way were a welcomed reprieve from the sun and gave us a chance to apply more sunscreen and drink some water. The ride takes you past numerous pastures and livestock. Shady oaks cover most of the trail. It was a bit difficult to find parking. We ended up parallel parking on a residential street.

Four Freedoms Trail

Mixed feelings but definitely has potential

March, 2020 by gatorcritter

The Four Freedoms Trail is a pretty 12 mile trail that parallels a state highway for much of the way. A strip of trees provides a buffer from the road noise and wind. It has several sections of oak canopy and traverses some very pretty countryside. The final two plus miles north of Pinetta are more isolated and do not parallel the highway. Unfortunately, as others have pointed out, the trail is poorly maintained. I rode my road bike (with cyclocross tires) on today's ride. There are numerous tree roots, some potholes, sandy spots, and a lot of debris (leaves, twigs, branches) on portions of the trail. The majority of the trail is doable for road bikes but the section immediately south of Pinetta (miles 7 to 8.5) is very rough and is best suited for mountain bikes or hybrids. The trail has great potential if someone from the state or county is willing to take care of it.

Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

Nice Trail

February, 2020 by jstasey

We rode from southern terminus 10 mikes north and back on a Saturday afternoon in January. Plentiful parking there. Trail is tree lined on both sides. Includes mile markers. Ample covered benches and bathrooms. Miles 12-13 were a little bumpy from tree roots. Moderate usage but never crowded. Most road crossings were lightly traveled. Overall, a really nice trail.

Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail

One of the best trails in the country

October, 2019 by stathamross

I typically ride this trail very early on Saturday mornings, from just south of Capital Circle trailhead down to St Marks and back. It’s a real joy to ride.

It’s heavily shaded, in very good condition and with clear mile markers. Major road crossing at about mile 9.7 or so, as well as a few others marked on the map. Scenic and a joy to ride, with ample opportunities to kick it into high gear if that’s your thing. The St Marks mile marker says “16” but it’s actually 15.75 miles.

As with any longer ride, I strongly suggest you bring rain gear, a pump, extra tubes and basic tools, as well as snacks and two water bottles.

Very good idea to put flashing lights on your front and rear to get the attention of drivers at road crossings, especially since you may get a little zoned out after a few hours of cycling, and since some drivers may run a stop sign or otherwise cause issues even when you have the right of way. Also good to wear orange!

Good solo ride, duo or group ride. Flat and mostly straight. And fun.

Georgia Florida & Alabama Trail (GF&A Trail)

nothing not to like about this trail

May, 2019 by tabbtracy

this is a very easy, flat, paved trail that is good for walking, running or cycling. there was no one on the trail when we went. and i didn't find it very shady, as another reviewer found.

overall there is nothing not to like. it's just not the most diverse landscape but aside from that, a good, fairly short trail.

Four Freedoms Trail

Not a Great Ride

April, 2019 by mathteacher45

I rode this trail on 3/27/19, the day after a thunderstorm. Be that as it may, the trail is not well-maintained. The leaves were piled up almost to the pedals at places, lots of cracks and breaks in the asphalt and there were lots of exposed tree roots that were not marked. The area is quiet, beautiful, the trail does not seem well-used. I only passed 3 people along my ride.

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