Coastal Trail

Florida

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Coastal Trail Facts

States: Florida
Counties: Wakulla
Length: 11.9 miles
Trail end points: Tallahassee-St Marks Historic Railroad State Trail at the US 98 crossing and Near the north junction of US 98 and US 319 (Crawfordville)
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10905403
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Coastal Trail Description

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 to bike, hike or roll on.The trail is 10-ft wide and flat, with ample shade against the Florida sunshine.

The trail starts at the intersection of the Tallahassee - St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail with US-98 and heads south and west within the woody margin of the highway. The path sits on the north side of the road, but then switches to the south side close to the Wakulla River bridge, which has a separated non-motorized lane. Beyond the bridge, the trail switches back to the north side of the trail and continues its journey. 

The current end of the trail is near the junction of US 98 and US 319 in Crawfordville. When complete, it will connect the St. Marks Historic Railroad Trail to the Ochlockonee Bay Trail

Parking and Trail Access

At the current south end of the trail is the parking lot of the Trinity Lutheran Church

Coastal Trail Reviews

very nice path in great condition

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.

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