Flagler Trail Econ River - Little Big Econ State Forest

MODERATE 11 reviews

Flagler Trail Econ River - Little Big Econ State Forest is a 5.5 mile out and back trail located near Oviedo, FL and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, horses, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

5.5 miles 39 feet Out & Back

dog friendly

hiking

mountain biking

walking

horseback riding

My favorite hike/bike area - along Econ River I did another hike/bike along my favorite trail. I wanted to find the end of the bike trails. I found the end....it's where the river does a hairpin turn. I also saw the world's biggest spider. It was about 3 inches across. I took a picture but it doesn't show the size very well. That thing was huge!

8 days ago

walking
2 months ago

The trail was very shady and kept clean. At the beginning trail is very narrow, but after about quarter it widen. Trail is kind of boring if you are just walking since it is litally a straight line, might be better riding a mountain bike.

hiking
2 months ago

We loved it. Well shaded areas. The river was really beautiful.

8 months ago

It was a hood path for walking, pretty sights, Biggest spider i had ever seen!!

hiking
8 months ago

Great for pictures. Nice nature walk :)

trail running
8 months ago

Natural Florida in all its trail glory. Flat, wooded rails-to-trails foot/bike/equestrian path. Trail has a few small roots & sandy sections. An easy out-&-back to the Econ River.

Nice trail for beginners, some spot are block cause the weather, but in general is nice to ride, easy when you use all trail map app, you can see where you r going, I do recommend it

hiking
1 year ago

mountain biking
3 years ago

Great trail, lots of palmetto roots and sand which make it difficult. Good views of the river.

hiking
4 years ago

this is a nice long trail i will walk it more i saw a nice size gator

mountain biking
4 years ago

This is 2 trails connected in the middle. I complete part of each trail and went a total of 12 miles. Parts of the trail are currently under water. If you're willing to get wet you can ride or walk through most of the flooded area. You might want to bring some water shoes. Besides the flooding the trail was awesome. a rare treat to find in Central Florida. The attached link is the trail map. There weren't any at the kiosk and it definitely would be handy to have with you.