San Felasco Hammock Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Gainesville, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
*Marker is for hikers.* Unmatched for its quality of cross-country biking in the state of Florida, San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park offers almost 20 miles of single-track trails. Hikers have options both north and south of Millhopper Road in loops from 1-6 mi. http://www.sanfelasco.net/ Map for bikes is here. http://www.sanfelasco.net/docs/SanFelascoBikeTrails10-2011.pdf Trailhead directions for bikes is here: http://www.sanfelasco.net/docs/Directions_north_entrance.pdf
This is my favorite trail in Florida.
Hot. Not much to see. But, hey, it's Florida. Good luck finding a great trail anywhere in the whole state.
Check for ticks after! Very nice trail through woods. There are some moderate hills. There are a few trails in the San Felasco Park. Off of 53rd (Millhopper Road) Avenue there is a trail north and south of 53rd. There is another access for off-road biking and horseback of 441 (North). Both are excellent trails.
Only went on one trail but it was a good hike and the swampy land was beautiful. I recommend this trail.
There are over 50 miles of single track trails here at San Felasco Hammock and though they are used mainly for horseback riding & mt biking, they are great for hiking. Just yield to bikers. Weekdays are best to avoid mt bike traffic. I believe the trails here are some of the finest in the State. And if you're a mt biker, you will love this place.
I rode about 10 miles of the trails. They are excellent for cross country mountain biking with pretty good flow and not too technical.
great mountain biking place and you can hike too. I hiked the entire park by now.. many deers all over, wild rabbits. very cute place indeed.
Nice trail network! The trails are very well marked and there's always signs pointing back to the parking lot so it's pretty hard to get lost in it. There's only one trailhead that leads to everything, and the twin bridges nearing the furthest point out is a nice resting spot with picnic tables, so packing a lunch might be a good idea.