The Florida Trail Segment 36: Scott Road Trailhead to FL 20 Trailhead

MODERATE 9 reviews

The Florida Trail Segment 36: Scott Road Trailhead to FL 20 Trailhead is a 3.3 mile point-to-point trail located near Fountain, FL. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking and horses. Horses are also able to use this trail.

3.3 miles 49 feet Point to Point

hiking

horseback riding

Additional info here: http://floridahikes.com/fteconfina (Current as of March 2015)

28 days ago

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5 months ago

this 18 mile trail has a year round waterfall, 2 suspension bridges. numerous areas to stealth camp. 2 hike in only camps with fire rings. spectacular views along the Econfina Creek. Several high bluffs and 2 Steepheads. One Steephead the trail goes down into as the other follows alongside the high ridge. An open praire and the trail enters into several stages of new growth Long Leaf Pine restoration areas.
Most of the trail is easy with several miles considered moderate.
Hikers have experienced sprained ankles and 1 broke leg several miles into the trail.
Volunteers have also located lost hikers at night.
Do not let Florida's flat trails fool you.

hiking
5 months ago

PLEASE NOTE: this 18 mile trail is FOOTPATH only. the horse trail may interact with the hiking trail only at a few areas only.

6 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

Great

10 months ago

After doing other trails in the vecinity, this offers no great views. Great for a jog.

hiking
10 months ago

I thought it was beautiful and very serene! About 2 miles in there is a suspension bridge called "The Two Penny Bridge" beautiful!

hiking
2 years ago

My wife and I only hiked 5.38 in and out miles of this 18-mile section of the Florida Trail, but it was enough that it has inspired us to bring the grandkids for an overnighter in the spring of 2014. We want to come back when the mountain laurel is in full bloom. Our trip today was to view the waterfall where Sweetwater Creek empties into the Econfina Creek and to check the trail out. The Florida Trail folks have outdone themselves in maintaining this trail by providing puncheon bridges, wooden bridges and even a few suspension bridges to keep you high and dry. The trail is an easy walk the whole family can enjoy, but I suggest hiking the trail during the cooler months of the year.