Explore the most popular nature trips trails in Florida with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

I enjoyed the local trail with the mixed terrain. It’s a great hike to do with friends or after work

Another nice hike on a Saturday morning.

Went in March and there weren’t any mosquitos. This trail is interesting. It’s an out and back with a loop in the middle. It crosses train tracks and has a couple of bridges. Mostly covered though a small portion is open. I would imagine this trail wouldn’t be good for trail running because majority of the trail ground has unearthed tree roots. Kid friendly. Brought my 3 and 4 year old and they did okay.

Small but excellent walkways and views.

family loved it

Beautiful trail. Plenty of birds and wildlife. The blue loop is well marked but be careful on the yellow loop. You can easily go off trail like I did. The maps to the trail are kept in the black box on the trail information board in the parking. The yellow loop extends into other sections that are not marked on the map.

Very well maintained. Trail is well marked.

nature trips
2 days ago

Lots of different options and combinations for trails meaning that you could come back multiple times and have different experiences. Interesting. Would like to come back. Kid friendly too. I brought my 3 and 4 year old and they enjoyed it.

Easy to find, easy parking and well maintained. Also has a covered picnic area by a play park for the kids to enjoy.

must have recently had a controlled burn.

I don’t think it was a moderate hike it was pretty easy but it was gorgeous!

3 days ago

We took my 60+ parents and our 9, 6 year old. We had a great time and were impressed with the elevation level for Florida. The only down side was the trail was right by the road taking away some of the illusion of being off in nature.

3 days ago

Visiting near Jacksonville and Trail app directed me here. Met some hikers finishing up and recommended white/yellow trails. Nice trails meandering in woods/along creek. Easy hike with a mixture of sand and pine floors.
Evidence of horses, nice wide trails. Plenty of room for animals and man
These trails were tucked away and glad I found it on the Trails app

This park was a development project that was shut down by the government because of endangered habitat. The path was the road going in to the neighborhood. Looks like the road was intentionally torn up. Two loops. Long loop seems to always be closed. No park staff.

This is now one of my favorite trails.

Great trail although I got a little lost But would definitely visit again !!!

I stopped here on my way home from work. Found a beautiful lookout on the Myakka River and enjoyed a brisk walk under the tree canopies.

4 days ago

Lots of wildlife. Perfect for nature lovers.

mountain biking
4 days ago

I biked the Panther Point Trail. Really nice trail to mountain bike. A lot of great scenery along Lake Hancock. It dead ends at the 5 mile marker so it's approximately 10 miles round-trip. The gators were abundant today and many varieties of birds along the shoreline.

4 days ago

I really enjoyed this walk. The lake was beautiful. Enjoyed a lunch with my girlfriend.

4 days ago

Great day hike out to the spring. Planning a weekend stay around the spring loop soon.

trail running
5 days ago

Trail bridges are closed on the paved portion and trees have fallen and blocked the path through the woods... very disappointing

Nice day for a hike. We saw a pileated woodpecker and a wild pig.

Being a trail runner from up north, entire Yamato scrub area is as good as it gets in south Florida. You can run on pavement, sand or pine straw and all trails eventually lead back to the main walkway. Winding side trails are my favs, running single track over a nice soft surface. No street crossings, cars or noise (maybe a little noise) to distract you.

it's ok if you take a compass with you. got lost many times. where there are maps it should say YOU are here! ill never go back . too many nicer easier parks to enjoy

Park at Yamato scrub area on Clint Moore and head south. It gets tricky at Yamato; cross the street and go across railroad tracks to pick it up again. I use it as a running trail to Glades and back and finish with a loop around scrub area.

Was a very entertaining cave tour, plus my wife and I had a great time exploring the Bluff trail afterwards. We had Robinson as our guide.

Great palms & not much people

nice little nature trail. near where Menendez slaughtered the French.

The lake and the history on dugout canoes are both more than worth the hike.

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