Looking for a great trail near Ormond Beach, Florida? AllTrails has 8 great kid friendly trails, walking trails, dogs leash trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Hontoon Island State Park or De Leon Springs State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Central Park or Mala Compra Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 7 easy trails in Ormond Beach ranging from 0.7 to 14.1 miles and from 6 to 19 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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I saw a herd of baby boar off the side of the trail. very secluded and serene. some muddy spots throughout.

Drive down A1A right next to the Atlantic Ocean. Plenty of places to stop and pull over either for pictures or to walk on the beach. There are almost no condos beach side except for the southern end at Ormond. You’ll find a few of the small seafood restaurants the further north you go. The drive runs through North Peninsula State Park and the Gamble Rogers State Recreation Area too.

Nice hike on a beautiful day. Was a bit muddy in a few spots but could walk around them.

hiking
2 months ago

nice walk with kids. we fed the squirrels and looked at plants. It's paved the whole way and part of it was like normal sidewalks along residential streets. I would do it with kids or for easy exercise, but it's not what I look for in an actual hike. clean bathrooms and clearly marked path. with kids -4 stars without kids- 3 stars

Few muddy patches and some Pygmy rattlers on the loop near the end. The loop and the extension of the trail are not on this map

hiking
3 months ago

Awesome city park. Super clean restrooms at the beginning middle and end with water fountains. As others have mentioned there are sections where you walk along residential streets but it’s relatively brief and the trade off is a great safe place to take your pets and children. At the loop section around the lake there is a playground as well as restrooms and a community garden. Lots of wooden bridges, paved pathways and water views. Not what I would consider a hiking trail but rather a beautifully maintained park. It is also a fitness trail with exercise machines or bars/rails along the majority of the route. Mostly shaded, lots of shaded parking and tons of squirrels that are so acclimated to humans that they want to be fed by hand, pick up a few acorns along the way to feed them if that’s your thing. Someone places peanuts along the trail for them on fence ledges and in nooks so you’ll likely see one or more toting around a peanut. Turtles are abundant in the water as are birds in the sky. Easy to find, you cannot get lost and everyone was super friendly. I took a ton of photos while recording the trail but before I got back to the car the phone crapped out so they were lost, if I can add them I will. We enjoyed it

fishing
3 months ago

A very nice trail around the lake a few good views of the fountain and there a docks for fishing and bird and turtle watching

hiking
3 months ago

Short nature walk that takes you near the mammoth Fairchild Oak through a typical Florida hammock and near s groundwater spring

Really just a spur of the much longer Bulow Woods trail. There's a small parking area off of Walter Boardman Lane though so this can be accessed directly without having to do the entire hike from one of the other trailheads. It takes you a short walk out to an observation platform on the pond.

4 months ago

It was a nice walk. not too long. We did not see much other than squirrels. It is shady and accessible.

road biking
5 months ago

it's a road bike path/street. contrary what most the pics are of or represent, this is not a trail. true it's one lot away from the beach....but still a bike path/street

Fairchild oak to bulow plantation. Green bypass cutting off yellow loop.

hiking
over grown
6 months ago

Good hike. Trail is a little overgrown and there’s quite a few down limbs/ palm fronds from Dorian, but other than that, the trail is quite manageable. We saw a couple trail bikers out, and other than that no one. Very few bugs/mosquitos bothered us.

hiking
7 months ago

Nice city park that is spread out over a few blocks with a paved trail that winds around several small lakes and along the outskirts of a couple of neighborhoods. There's parking at several locations and places to fish or take a boat out. Good place to go after work or on a weekend morning. The only down side was the trail runs along the road at a few points, but on a Saturday or Sunday morning they aren't high-traffic areas. Most of the trail is away from all of that anyway, and some sections are boardwalk.

road biking
8 months ago

1st time riding trail. Got rained on. Took cover under a tree.

hiking
bugs
8 months ago

Not really a hike, just a walk through the park. The trail starts outside Tomoka State Park as the Woodham Woods Trail, which is paved all the way to the park entrance (about a mile) where it crosses over a road. From that point, you're basically following the main park road all the way to the north end of park where Chief Tomoka's statue is. It's really not a bad walk, and you might run into a few deer like I did, but if you're looking for an even mild wilderness adventure this isn't it.

Not a hike or even a trail. It's the dirt road the circles through the campground. All you're likely to see are people with their tents or RVs, and some kids riding their bikes. So if you're looking for a place to camp with electrical hookups, restrooms, and it looked like showers, this is it. Maybe even as a base camp for a trip to the beach, but not a hiking trail.

Not much here really. The trail really starts near the Chief Tomoka statue at the end of the park road and winds through a wooded area near an inlet from the Halifax River, NOT from the park store where the map says its does. You could start from the abandoned museum across the road from the store though. The sign says the nature trail is half a mile, but this map (and my recording) follows a dirt road out to a picnic and fishing area. That portion is exactly that: a dirt road with places off to both sides for people to fish. Somewhat surprisingly though I ran into a couple of deer out here and I saw several in the park.

good trail. great wildlife. careful of bridges some of the boards are lose.

hiking
11 months ago

Good mileage. Well maintained.

Lovely hike under the canopy. No mud or bugs this time of year. Would do it again!

Good trail flat

Nice ride/drive anytime of year

hiking
Tue Mar 26 2019

The trail is well marked and gives you a great chance to experience what old coastal Florida was like. The trail can be impassable or closed during rainy season. Bugs might be to much for most during the summer. The trail map is only partially accurate. I have added a picture of the actual trail map. This trail connects on the south end with Fairchild Oaks trail. It has two side trails, one of which goes to Boardman Pond.

Pretty good trail. Spotted a Pileated Woodpecker near the marsh. Found a Bald Eagle nest across the marsh as well. Dropped a waypoint at the spot to stop and look across.

Real nice trail with some length options. I did the 5.2 mile lollipop loop out to the Cisco Rapids. No bugs or standing water.

Beautiful and interesting scenery. Trail is easy to follow.

hiking
bugs
muddy
off trail
over grown
Thu Feb 07 2019

Lots of amazing views on this walk, came across a nice bridge that gave an awesome view of a prairie/wetland. Perfect for someone looking for a local trail with length and lots of different habitats.

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