Looking for a great trail near Palm Coast, Florida? AllTrails has 13 great hiking trails, views trails, walking 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 Ravine Gardens 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 9 easy trails in Palm Coast ranging from 1.9 to 8.8 miles and from 0 to 29 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
2 days ago

Awesome views. Beautifully maintained.

hiking
29 days ago

Nice, flat trail. Good for all ages, plenty of shade. Close enough to the road and homes it doesn't quite feel like a hike. All in all, nice easy walk.

hiking
flooded
1 month ago

Not bad flooding but you'll get socks and pants soaked. In between the two bridges

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful soft sand trail! Bring water

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail for someone looking for a very short walk, especially older people or younger kids. Flat terrain, 2 docks with great views of the pond. Plenty of shade for hotter days.

mountain biking
muddy
off trail
1 month ago

First quarter-mile follows the Mala Compra Hiking Trail before splitting off and heading toward the beach. There's a boardwalk through an open wetland too. You can also drive and park down by the beach and explore from the opposite direction.

Well-maintained straight-forward trail through the woods near the ocean but not necessarily a lot to see. It parallels a neighborhood road for the first quarter-mile and then turns into a better hike. There's also a mountain bike area out here, but for the most part the trails are separate though close to each other. There's no parking at the north trail head itself (on the east side of A1A) but there's plenty across the road at a county or city park. There's also an entrance at the south end of the trail with no parking but you might be able to use the lot at Publix more or less across the street.

Pretty good hike/walk. The north end of the trail was a little more enjoyable through the woods and a little bit of an open area on the east where it's a little eerie walking through a forest of mostly dead trees bent by the wind. The south end passes through the garden and a series of ponds. There's a lot to see here and worth the $5 or so admission. There's also a nice beach on the other side of A1A that's part of the park.

hiking
1 month ago

The rating may depend on how far you go on this trail. At one point I thought it might turn into a 4 but then I thought a 3 before settling on a 2 and wish I could have given 2.5. The first 2 miles or so aren't bad, but much of it runs on a dirt track along a canal with houses on the other side. There's also a portion on a boardwalk through the swamp which is probably the best part. That part might not even be accessible during the summer months if it weren't for the boardwalk. But after a little over two miles, the trail hits the road and basically continues as a sidewalk that leads to a couple of other parks. I followed it in one direction toward the Linear Park Trail but there wasn't anything to see except cars traveling down the road and the occasional bicyclist. If you're looking for a nice place to bike, or get a little exercise, this is probably a good spot with a mix of hard-packed dirt, boardwalk and sidewalks further along. But I don't know if it qualifies as a true hiking trail between all of the houses, lawn mowers, and traffic from nearby roads. There is a short loop around the lake at the main parking area off Old Kings Road that doesn't show up on the AllTrails app.The east entrance to this area on Colbert Lane, which has mountain biking too, has a more enjoyable hiking trail away from the residential areas.

mountain biking
2 months ago

A good moderate ride with A very tough section for more technical riding. The trail is well maintained and marked. About 5.5 miles should Nile track loop.

It took my pregnant friend and I about 3 hours to do the entire park without any stops. There are places you can bring your pets and ride your bikes but there are some areas that are off limits to both. We couldn’t find the coquina beach but we saw some cute turtles and armadillos and even found an old bench to sit on and watch the water.

hiking
2 months ago

Great trail, nice wood walkways over the swamp!

Lovely trail. Be sure to check out the beach with the coquina after you are done with the nature trail. It’s across the street from the park and your admission to the park will allow you to park there. Wear closed toe shoes to the beach so you can climb the awesome coquina rocks comfortably.

Great running trail, go "wrong" way to see oncoming bikers. Stay alert lots of exposed roots and stuff waiting to trip you! Several opportunities to access the perimeter trail, which is flat and direct. I parked at the Publix across 16th Rd and nobody seemed to notice or care. Also, they make an excellent Roast Beef sub and potato wedges.

hiking
bugs
muddy
over grown
5 months ago

Short trail, very muddy half way through from rain and grass next to muddy area is very overgrown and has a lot of mosquitoes.

hiking
bugs
6 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

Holy Mackerel we got lost, turned around, climbed over a barb wire fence and finally found a neighborhood guard to help point us in the direction of the parking lot with our car! Only trail sign we found said "4.5 miles"! Felt like 45 miles! I'm 56 and my husband is 60! Turned out to be quite an adventure! Lol

mountain biking
6 months ago

Easy trail with decent scenery along the wooded paths. Great to ride on over the Waterfront park and down to bridge. Really easy ride, we did 10.3 miles in a loop one mid morning.

Clean, well-maintained, very nice trail. Highly recommend

hiking
7 months ago

Well defined and maintained hiking trail, plenty of shade. No spectacular vistas, just a nice walk in the woods.

hiking
8 months ago

Part of Graham Swamp s dedicated to walking trails. The other part is mountain biking. The mountain biking trails are pretty incredible for this area and really we maintained and developed by locals. The walking trails are just okay. Very flat and simple. Not scenic.

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