Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails near Santa Rosa Beach with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

trail running
1 month ago

Great trail to run, biking might be tough in a few lower areas where water collects.

mountain biking
1 month ago

Good trail for around here. Did the full 8 miles and then came back on Timepooche trail on the way in. I disagree with the comment about the Timpooche trail, other then water color, it was plenty wide enough and newly paved around Grayton Beach.

mountain biking
2 months ago

At least 1/2 this trail is fire roads and low on scenery. The area must have had a controlled burn recently, so low foliage is gone and the Longleaf pines were scorched. If your riding this trail, be ready for lots of sand. Have some very fat tires! A much more enjoyable trail is the Blue Trail on the western side of 395 (between 395 and 283). Mostly single track, lots of scenery.

trail running
2 months ago

2 miles of exposed pavement from Seaside.
Bring 2 bucks entry fee. Actually 3 trails with yellow shortest and can add red and orange trails for total of 10-11 miles of trail. I did yellow and red. Red was mostly dirt road and needs new paint on markers. Got feet wet at 2 creeks. Basically a pine tree farm w some other plants, birds..

hiking
4 months ago

Did an 18 mile loop. Very flat, nice view of the lake from the campsite on Eastern Lake. Pack water, not many locations to fill up.

walking
4 months ago

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

hiking
5 months ago

Nice flat little hike.

hiking
6 months ago

It’s a nice hike

mountain biking
6 months ago

mountain biking
8 months ago

I just completed this trail about 40 miles roundtrip. It is paved all the way. The scenry along highway 30-A is really awesome. When you ride through those small communiteis like seaside and others.. you will see a lot of traffic on the path of walkers and bikers.. so you will have to take it slow through those places.

Also, pay attention to the signs, because in several places you will have to cross the road to pick up the trail.. but they do a very good job of posting mile markers and signs along the way.

Easy trail. $2.00 day use fee (honor system) with drop box at trailhead. Flat and sandy with lots of palmettos and pine trees. Excellent for trail running.

walking
8 months ago

Since I am local, only from the next town over, I would say that there is not too much to see here. The bridge was pretty and made for a change of scenery but other than that it was flat sand trails surrounded by palmettos and pine trees. I would consider this trail easy over moderate without a doubt excluding the fact that you can't really different between where this trail ends and the other close by trails begin. There were a few people we passed as we walked.

Ummmm. This is a sidewalk along a road. Yes beautiful ocean views and manicured neighborhoods. Admittedly I only did 2 miles because.... it is a sidewalk

road biking
9 months ago

Great views of the ocean the majority of the way. Well manicured trail. Do the full pull to Panama City Beach if you have a morning to kill.

A bike path you will never forget. Beautiful scenery

Nice easy flat trail. Well marked and I seem to be the only one on the trail whenever I go.

trail running
9 months ago

Topsail is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen! I travel here every year and it is always a serene and beautiful experience! There are coastal dune lake and lots of trails through pine forests. I always see an abundance of wildlife! Hike out to Cambell Lake it is mesmerizing! I read the landscape here is only found in a handful of places in the world! It feels exotic and out of this world!

hiking
9 months ago

I really enjoyed this hike! Walls of long leaf pine trees and a backdrop of saw palmetto! Lead to a beautiful lake!

mountain biking
9 months ago

There are actually 3 loops (yellow, orange & red) with a total distance of ~ 20 miles. Signage could use some improvements. Overall the trails are good and certainly better than riding paved bike trails.

mountain biking
9 months ago

Fun trails through the pines and palmetto bushes. My bike odometer measured 9 mikes over the entire length of the trail. Trails are well marked. Last 1/4 mile is on route 22 and was lose sand.

mountain biking
9 months ago

This was a great park... but you will have to pay to get in. There are paved parts and their are dirt trails as well. I had planned to bike the big loop, but it became much to sandy once I got off the paved roads. So be aware that the unpaved trails are mostly for hiking, not biking. This means the actual paved part of the park that is available for biking is limited and short. you can kinda ride the paved trail over and over as I did to get up to about 10 miles in total.

At the end where you walk onto the beach is actually awesome.. I great place to sit and relax after the bike ride.

backpacking
Sunday, August 13, 2017

I Google Earth measured the highlighted trail section and at most it is 5 to 5.5 miles long, where is the rest of it? I have not actually hiked it yet.

hiking
Saturday, June 03, 2017

Alright trail. Good afternoon outing. Would rate more on the easy side.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Kinda cool.

hiking
Monday, April 24, 2017

Easy trail with ok markings. We hiked it with a 6 year old and the area was easy for him, though a little long. Would do it again!

hiking
Saturday, April 08, 2017

I am SO confused as to how anybody has had a positive experience on this trail. This trail comes close to the worst trail I have ever been on. Perhaps if you are biking instead of hiking it would be better? 1/2 of this trail is dirt road. A dirt road that is frequented by locals that like to blaze down said roads in their jeeps in packs. After the 8th jeep passed me, I was covered in a red halo of dirt from the road. In addition, when the road 'ended' with a big metal pole driven in the middle of it to prevent road traffic, I was surprised to be passed by another jeep that decided to just go around said pole. There is little to no shade on the 'trail'. I have hiked all over this country and have never given a trail two stars, much less one. The last straw was the huge 'doughnut' ruts in the middle of road intersections, along with piles of bottles and beer cans at pull offs from the road... oh I mean trail. I came out here to hike a beautiful trail, and didn't turn around only because it counts towards to Florida Forest service Trailwalker program.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

We explored the red and orange trails. The orange, which isn't mapped on All Trails, is one of the most interesting and well marked trails we've tried! Definitely worth the red trail hike to get there. Bring loads of water as there isn't any available. Enjoy!

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

We happened along this trail while walking down the 30A beach. It has lovely views of the sand dunes and beach. Once in the woods the trail markers are sparse. Bring a trail app or at the very least have your Google maps going. For car-less hikers this trail can get you from the beach on 30A to Walmart on 98.

mountain biking
Friday, March 24, 2017

Took my TREK hybrid with decent tires (somewhat knobby) thru the YELLOW trail. Plenty of sandy areas to be "portaged", but it helps work on bike skills and adds to leg workout.

hiking
Friday, January 27, 2017

mostly road on the 6 mile hike - I was disappointed, however, the puppies loved it!

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