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

great trail well manta gorgeous views

Great walking trail. This trail has several photogenic locations if you cross the lake and walk to the wooden bridge over the railroad tracks. I went during mid-spring and the lighting and greenery were simply amazing.

hiking
1 month ago

Great walk. Awesome view.

We enjoyed this short trail. The steepheads are interesting and the bridges over the creek are nice. We didn’t see any remains from the Butler Mill site but the trip is worth it just to see the Indian mounds just before the trail.

Relaxing trail great for running.

This trail is a true North Florida gem! Needs a little maintenance but still a great trail. Did the outer loop (4.5 miles) which started with the Sinks Trail and connected to the Gum Swamp Trail to get the maximum distance.

My favorite trail in Tallahassee. The dog loves it too. Usually not busy, great views of the lake.

on Munson Hills Trail

3 months ago

Great moderate trail, few roots and marginal elevation rises. My wife and I love the open pine forest terrain!

Nice easy trail with just the right changes in terrain and scenery. The Tupelo Swamp was the highlight of hike.

backpacking
3 months ago

A hidden gem close to Tallahassee. Very well blazed orange loop. Backpacking the outer loop will give you a moderate 4.5 miles in and 4.5 miles out., if you camp on the site on the center loop. The primitive camp sites are on Lake Talquin and do not have any facilities, but do have a fire ring and a bench. You can easily hike in after lunch and out by lunch the next day. The trail is a moderate or easy/rolling loop with lots of short bridge crossings over streams. Plenty of places to purify water if needed but the hike is short enough that you can carry enough water to get in and out.

This is a pretty good trail, but I would not consider it to be moderate difficulty. It’s an easy stroll. We took our dog as well.

walking
4 months ago

This trail is very wide and open but some sections have a more narrow walking trail just to the side where you will be more in the woods. Views of the water throughout but you don't get very close to it. We went on a cold but sunny winter day and had a great time. This trail connects to others in the area - Tom Brown park and Lafayette Heritage Trail)

Great trail! Feels like you are way out in the woods even though you are in town.

hiking
4 months ago

Trail was quiet and easy to follow, with nice scenery. Was pleasantly surprised! Wasn’t quite sure where to park based on directions from All Trails, so picked up a map at the gate entrance which was incredibly helpful. Parked on the side of the road down past the equestrian field and entered the trail from there. Map was helpful on hike as well.

trail running
4 months ago

Very nice Trail - few technical areas. Not much elevation changes. Great views of the lake.

Easy, well-taken care of trail around two lakes lakes. Had a nice slow walk looking at some wildlife and interesting mushrooms. Not too spidery although it is December. There is a beach and picnic area that is a pretty peaceful place to hangout. I'll definitely be back in the warmer months to swim.

Beautiful hike during the fall and winter months

hiking
5 months ago

Based on previous reviews I was a bit nervous since I was hiking it alone. I found the maps at the trailhead helpful and comforting. There are clear distinctions between foot and equine with some crossover. Choosing the central loop for a day hike I took east entrance. Quiet and well marked that is until I approached the primitive campground sign. I lost the trail here and was definitely anxious over that. I have to assume the hurricane season has had some effect, three uprooted trees seen. Departing the primitive site, which was a quite lovely view of the lake with a fire ring and picnic table, I lost the trail again. Fortunately the equine trail crossing helped me pick it back up. Saw four white tailed deer frolicking. Equine trails were rather busy.

trail running
6 months ago

Great trail running spot!

nice trail. gravel and dirt well maintained by the county. plenty of ups and downs. good for the whole family and the dog. more of a walk than a hike.

Nice and fast

Nice flat rail trail. Headed south and very little traffic. I'd suggest taking a partner with you as some areas are remote (hardwood trees making the trail not visible to the local traffic).

No trees

mountain biking
7 months ago

This is a nice trail, however... if you are like me and just used to doing road cycling on straight paved roads, this will be a bit tougher as the trail is sandy and has some hills. So I wasn't used to that at all, but look forward to going back and being able to handle it better each time.

Also, it had just rained slightly and I didn't see that as a problem, but it was because the pathway became just a bit softer and on some of the hills going down I was slipping a bit.

nice trail well marked

hiking
8 months ago

A lovely trail. I did take the advice of Charles a previous Writer. At about 1.3 miles I got a little confused, and could not see the orange signs on the trees. So I decided to turn around and go back even though I really was about halfway through the trail. Call good. glad I did. When I turned around I was totally in the forest as Charles described. I took a few moments to the deep breath found a little creekthat I've been walking the sides and found my way back. To the trail. Did I mention it was starting to rain? So lovely trail I wish I'd seen the lake but there's always next time. There are lots of ups and downs and little
Bridges.

It was alright when I went back in June. The sinks were a nice blue color and there is a small cave that was pretty neat. Just be prepared for a LOT of bugs during the summertime and the typical Florida heat.

hiking
9 months ago

Trails is poorly taken care of and the three dollar fee is a dot steep for what you get. Hopefully they put the three bucks per person into equipment and manpower to remove the brush/fallen tree blocking the trail returning it into a loop.

Super fun and quick trail with a great centralized parking lot giving access to three separate trail heads. The parking lot also includes tools, a pump, and bike wash station. A lot of neat features to play around on and surprising elevations changes for the South Georgia/North Florida area.

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