Chris Hamilton

Orlando

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  1. Cady Way Trail - Cycling

    Orlando

    The Cady Way Trail is a 6.5 mile long trail through Orlando, Florida. With plenty of other local trails to connect to, it is a great way to see the city.

  2. Charles H. Bronson State Forest - Backpacking/Camping

    Orlando

    One of the best stretches of the Florida Trail can be found at Charles H. Bronson State Forest in Christmas, Florida. With easy to access trailheads, water crossings and campsites, it is a great location for your next backpacking trip in Central Florida.

  3. Chuluota Wilderness Area - Trail Running

    Orlando

    The Chuluota Wilderness area offers 2 loops, the East Loop (2.7 miles) and West Loop (2.6 miles) as well as a short section of the Florida Trail.

  4. Chuluota Wilderness Area - Hiking

    Orlando

    The Chuluota Wilderness Area offers 2 loops, the East Loop (2.7 miles) and West Loop (2.6 miles) as well as a short section of the Florida Trail.

  5. Chuluota Wilderness Area - Mountain Biking

    Orlando

    The Chuluota Wilderness Area offers 2 loops, the East Loop (2.7 miles) and the West Loop (2.6 miles) which can be combined into a 6 mile stretch of Mountain Biking trails in Chuluota Florida.

  6. Hal Scott Regional Preserve - Backpacking/ Camping

    Orlando

    The Hal Scott Preserve is a 9,300 acre section of land near Avalon Park with 3 hiking loops and 2 primitive campsites, perfect for a weekend camping getaway.

  7. Hal Scott Regional Preserve - Hiking

    Orlando

    Hal Scott Preserve is a 9,300 acre section of land near Avalon Park in Orlando Florida. With 3 hiking loops available it is a great local spot for a day hike.

  8. Hal Scott Regional Preserve - Mountain Biking

    Orlando

    Hal Scott Preserve is a 9,300 acre section of land near Avalon Park in Orlando Florida with nearly 17 miles of trails for you to check out that are great for beginner mountain biking.

  9. Hal Scott Regional Preserve - Trail Running

    Orlando

    Hal Scott Preserve is 9,300 acres of land near Avalon Park in Orlando Florida. With nearly 17 miles of trails you will have plenty of distance to enjoy your run in an area that many people do not know about.

  10. Lake Griffin State Park - Flat Water Paddling

    Orlando

    Lake Griffin State Park in Fruitland Park, Florida is relatively small, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in easy access to the Dead River and Lake Griffin.

  11. Lake Louisa State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    Orlando

    Lake Louisa State Park is located in Clermont Florida. With 23 miles of trails and two primitive campsites is it a great place to go backpacking.

  12. Lake Louisa State Park - Flat Water Paddling

    Orlando

    Lake Louisa State Park is located in Clermont Florida. With 3 easily accessible lakes it is a great place to go canoeing, kayaking, or Stand Up Paddleboarding.

  13. Lake Louisa State Park - Hiking

    Orlando

    Lake Louisa State Park is located in Clermont, Florida. With 23 miles of trails roaming around several lakes and even rolling along some hills, it is the perfect place for a day hike.

  14. Lake Louisa State Park - Mountain Biking

    Orlando

    Lake Louisa State Park is located in Clermont Florida. With 23 miles of multi-use trails with fun ups and downs, it is great place for mountain biking.

  15. Lake Louisa State Park - Trail Running

    Orlando

    Lake Louisa State Park is located in Clermont, FL. With 23 miles of trails over hills and around several lakes it makes for an enjoyable and challenging location for trail running.

  16. Lake Monroe Conservation Area - Mountain Biking

    Orlando

    Lake Monroe Conservation Area is a 7,000 acre area near Sanford Florida. With 3 loops of hard-packed sand and grass, it is a fun place for mountain biking.

  17. Econlockhatchee River - Flat Water Paddling

    Orlando

    The Econlockhatchee (Econ) River snakes it’s way through 54.5 miles of central Florida. It is a great river for people who are looking for a place to do some canoeing or kayaking, but would rather avoid the crowds at a local state park.

  18. Little Econ Greenway Trail - Cycling

    Orlando

    The Little Econ Greenway Trail is 7.4 miles in length and takes you along a stretch of river in East Orlando. Along the way you’ll pass areas with places to fish, picnic tables to relax, bike racks, restrooms and water fountains, and basically everything you could need on a ride or run.

  19. Katie Landing at Lower Wekiva River - Flat Water Paddling

    Orlando

    Katie Landing in the Lower Wekiva River Preserve State Park is an easy way to access the Wekiva River. If you're looking for an easy way to go canoeing or kayaking in Sanford, Florida, this is the spot for you.

  20. Lower Wekiva River Preserve State Park - Hiking

    Orlando

    The Lower Wekiva River Preserve State Park is located in Sanford Florida and includes two sections of different trails all of which take you just outside of the Seminole State Forest.

  21. Orlando Wetlands Park - Mountain Biking

    Orlando

    The Orlando Wetlands Park is 1,650 acres of hardwood hammocks, marshes, and lakes located in Christmas, Florida. With 18 miles of double-track surrounded by alligators and birds it is a great place for a ride.

  22. Rock Springs Run State Reserve - Hiking

    Orlando

    Rock Run Springs Reserve is a 14,000 acre stretch of land located in Sorrento, Florida and has over 17 miles of trails for you to explore.

  23. Secret Lake and Triplet Lake - Flat Water Paddling

    Orlando

    Located in Casselberry, FL, Secret Lake and Triplet Lake provide calm waters with easy access, perfect for flat water paddling.

  24. Seminole State Forest - Backpacking/Camping

    Orlando

    Seminole State Forest includes an 8 mile stretch of the Florida Trail, 2 additional loop trails, and 3 primitive campsites in Sorrento Florida.

  25. Seminole State Forest - Hiking

    Orlando

    Seminole State Forest includes an 8 mile stretch of the Florida Trail and 2 additional loop trails. All of the trails take you through interesting and diverse ecosystems and over water crossings and foot bridges.