Cycling in Northwest Florida, FL

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  1. This flat, shaded, paved pathway is perfect for riders, cyclists, skaters, walkers, and runners. Choose your distance and enjoy a day on the trail!

    Difficulty
    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    79.5 miles
    Duration
  2. With over 200 miles of trails for biking and hiking, South Walton has something for everyone. The 18.6 mile, paved Timpoochee Trail is a great way to explore this area by bike.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    30.6 miles
    Duration
    The paved trail is 18.6 miles long, one way. There are plenty of opportunities to stop and enjoy the scenery, go shopping, and get something to eat and drink. There are also trails that can be accessed from the paved trail, so you could spend the entire day here.
  3. Zip through sandy white dunes on this flat, speedy ride through the Gulf Islands National Seashore.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    47.4 miles
    Duration
    A three-hour ride is average for start to finish, but distances can be chosen at each rider's discretion.
  4. The St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is a beautiful place for a bike ride, whether you're on a road/triathlon bike, mountain bike, or even a beach cruiser. The 13-mile round trip ride on Lighthouse Road is full of amazing views and excellent wildlife watching, and there are plenty of options to make the ride longer.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    96.8 miles
    Duration
    There are several options to make the ride longer or shorter. You can drive your bike to the visitor center in the wildlife refuge and ride 6.5 miles to the lighthouse and then turn around and ride back for a nice 13 mile ride. Starting in the town of St. Marks and taking Newport Road to Highway 98 and then to the lighthouse will make it approximately 30 miles round trip. You can also start from the St. Marks Trailhead and ride it to Highway 267 or 98 to get to the refuge. This ride will be about 55-60 miles round trip. You will definitely want to spend some time at the lighthouse before you turn around.
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