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The Florida National Scenic Trail is a federally-designated, non-motorized, recreation trail that meanders approximately 1,300 miles across some of the most beautiful, unique landscapes in the entire country.


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FNST Mapping Tools - UPDATE

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UPDATE -- The USDA Forest Service is excited to make available an ArcGIS Online map for the Florida National Scenic Trail. This beta version of the map is not designed for navigational purposes. It is intended for planning and management of the FNST and is being updated regularly to reflect the most recent GIS data, including land management boundaries and designated trailheads, parking areas, and campsites. For hiking maps please visit the website of the Florida Trail Association.

Florida Trail featured in How To Do Florida

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The Florida Trail in Ocala National Forest was featured in a recent "How To Do Florida" episode. Check out the episode and get a chance to see the beauty of the Florida Trail first hand!


FTA Trail Operations Report Just Released!

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The 2014-2015 Florida Trail Association Trail Operations Report is just in! Check out the progress the Florida Trail has made this year and learn about more to come. 

Florida Trail 101

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Take a tour of the Florida National Scenic Trail! This interactive presentation takes users on a visual tour of the history, management, and recreation experience of the FNST.


Autumn Activities on the Florida Trail

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Looking for a fall activity in Florida? The Florida Trail has autumn-suitable activities from hiking to water-based recreation activities!

The Florida Trail in the news!

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The FNST has been gaining attention in the news! Here are two articles highlighting the trail in Florida, including one on a thru-hiker and another about a favorite Florida Trail spot!

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