Florida National Scenic Trail
The Florida National Scenic Trail, better known as the Florida Trail, is a federally-designated, non-motorized recreation trail that meanders approximately 1,500 miles across some of the most beautiful, unique landscapes in the entire country.
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 Florida Trail and is being updated regularly to reflect the most recent GIS data, including land management boundaries and designated trailheads, parking areas, and campsites.
Check out the official Florida Trail Video, Explore the Florida Trail! Learn about what the Florida National Scenic Trail is and get a glimpse of all the amazing possibilities you can find on the Trail.
Natural Community Ecology Along the Florida Trail is a collection of story maps detailing unique ecological topics, region by region. The regional components highlight interesting natural communities in their areas, share interpretive information, high-quality photos, and connect users to sections of trail that they can explore.
National Trail System Training Video
While this training video is geared towards Forest Service staff, anyone is likely to learn a thing or two about congressionally designated National Scenic and Historic trails.
Your Florida Trail
Explore Your Florida Trail Story Map, which takes a deeper look at the Florida Trail.
What is the Florida National Scenic Trail?
What is the Florida National Scenic Trail? How is it managed? What does it look like? Check out the FTA's video to answer all these questions and more!
Adventure on the Florida Trail!
In search of your next Florida adventure? Check out these combination paddle and hike trip suggestions that explore the most beautiful wild lands along the Florida Trail!