Here’s a List of South Florida Hiking Trails
From the Big Cypress National Preserve to Key West. With numerous State Parks and wildlife refuges, you will find excellent opportunities to hike and explore in South Florida and the Florida Keys.
The Florida Everglades offer the outdoor enthusiast everything from easy walks to extended hiking. It’s a unique environment and proper preparation is advised. Be prepared and carry everything you will need including water. Bring lots of water!
Big Cypress Hiking Trails
The Big Cypress National Preserve is an amazing area that offers a multitude of hiking possibilities. You can hike along the designated trails, or you can choose to hike through the unmarked areas. If you choose the latter, be prepared. Always pack a compass, map and gps. There are a number of Florida hiking trails to be found in Big Cypress NP!
Gator Hook Trail (coming soon)
Tree Snail Hammock Nature Trail (coming soon)
Fire Prairie Trail (coming soon)
Upper Keys Hiking Trails
Hiking in the Upper Keys offers some beautiful strolls and hikes through hardwood hammocks and botanical preserves. From Dagny Johnson in north Key Largo to Windley Key in Islamorada, you can find places get out of the crowds.
Middle Keys Hiking Trails
The middle “Keys” offer up some nice and intersting hikes. Historical Crane Point along with the beautiful Curry Hammock and Long Key State Parks make this area a great option for hiking some nature trails.
Golden Orb Trail (coming soon)
Crane Point Nature Trail (coming soon)
Curry Hammock Nature Trail (coming soon)
Layton Trail (coming soon)
Lower Keys Hiking Trails
There are some wonderful places to hike in the lower “Keys”. Big Pine Key and the National Key Deer Refuge offer some interesting options. Here you will find hardwood hammocks, marshlands, pine and palm stands, and a wide variety of wildlife. You can find some short and beautiful Florida hiking trails in the lower Keys.
“For those who venture reverently into the wild places, you will be justly rewarded by those who call it home.” ~ Jim Champion
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