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When it comes to trails in Tallahassee, there are a lot of great options for locals to explore. Whether you’re looking for a scenic hike or an activity that will get your heart rate up, check out our top 5 trails that should be on anyone’s list below.
Lafayette Heritage Trail Park
Lafayette Heritage Trail Park is one of the most beautiful places in Tallahassee to take a hike. This park features gorgeous landscapes as well as access to excellent trails and bike routes. It’s also home to plenty of wildlife and a fishing pier, making it a great spot for nature lovers and fishers alike.
R. Alford Greenway
R. Alford Greenway is perfect for those who want to enjoy a breezy picnic or take a hike on the open terrain. The park is well-maintained and provides plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities. Those looking to relax, enjoy the trails or go on a bike ride should absolutely check this place out.
Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway
Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway features fantastic views and a network of trails that are perfect for walking, running, biking or even horseback riding. Visitors appreciate the easy access and parking as well as the open areas that are great for participating in any outdoor activity.
Tom Brown Park
Tom Brown Park is a local favorite thanks to the impressive variety of trails and amenities that this park offers. Those with children enjoy the playgrounds, while dog lovers bring their pups along for a walk or to meet fellow canines at the dog park. The trails are expansive and enjoyed by those looking for a relaxing walk and mountain bikers alike.
San Luis Mission Park
San Luis Mission Park is considered a hidden gem that is home to a beautiful lake and some of the most scenic trails that Tallahassee has to offer. There are plenty of trees that provide ample shade and the trails feature a variety of terrain from natural to boardwalk, making it a great spot for anyone looking to enjoy local trails.
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