Miccosukee Greenway Trail




Skill Level


  •  ATV
  •  Bike
  •  Equestrian
  •  Hike
  •  Paddle
  •  Motorcycle
  •  Mountain Bike
  •  Run
  •  Walk

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  •  Paved
  •  Unpaved
  •  Water
Miccosukee Greenway Trail

From flat and open to hilly, wooded and twisty, this trail (and several side trails) offers a variety of challenges for all skill levels along with diverse scenery. There are a total of four trailheads—two on Miccosukee Road, one on Fleischman Road and one on Crump Road.

Located along Tallahassee’s eastern border is one of the most unique greenway and open spaces in North Florida. The Miccosukee Greenway consists of a linear design covering over 8 miles of greenway adjacent to the historical Miccosukee Canopy Road. Part of the conceptual plan for this greenway was to serve as a buffer from every encroaching development. This is to protect all the living treasures, the sites of several turn of the century homes that were once visible, an 1800’s cemetery and, hints of earlier trade roads that cross hatch the property.

This is not a dedicated mountain bike area, but trails range from well-maintained gravel lanes to narrow single-track winding through North Florida oak woods.

Featured Uses: Walking, running, nature watching, cycling, and equestrian. Leashed dogs are permitted.

Access: Four trailheads Entrances at Thornton Rd (5948 Miccosukee Rd), Edenfield Rd (5600 Miccosukee Rd), Crump Rd (no specific address), and Fleischmann Rd (1951 Fleischmann Rd.)

Amenities: Canopy trails, open space, mountain bike and equestrian trails, restrooms (at the Edenfield Rd. trailhead) and portable units (at all other trailheads), water fountains (at all but Crump Rd. trailhead), picnic tables, and benches.