Tom Brown Nature Trail




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

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Tom Brown Nature Trail

Tom Brown Park is one of Tallahassee’s largest parks, and is located on the eastern edge of the city off of Capital Circle SE. The park hosts several community events, including Tallahassee’s annual Fourth of July fireworks display. The park’s diverse offerings include a 24-hole disc golf course (the disc golf course has recently been redesigned and now includes amateur and pro tees), racquetball courts, lighted softball fields, baseball fields, sand volleyball courts, soccer fields, outdoor basketball courts, soccer fields, a BMX course, two playgrounds, and a remote control car track.

Tom Brown Park has a nature trail with several loops for walkers along the wooded Eastern edge of the park. There are also a few picnic shelters located along the trails. Click on the links to learn more about the park’s Goose Pond Trail, Lake Leon Trail and Loblolly Trail.

Featured Uses: Running, marathon running, biking, walking, disc-golf, baseball, volleyball, tennis, and basketball. Leashed dogs are permitted on the trail and off-leash dogs can use the nearby fenced dog park.

Park Access: 501 Easterwood Drive, Tallahassee 32311

The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset. For more information about Tom Brown Park, click here.

Amenities: Waterfronts, picnic shelters, playground, basketball, dog park, and restrooms.