Nestled throughout Walton County are 200 miles of hiking and biking trails winding through state forests, state parks and public-private greenways.
State park and state forest fees may vary so please visit the following websites for current information.
Florida State Parks - www.floridastateparks.org
Florida Division of Forestry - www.fl-dof.com
Great Florida Birding Guide - www.floridaconservation.org
Florida Trail – www.floridatrail.org
YIELD TO PEDESTRIANS — Pedestrians always have the right-of-way.
KEEP RIGHT AND PASS ON LEFT — The trail is like a roadway.
KEEP THE TRAIL CLEAN — Make sure you leave the trail pristine by removing all trash and personal items you brought with you.
BE SAFE AT NIGHT— Cyclists must use head and tail lights after dark.
KEEP PETS UNDER CONTROL — Be sure to check if dogs are allowed on the trail/park before beginning to hike or bike. If dogs are allowed, be sure to keep them on a short leash, walk them on the right-hand shoulder and clean pet waste from the trail. No dogs on the beach, except residents with a valid permit during approved hours.
PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS — It’s the law that a bicycle rider or passenger under 16 years of age must wear a helmet and bicyclists are not allowed to wear headphones at any time.