Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway
Red Hills Region of northern Florida
The Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway parallels six miles of Tallahassee's historic canopy roads through 500 acres of the Red Hills Region of northern Florida. The trail traverses rolling hills in mixed hardwood and pine forests, interspersed with several large pastures reflecting its agricultural background. Along the trail, users may observe over 46 species of birds, including ibis, egrets, and herons, Sherman's fox squirrel, and a variety of plants and wildflowers.
5.5 miles of multi-use trails (hard-packed clay and mulch)
Directions: Google Directions
From Interstate 10, take Exit 209 west. Turn right on Edenfield Road to Miccosukee Road. From Tallahassee, take Miccosukee Road east to Edenfield Road. Parking area is on left hand side of Miccosukee Road.
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|4||Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park Trails||Former plantation lands at the foot of the Red Hills district|
|10||Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail||From Tallahassee to St. Mark|
|16||Leon Sinks Geological Area||Water filled caves beneath your feet|
|23||Mounds Pool Interpretive Trail||St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge|
|31||The Florida Trail in the Apalachicola National Forest||Some of the most remote hiking on the Florida Trail|