Featured Bike Trails

Lafayette Heritage Trail ParkMiccosukee Canopy Road Greenway

Tallahassee’s system of paved and unpaved bicycle trails offer riding opportunities for all ages, abilities, and bicycle types! Check out the following parks and trails to get an idea of what it’s like to experience Tallahassee on two wheels.

 


Lafayette Heritage Trail Park

Lafayette Heritage Trail Park. Photo: Kathy Koolman

Frequently referred to as Piney Z for one of the lakes that it cradles, this park is named after its signature naturally-surfaced double-track: Lafayette Heritage Trail (LHT) (easy/intermediate).

Paralleling LHT, mountain bikers will feel at home sending it on Cadillac Trail (intermediate/advanced – some expert options). Alternatively, the winding 1 mile Loblolly Trail (easy/intermediate) can offer some riders a smoother single-track experience. Situated between J.R. Alford Greenway and Tom Brown Park, each with fantastic trails of their own, LHT Park is the ideal place for riders of all ages and abilities to enjoy a day in the woods on two wheels.

Naturally Surfaced Trails – hard packed soil, some aggregate
Suitable for Hybrid Bikes and Mountain Bikes – Road Biking opportunities available along nearby Goose Pond Trail
View/download trail map including parking location and other amenities.
Google Maps directions

Lafayette Heritage Trail Park

Lafayette Heritage Trail Park

Lafayette Heritage Trail Park

 

 


Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway

Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway, Photo:

Between its west terminus at Fleischmann Rd and east terminus at Crump Rd, the Miccosukee Greenway (named after the road which it parallels) undulates through seven miles of wood and pasture, one-way. The greenway trail itself is a naturally-surfaced and multi-use (easy) paralleled by some sections of single-track (intermediate) throughout its length. Trail access, in addition to parking, is available at each end of the greenway in addition to trailheads at Edenfield Rd and Thornton Rd. As always, persons biking should always yield to all other trail users including those on foot and horseback.

Naturally Surfaced Trails – imported aggregate, some hard packed soil
Suitable for Hybrid Bikes and Mountain Bikes – Road Biking opportunities available along nearby Goose Pond Trail
View/download trail maps including parking location and other amenities (East half / West half).
Google Maps directions

Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway

Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway

Miccosukee Canopy Road Greenway

Trail Difficulty Color Code
Easy (Green) - These trails can be enjoyed by anyone! New riders, beginners, and families will find the most comfort on these trails.
Intermediate (Blue) - Trails may have steeper hills and/or natural surfaces with some obstacles, such as roots and ruts, greater than 1" in height.
Advanced (Black) - You will be challenged to stay on your bike up and down these trails. Good fitness and on the bike skill required.
Expert (Black) - Look before you leap! Very experienced users with progressive trail riding experience under their belts only!