If you're a Florida paddling enthusiast, you might know that the Florida Circumnavigational Paddling Trail ...
- Is the longest paddling trail in the continental United States at 1,550 miles!
- Starts near the Florida / Alabama border near Pensacola
- Continues around the entire coastline of Florida
- Terminates at Fort Clinch near the Florida / Georgia border
You may also know ...
| Big Lagoon State Park Boardwalk |
But did you know that ...
- Designated by the Florida Legislature as part of the Florida Greenways and Trails System in 2005
- The trail is divided into 26 segments so that you can enjoy small sections which are easy to paddle at one time
- More than 150 state, county and local trails are adjacent to or near the Circumnavigational Trail for you to visit & enjoy
- The trail highlights 37 of Florida's 41 aquatic preserves, 20 national parks, seashores, wildlife refuges and marine sanctuaries, 47 Florida state parks and more than 100 local parks
- Includes almost 80 primitive campsites and numerous full-service campgrounds and motels
- The Florida Circumnavigational Paddling Trail was named a national recreation trail in 2007 by the United States Department of Interior
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