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Flagler County Trail - The trail runs along A1A in Flagler County from the northern county line at Marineland through Palm Coast to the southern county line at Flagler Beach.

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Flagler County Trail

Historic Jungle Trail - The Historic Jungle Trail is an 8-mile sandy road on Orchid Island - a barrier island along the Indian River north of Vero Beach. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, it was originally built in the 1920's so citrus growers could move their produce.

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Historic Jungle Trail

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge - a Florida eco-biking destination. We rate this is a top eco-biking destination due to its unique character and beauty. Established in 1963 as part of the development of Canaveral (John F. Kennedy) Space Center, the refuge consists of 140,000 acres including coastal dunes, marshes, scrub, pine flatwoods, and hardwood hammocks that provide habitat for more than 1,500 species of plants and animals. The dike roads are unpaved and may be shared with cars, but great for wildlife viewing and bird watching.

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Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge

New Smyrna Beach - A favorite among many Orlando area residents - a great town for biking and beach biking (at low tide). The beach is open to motor vehicle traffic so be careful of the cars, and also for pedestrians and children darting in and out.

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New Smyrna Beach

Ormond Scenic Loop - Although not our preferred off-road trail biking, we include the 30+ mile Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail due to its proximity to several state, county and city parks, historic sites, and beaches. This is actually a double loop that follows mostly lightly traveled roads, with varied scenery from ocean, to marsh, to oak canopy, along creeks and waterways - but also homes and businesses.

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Ormond Scenic Loop

Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area - a Florida eco-biking destination. The area is located along the St. Johns River in Christmas (east of Orlando). About 22 miles of mostly hard-packed roads within the WMA are bikeable for fat-tire bikes. Mostly sunny, some shade; better as a cool weather ride.

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Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area

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