Santa Rosa Beach Hike
Beach hike in Gulf Islands National Seashore
There are miles of hiking opportunities throughout the Gulf Islands National Seashore. In the Florida District there are over 35 miles of designated trails and in the Mississippi District at Davis Bayou there are 2 miles of trails. In addition you can walk miles on the beautiful white sandy beaches. Guided trails help hikers discover the park's natural resources.
This part of the 1300-mile Florida National Scenic Trail begins at nearby historic Fort Pickens and follows the old oyster shell path through the Fort Pickens Campground and then follows the beach each to the park boundary.
Directions: Google Directions
Gulf Islands ational Seashore is in Florida and Mississippi and both districts are south of Interstate 10. In Florida use Exit 12 to I-110 or Exit 22 to the Garcon Point Bridge to US Highway 98
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|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|19||Blackwater Heritage State Trail||Westernmost rail trail in the state|
|20||Juniper Creek Trail||Parallels Juniper Creek in northwest Florida|
|30||Jackson Red Ground Trail||Blackwater River State Forest in northwest Florida|
|36||Wiregrass Trail||Blackwater River State Forest in Northwest Florida|
|50||Open Pond Trail||Trail through the southern end of Conecuh National Forest|