Parks and Preservation
Trails Main Page
TRAIL CLOSURE - THE FLAGLER TRAIL BRIDGE LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ECON RIVER IS CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO PENDING REPAIRS. ALL TRAIL USERS ARE ADVISED TO USE CAUTION AND AVOID USING THIS BRIDGE UNTIL REPAIRS ARE COMPLETE. FOR ADDITONAL INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT 407-349-0769.
The Award Winning Seminole County Trail system is comprised of three Showcase paved trails, Seminole Wekiva Trail , Cross Seminole Trail and the Kewannee Trail as well as one Showcase unpaved trail, the Flagler Trail. Much of the trail system follows the Florida National Scenic Trail.
All paved trails consist of 12' - 14' wide asphalt. Amenities on the paved trails include benches and trash receptacles. Click on the individual showcase trail above to go to its page to find out more about each individual trail and Trailheads. Trailheads are linked to interactive maps on each individual page.
Leisure Services Guide
Check out the latest Guide for information on parks, trails, classes, programs and more!!
Trail User Survey
Please take a moment to let us know how are trails are being used and what we can do to improve them. Thank you for your time and enjoy the trails!!!
Mountain Bike Trail
Construction Updates - Through this link, click on the Project Type dropdown and choose either Trail Projects or Overpasses. For construction specific questions, please contact Seminole County Engineering at (407) 665-5610 or Email.
Recreation and Trail Brochure
Rules of the Trail
Wheelchairs, Manually-Powered Mobility Aids and Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices (OPDMD)
Other Central Florida Trails:
Hours of Operation and Contact Information
Open Dawn to Dusk
LEISURE SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Greenways and Natural Lands Division
100 E. 1st Street
Sanford, Fl 32771
Seminole County Blueway Trails are filled with unique opportunities to observe Central Florida's native flora and fauna. We offer miles of beautiful shoreline, providing paddlers with a variety of opportunities and experiences as they explore the rivers and rich array of diverse ecosystems that make up Seminole County’s rivers, lakes and waterways. You can travel the Wekiva River, St. Johns River and the Econlockhatchee River and experience Florida’s natural beauty. Along the way you can stop for lunch, explore one of our Natural Lands areas, or stop along the shoreline to just enjoy the view! You can also make reservations to camp along the way. To find information on camping and other parks and recreation opportunities that Seminole County offers, just go to www.seminolecountyfl.gov