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Unpaved Biking with Nature on Public Lands

Florida's many public lands, parks, and preserves offer a wealth of unpaved nature/eco-biking options for fat-tire bikes, and Central Florida is home to several. Here are some near Orlando that we've enjoyed. You can also view more Florida eco-biking trails on our sister website Note: trail conditions may vary from year to year, subject to storms and closures.

Unpaved Central Florida Eco-biking - 6 Reports

Orange County Eco-biking

Lake Apopka Loop Trail Lake Apopka Loop Trail - About 18 miles by the north shore of Lake Apopka in Orange and Lake Counties. Biking also on 9-mile Wildlife Drive, a one-way dirt road shared with cars Fri., Sat., Sun. only.

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Orlando Wetlands Park Orlando Wetlands Park - Orlando Wetlands Park is a 1,650-acre, man-made wetland loaded with wildlife, a good spot near Orlando to see an alligator. Biking is on the berm roads, about 18 miles total.

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Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area - Along St. Johns River near Christmas, FL, east of Orlando. About 22 miles mostly hard-packed roads, but plenty of sandy spots can be a workout. River access.

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Seminole County Eco-biking

Lake Jesup Conservation Area Lake Jesup Conservation Area - Established to protect the waters of Lake Jesup, the Conservation Area consists of 3 separate sections. Most popular for hiking, we like about 4 miles of trails for biking

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Lake County Eco-biking

Seminole State Forest Seminole State Forest - Gated entrance - must get code from Forest Service - thus a quiet area surprisingly close-in, only about 5 miles west of Sanford. Hard-packed dirt roads, one of the easier forest rides.

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Volusia County Eco-biking

Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge - Popular for bird watching (especially in the winter). Entrance near DeLeon Springs State Park, over 15 miles of trails for hiking and biking.

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