The strong beaming summer sun of Florida is finally starting to calm into gentle rays of sunshine. Fall is in the air. This time of year is perfect weather to be outside enjoying the beautiful Cross Florida Greenway! With more than 70,000+ acres and 290 miles of trails for bikers, hikers and equestrians, there is plenty to explore. And for our water lovers, we have many paddling opportunities...
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Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway
Welcome to Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway
Crossing Central Florida from the Gulf of Mexico to the St. Johns River is the Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway which occupies much of the land formerly known as the Cross Florida Ship and later Barge Canal projects. A series of historic events transformed this corridor from one of the nation's largest uncompleted public works project to a world class greenway.
Today, this 110-mile corridor encompasses diverse natural habitats for observing Florida's native flora and fauna and offers a wide variety of trails and recreation areas. With hiking, biking, equestrian and paddling trails, boat ramps, fishing spots, campgrounds, a barrier-free Boundless Playground® and picnic shelters, the Cross Florida Greenway offers recreational opportunities for all interests and ages. We welcome you to visit these trail and recreation areas within the Cross Florida Greenway:
Santos Bike Trails East
Baseline to Marshall Swamp
Land Bridge Trails
49th Ave. to Land Bridge
SR 200 to CR 484
CR 484 to 49th Ave.
Inglis Island Trails, and
Withlacoochee Bay Trail
Check back often; more information will be posted soon!