Miami & South Atlantic Coast Hiking

This region is located between Interstate 27 and the southern Atlantic Coast from Fort Pierce to Miami including Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. Also included in this region is Lake Okeechobee and Biscayne National Park.

 
... Preview: Red-cockaded woodpeckers, bald eagles, deer, and wild hogs are just a few of the animals normally found in Corbett Wildlife Management Area. In spring and summer, wildflowers transform the landscape w ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking Florida
Palm Beach, FL - Hiking - 14 miles   
... Preview: Loxahatchee, essentially a sawgrass marsh, offers excellent wildlife viewing. It is one of the best places to encounter alligators in the numbers most visitors expect to find in Florida. In fact, ther ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking Florida
Palm Beach, FL - Hiking - 0.04 mile   
... Preview: South Florida has many nature boardwalks, but to me Cypress Swamp Boardwalk is one of the most scenic as well as one of the best for spotting wildlife. What makes this cypress swamp so special is the ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking South Florida and the Keys
Delray Beach, FL - Hiking - 0.45 mile    BestHiking Trail - Click to view all (About Top Trails)
... Preview: Located along the northeastern edge of the Everglades, much of this land was drained for pastureland. The South Florida Water Management District now intends to restore the wetlands. As a public hunti ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking Florida
Indiantown, FL - Hiking - 15 miles   
... Preview: This 11,500-acre park is named for Jonathan Dickinson, who in 1696 was shipwrecked about 5 miles from here. Dickinson was probably one of the first Europeans to sample palmetto berries, a staple of th ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking South Florida and the Keys
Hobe Sound, FL - Hiking - 9.8 miles    BestHiking Trail - Click to view all (About Top Trails)
... Preview: Adjacent to the DuPuis Management Area, the J. W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area is home to a wide array of wildlife, including red-cockaded woodpeckers, bald eagles, deer, and wild hogs. In spring ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking South Florida and the Keys
Indiantown, FL - Hiking - 28 miles    BestHiking Trail - Click to view all (About Top Trails)
... Preview: Fort Lauderdale’s 165 miles of navigable waterways have earned it the title “Venice of America.” It has ten times the number of canals as Italy’s Venice, so a boat is as important as a car to the Laud ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking Florida
Fort Lauderdale, FL - Hiking - 2.5 miles   
... Preview: The 1.2-mile Hungryland Boardwalk and Trail provides a good, capsulated look of the massive 60,228-acre J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area. A natural path links to a series of boardwalks to pass th ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking South Florida and the Keys
Indiantown, FL - Hiking - 1.2 miles    BestHiking Trail - Click to view all (About Top Trails)
... Preview: Includes: East Loop, Kitching Creek Trail. This 11,500-acre park is named for Jonathan Dickinson, who in 1696 was shipwrecked about 5 miles from here. Dickinson was probably one of the first explorers ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking Florida
Jupiter, FL - Hiking - 9.5 miles   
... Preview: Includes: Okeechobee East, Okeechobee Southeast, Okeechobee West, Okeechobee Southwest. Okeechobee, the Seminole Indian word for “big water,” is located only 40 miles northwest of Palm Beach. At 448,0 ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking Florida
Okeechobee, FL - Hiking
... Preview: Located along the northeastern edge of the Everglades in Martin and Palm Beach Counties, much of this 21,900-acre area was drained for pastureland and used to raise Dutch white-belted cattle, sheep, a ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking South Florida and the Keys
Port Mayaca, FL - Hiking - 15.3 miles    BestHiking Trail - Click to view all (About Top Trails)
... Preview: Before the existence of Orlando’s mouse whose roar was heard round the world, Miami Beach was Florida’s best-known symbol. Collins Avenue and its legendary resorts were frequent winter homes for north ... Related information:... From the guidebook Hiking Florida
Miami Beach, FL - Hiking - 2 miles   

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