Vinzant Trail For Mountain Biking

The 17th most popular mountain bike trail in Florida.

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South of Tallahasse, the 30 mile Vinzant Trail is in the northwest corner of the ANF off SR20. This mountain bike trail system has 2 loops (which overlap): an 11-mile loop and a 23-mile loop. The trail is marked with white, blue, and yellow blazes on different sections. The mountain bike trailhead (a mowed field with no amenities) is located near the intersection of Forest Road 342 and State Route 267.

The 60,000 acre Apalachicola National Forest is a mosaic of wetland forests dominated by swamps, flatwoods, herbaceous bogs and savannas. Biodiversity consists of 50 species of mammals, 70 species of reptiles and 170 species of birds.

Note: this area may be being closed to biking. Contact National Forest first before riding.

Overall, Vinzant Trail is the 17th most popular mountain bike trail of all 58 mountain biking rides in Florida. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Vinzant Trail including Munson Hills Loop, Gregory House Bike Loop, Wakulla Springs State Park, Lines Tract Off-Road Bicycle Trail and Tallahassee Railroad State Trail.

Vinzant Trail Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Apalachicola National Forest (904) 643-2282 or 681-7265 or 926-3561; Florida Visitor Information (850) 488-5607; Revolutions Cyclery (904) 878-1088; Tec's Pro Shop, Tallahassee (850) 383-1122.

Recommended Book:  "Bicycling In Florida: Offroad Guide" from Tom Oswald

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  NFS Silver Lake CG

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  30.3879, -84.5699

Date Published:  1/1/2016

Date Updated:  11/20/2016

ID:  11015

Vinzant Trail Mountain Biking Map


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