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Level: Beginner
Length: 16 mi (25.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +60/64 ft
Total: 56 riders

Mountain Biking Longleaf Pine Greenway Trail

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#67 of 285 mountain bike trails in Florida
#2,261 in the world

This is 8 miles one-way, flat, all singletrack. Lots of fun. Very few sandy spots. If you combine this trail with Eastern Lake Bike Trail and Grayton Beach Recreational Park Mountain Bike Trail, you can do about 35 miles of trail in one area.

First added by on Jul 11, 2010. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From Fort Walton Beach, Travel East along US 98. About 25 miles down the road, you will see US 331 coming from the North intersecting into US 98. Go 3 miles further and you will see County Road 395 on your right. Turn onto this road. You will see Eastern Lake Bike Trailhead on your left about 2 miles after you make this turn. Eastern Lake's trail and Longleaf Pine's trail start at the same trailhead.
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  • Hepworth

    Nice single track

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  • Arno Gaarthuis

    Due to rain some parts are flooded. Between county road 283 and 395 the trail is closed (posted) Accessible parts on the west side are ok.

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  • bboehman

    Really enjoyed this trail for the area and it was nice to just roll along in cruise. Very easy and beginner friendly so a perfect trail for younger riders getting into the sport. Would ride it again if in the area.

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  • MaGabbs

    Gave this trail a 4 because it is one of the best in the area and way better than the sand pit across the street. I started at the eastern trail head. It lead off with a curvy section through palms, that was really fun if you took at speed. I rode on a Sunday morning and came across 3 other bikers, watch out.

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  • sgt cranky

    Several very wet trail areas (5-10" deep) caused by recent heavy rain. Trail is easy and fun with some sandy areas and best of all easy access from my back door at Blue Mountain Beach.

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  • sgt cranky

    Flat with some sandy areas and lots of switch backs. Rented from Big Daddys (great folks) and rode Kona FS first day alittle over 13 miles, second day a Moonlander fattie over 15 miles. The fattie was a hoot...got to have one!

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  • Hap Proctor   ✓ supporter

    Eight miles of pretty but flat trail through planted Longleaf pines of various age. Enough roots, sand, mud and crowding vegetation to keep things interesting. Route is well marked and there are bridges in the wetland areas. Begins at the Satinwood Road TH, a half mile north of Highway 30A on the west end and connects with Eastern Lake Trail TH on Florida Road 395 on the east end. Great place to escape from all tourists at the beach. $2.00 daily permit fee per bike.

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  • Keri

    Great ride. Rode from Hwy 395 west to where it ends at Satinwood Rd. Muddy spots after a rain, but that's what makes it fun. Bridge was partially under water between Grayton & Blue Mountain roads. Well worth the trip.

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  • *****

    Beautiful scenery. Old Florida

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  • TFred

    I rode this trail in the spring time when I was there for a family beach vacation. I rode it west to east. There is almost no elevation change throughout the trail and it is overall pretty smooth. The surface is mostly packed sand with occasional loose spots and areas covered in pine needles. The western end is mostly dry and has bridges spanning the few wet spots. After crossing over the road that divides the trail in half (I believe it is Co Rd 283) the eastern end was pretty wet and I ended up carrying my bike around a number of flooded spots. Overall it is an easily accessible fun little rip if you happen to be in the area.

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  • luckystarz

    Looks like it could be fun when dry. Over half the trail under water. Had to resort to road just to get a ride in.

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  • godzpwr

    Rode this trail this morning. Had a blast! It was fast and fun. Very rarely changed gears due to the flat terrain. I frequently raced lizzards down the path as I clocked them up to 13 mph! Hit more sand at the eastern end of the trail. The trail is within a couple blocks of the beach so if you get too hot jump in! Restraunts are very close by also.

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