The trails along 30A offer hiking and biking through beach communities and natural areas.

  • 30A Bike Trail – Dune Allen Beach to Rosemary Beach, FL
    Running the full length of County Road 30A, the 30A bike path, also called the Timpoochee Trail, winds through beach communities, along coastal dune lakes, and through natural scenery with gulf views. Several neighborhood paths join the 30A bike trail providing excellent opportunites to explore the Beaches of South Walton communities. The entire path is paved and separated from the roadway. Take caution when crossing bridges or along other sections where the 30A bike path does join the roadway. Don’t forget to wear a helmet and verbally warn all walkers when you approach from behind. View the 30-A Bike Trail Map in PDF format.30-A Bike Trail Map
30A Bike Trail 30A Bike Path
Timpoochee Trail 30A Beaches of South Walton Trail
  • Point Washington State Forest Eastern Lake Trail System – Seagrove and Blue Mountain Beach, FL
    (from the forest’s website linked above) Point Washington State Forest contains one of the hiking trails (Eastern Lake Bike/Hike Trail) that is included in the Florida Division of Forestry’s Trailwalker Hiking Program. The Eastern Lake Trail System was the first trail established on the forest. This trail system consists of 3 double track loop trails. The hiker or bicyclist can travel the 3.5, 5 or 10 mile loop. Access to the trail system is located at the parking lot and trail head on C.R. 395 – see map of PWSF Trailwalker Trails. In addition, a green way trail system that crosses the forest is being developed. This trail will provide connections to Grayton Beach State Park, Deer Lake State Park, Topsail Hill State Preserve, Butler Elementary School and numerous residential developments. Upon completion, this trail system will provide over 27 miles of trails for recreational use.
Point Washington State Forest Trail Point Washington State Forest Trail
Point Washington State Forest Trail Point Washington State Forest Trail