The Tallahassee-St. Marks Trail was the first designated
state trail in Florida. It currently runs from Capital Circle to
St. Marks for 16½ miles. A short section on the north runs
past the Apalachicola National Forest. The pathway is 8 feet
wide and paved. Hiking, biking, in-line skating and horseback
riding are enjoyed by the 160,000 people that visit each year. A
parallel equestrian dirt path is offered to horseback riders.
There is parking, bike and in-line skate rental available
at the northern trailhead.