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Biking Hiking & Walking

Ride or stride 

Leg it out along St. Joseph Bay with biking and walking trails for people and pets.

Who can resist a little exercise when the backdrop is St. Joseph Bay?  Loggerhead Run Bike Path is an eight mile trail on Cape San Blas that runs the length of the Cape from St. Joseph Peninsula State Park to Salinas Park along Hwy 30E/Cape San Blas Road, and is great for walking, jogging or biking.

The Port City Trail is a 4-mile pathway located in Port St. Joe and offers a 10-foot wide wide paved surface excellent for walking , running and biking.  Pick up the trail by the post office and pass by parks, lakes, ball fields and a museum as you wind your way through the city. Public restrooms, informational kiosks and water fountains are available at various points on the trail. Take a ride or stride down the trail.

BayWalk Trail is an easy, crushed gravel pathway running along the bay from the Port St. Joe Marina area to Frank Pate Park.  The route passes by the lighthouse, a playground, public tennis courts, picnic areas, boat ramp and bay-front benches to watch the fish jump or watch the sun set.  BayWalk connects with the Port City Trail and a great access point for both is to park at the Gulf County Welcome Center.

BeachWalk is a 3.5 mile paved trail that runs along the water at WindMark Beach. Bikers and walkers (many with their pets) enjoy this urban trail offering views of the Bay and the Cape. The trail is open to the public with restrooms and public parking at either end.

The newest addition is the bayview nature boardwalk system located at Salinas Park Bayside.  The Salinas expansion includes hiking trails and an elevated boardwalk that overlooks on St. Joseph Bay and informational signs focused on preserving seagrasses and the natural resources. This park area also has a dock that stretches our over St. Joseph Bay plus pickle ball courts, picnic pavilions, a fire pit, and a playground, plus restrooms.

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