The St Johns River-to-Sea Loop Multiuse Paved Trail

The St Johns River-to-Sea Loop is one of two top-priority Florida SUN Trails (Shared-Use Non-motorized paved trails).  The 260-mile Loop is about 50% complete as of spring 2021. 

New sections are constantly being designed and constructed, but this process takes time.  Completed sections are indicated in green.

A word abut color coding: You may have seen previous versions using FDOT standard multi-color coding indicating the stage of development. Though useful for trail builders, cyclists only need to know what sections are complete and usable now.  The brown sections are not built yet and do not indicate suggested routes – you should refer to other map sources to locate your prefered route. Refer to the “Help the Loop” sections to learn how you can help get more sections built.

Where to Ride Now

Map Links

Link to an experimental map created by a Stetson Intern. It needs work especially with the accomodations. and we don’t have the means to fix it yet but Please check it out and give me your comments.

Experimental Map

Link to FDOT SUNTrail Maps. There are some errors around Lake Beresford Park and DeLeon Springs Park in West Volusia.