3 of the Most Unique Biking Trails Near 30A Best for Spring Riding
You have your bike. Now what? South Walton offers a plethora of hiking/biking trails, but which are the ones you HAVE to see? We’ve got you covered.
1. Timpoochee Trail
Coming in at a whopping 19 miles, this path runs alongside 30A. You’ll ride through the quaint neighborhoods that rest along the coast and gaze at expansive views of the sugar-white sand and emerald water that makes South Walton famous.
2. Scenic Highway 98 Trail
If you’re not up to biking length of the Timpoochee Trail but would like to enjoy similar scenery, this path might be more your speed. At about three miles, this trail runs along, you guessed it, Scenic Highway 98, or old 98.
3. Beach Tram Path at Topsail Hill Preserve State Park
Want views of the incredible bald cypress swamps, mountainous sand dunes and dune lakes? The mile-long path in Topsail Hill is for you. It’s a quick, beautiful ride sure to please.
Got your path? Well, grab your helmet and start pedaling.
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