The Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail

The Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail

The Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail is a 106 mile trail that runs throughout the Florida Keys from Key Largo to Key West. The trail is suited for pedestrians and bicyclists alike and parallels U.S. Highway 1. Carrying such designations as a National Scenic Highway and All-American Road. Park-goers and trail-goers can experience a wide range of activities such as skating, sightseeing, paddling, mountain biking, and boating to name a few.

The Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail has historical bridges that date back as far as 100 years and because of their age are no longer being used for transportation. The Florida Keys Overseas Trail and historical bridges offer a useful alternate transportation route to the surrounding island communities of the Keys.

The Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail contains points of interests to include ecological resources like the The Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge, Key Deer National Wildlife Refuge, and 10 Florida state parks as well. 

When you plan your trip to The Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail check the website to be notified of any changes to the parks or trail availability. Please note that there may be community happenings, road repairs etc. that the Florida Department of Environmental Protection agency may be unaware of.