Corn Dance Unit Designated Trails
Effective 08/02/2013 the Corn Dance Unit will have approximately 65 miles of designated primary trails and 36 miles of designated secondary trails.
The Corn Dance Unit allows for off-road vehicle access by permitted swamp buggies and all-terrain vehicles. Dispersed camping continues to be allowed within the unit. You may drive your off-road vehicle to a location along a designated trail nearest the camping spot you prefer, park your off-road vehicle along the shoulder of the trail, in such a manner that does not impede travel by other, and carry your camping equipment to the site.
To view the designated primary and secondary trails within the Corn Dance Unit click here. Map effective 08/02/2013.
Click here for a list of all trails in the unit that provides start and end point coordinates, trail length, destination and whether trail is open or closed.
Did You Know?
The anhinga is a commonly seen bird in many areas of Big Cypress National Preserve, and other park areas in Florida. However, within the United States of America, the bird is never really seen beyond Florida. Anhingas cousins are more commonly seen in South America and Africa.