Secondary Trail Closure
Effective 8/1/2014, following the 60-day recreational ORV closure, only the designated primary trails in the backcountry will be open to recreational ORV use and access. All secondary trails will remain closed on an interim basis for an additional 60-days More »
Turner River Unit Designated Trails
The secondary trails are being analyzed through an environmental review currently being undertaken by the National Park Service. This current review effort will more clearly identify suitable trails that may be included within the designated trail network. Information on this review process can be found here.
The Turner River Unit has approximately 126 miles of designated primary trails.
To view the designated primary trails within the Turner River Unit click here. Map effective 08/01/2014.
Click here for a list of all trails in the unit that provides coordinates of start and end points, identifies whether it is open or closed, length of trail and destination.
Did You Know?
Before Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States designated Big Cypress as the country's first national preserve, in 1974, he worked as a National Park Ranger at Yellowstone National Park, in 1936. He was the only US President to have worked for the National Park Service.