Turner River Unit Designated Trails
The Turner River 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 others, and carry your camping equipment to the site.
Effective 08/02/2013 the Turner River Unit has approximately 126 miles of designated primary trails and 49 miles of designated secondary trails.
To view the designated primary and secondary trails within the Turner River Unit click here. Map effective 08/02/2013.
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?
Big Cypress National Preserve was one of the first national preserves within the National Park System. As a preserve, Big Cypress manages for a broader range of recreational activities, including hunting and off-road vehicle access.