Mississippi's 15.5 mile round-trip Live Oaks Bicycle Route connects the Davis Bayou Area to the town of Ocean Springs at the Old Louisville and Nashville Train Depot. Follow the green and white bike-route signs on the right side of the city streets. Live Oaks Bicycling Route maps are available at the William M. Colmer Visitor Center.



Fort Pickens Area: The designated bike lane starts at the entrance to Fort Pickens up to the Ranger Station and is approximately four miles. The bike lane ends at Battery Langdon, but cyclists can move to the Florida National Scenic Trail which continues to the historic district.

Naval Live Oaks Area: There is a multi-use trail adjacent to U.S. Highway 98 and many dirt trails in the area.

Perdido Key Area: Cyclists can enjoy riding a bike along Johnson Beach Road from the entrance station and back is approximately five miles.

Santa Rosa Area: There is a designated bike lane along J. Earle Bowden Way that is approximately seven miles in length.


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Last updated: March 3, 2023

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