Fort Barrancas Area
Woodland Nature Trail (0.5 miles): Located near the Fort Barrancas Visitor Center, this loop trail goes through a woodland of sand pines and live oak trees.
Trench Trail (0.5 miles): This trail connects Fort Barrancas to the Advanced Redoubt.
Fort Pickens Area
Florida National Scenic Trail (7.5 Miles): Trailhead of the 1300 mile-long Florida National Scenic Trail starting near the entrance to historic Fort Pickens.
Naval Live Oak Area
Andrew Jackson Trail (3.4 miles): Also known as the Pensacola-St. Augustine Road, this trail was the site of the first road connecting East Florida with West Florida.
Beaver Pond Trail (1.0 miles): The Beaver Pond Trail traverses through several plant communities typical of southeastern forests. A beaver dam can be seen at the northern end of the trail.
Brackenridge Nature Trail (0.8 miles):The trail consists of a "figure 8" path with an observation deck at the far end. Exhibits on the trail identify plants and describe how live oaks were used in shipbuilding.
Multi-Use Path (2.0 miles): This paved path provides access for cyclists, hikers, and visitors on roller blades.
Old Borrow Pit Trail (0.9 miles): Sand from the borrow pit was used for the construction of U. S. Highway 98.
Perdido Key Area
Perdido Key Discovery Trail (0.25 miles): This accessible trail located on a boardwalk crosses a salt marsh, maritime forest, and rolling dunes.
Santa Rosa Area
Florida National Scenic Trail (7 miles): This section of the 1300-mile Florida National Scenic follows the beach.