Map of bike paths / walking paths in the areas around Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, FL


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, Florida

Boca Raton, Florida

Fort Lauderdale &
Boca Raton, Florida

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Canal Trail

Cypress Creek Geenway

El Rio Trail

Palmetto Park Road Multi-Use Path

Spanish River Athletic Park Trail



Palm Beach

Regional Trails

Fort Lauerdale and Boca Raton are located along the Atlantic Ocean in Southern Florida, to the north of Miami. Other communities in this area include Sunrise, Plantation, Oakland Park, Pompano Beach, Coral Springs and Deerfield Beach.

New River Greenway

The New River Greenway consists of two sections of paved pathways that follow alongside the New River and Interstates 75 and 595 and Marina Mile Boulevard in Weston, Davie, and Fort Lauderdale. One section of the trail is 7.5-miles long and spans between Marham Park and S.University Drive. The other section of the trail is 4-miles long and spans from a point to the west of Florida's Turnpike to SW 22nd Terrace.

The New River Greenway goes past the following points of interest:

Evergreen Wildlife Management Area - Water Conservation Area 2B
Markham Park
Midlle River Trail
Jacaranda Golf Club
Secret Woods Nature Center

Canal Trail

The Canal Trail is a wide 4.6-mile long paved pathway that follows alongside the canal for the Middle River and the canal through the community of Sunrise. The trail spans between Welleby Park on NW 44th Street and the New River Trail near Hiatus Rad and Interstate 595. The trail takes a straight route past residential neighborhoods

Cypress Creek Greenway

The Cypress Creek Greenway is a 6.7-mile long paved pathway that spans between the Sawgrass Expressway and the Evergreen Nature Center on Lyons Road in Coconut Creek.

The Cypress Creek Greenway follows alongside the Stranahan River in a wide greenbelt and parallels Southgate Boulevard for a portion of the route. The trail goes past Tamarac Veterans Park and travels past forested areas.

El Rio Trail

The El Rio Trail is a 4.8-mile long paved pathway that spans between the Gulf Stream Canal at S. Congress Avenue and Glades Road. The trail follows alongside the Gulf Stream Canal going past natural areas, golf courses and residential neighborhoods. The route is located away from streets and there are only a few road crossings.

The north end of the El Rio Trail is located just north of NW 82nd Boulevard and Congress Avenue. the trail heads west then south along the banks of the Gulf Stream Canal. The traril goes past the Yamato Scrub Natural Area. In this area, this trail passes office complexes. There is an underpass for crossing Yamato Road and the trail goes past the Boca Raton Station for the Tri Rail system. At this point there are trails that lead past the station and connect to trails in Spanish River Athletic Park and Pondhawk Natural Area.

The El Rio Trail heads to the southeast, with a street level crossing at NW 40th Street and NW 20th Street. th south end of the trail is along Glades Road to the east of NW 13th Street.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about Boca Raton, Florida

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Florida

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Florida.

Click here for a map of Florida's Regional Recreational Trails