Find your next outdoor adventure on Florida's Sports Coast

You’ve spent enough of 2020 indoors. It’s time to get back outside, kick things up a notch and #GetBackToAdventure. Our all-star list of outdoor attractions has made us a preferred destination for years, and we want you to be part of the action. From world-class camping locations to great trails for hiking and biking, there’s no better place to tackle your next unforgettable trip into the great outdoors than Florida’s Sports Coast.

Whether you’re looking to reconnect with Mother Nature or your sense of adventure, our unbeatable campsites offer every visitor a memorable night under the stars. You can try primitive tent camping on Anclote Key Preserve State Park, Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park or Crews Lake Wilderness Park. Or, if RV camping is more your style, head to Withlacoochee River Park. They have everything you need for your rig, including some of the best views in the state of Florida.

With hundreds of miles of paved and unpaved trails, we’re the ultimate location for your next hiking or biking trip. You can enjoy a scenic ride on the Coastal Anclote Trail, take a walk on the wild side at Starkey Wilderness Park Trail or experience Florida’s Statewide Greenways and Trail System on the Suncoast Trail. For those looking for a challenge, try the Coast-to-Coast Trail. This massive 250-mile paved trail connects the Gulf Coast to the Atlantic Coast!

Finally, if you’re looking to take a walk on the wild side, Florida’s Sports Coast is one of the best locations around for biking and nature watching. Our beautiful preserves and state parks – like James E. Grey Nature Preserve and Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park – are home to over 177 species of native birds!

To start planning your next thrilling trip, visit our Outdoor Adventures Page to learn more.