Our mission is to help Florida communities improve their economic health, bicycle infrastructure, and safety through bicycle tourism.
The Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail (C2C) was conceived as an ambitious effort to create a continuous paved multi-use trail across Florida from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean, the first state trail of its kind in the United States. It will span approximately 250 miles and is currently more than 80 percent complete. The trail will link communities between St. Petersburg and Titusville along its entire length, allowing residents and visitors to explore Central Florida by bicycle or foot. This corridor includes most of the 51-mile East Central Regional Rail Trail, the longest single rail-trail corridor ever acquired by the Office of Greenways and Trails. The trail links all or part of several existing multi-use trails and will be managed by a broad range of communities and agencies.
C2C Planning website
Florida Department of Transportation’s Shared-Use Nonmotorized (SUN) Trail Program
Bicycle touring on the C2C from a cyclist’s 2019 trip
FDOT C2C status map (3/16/2020)
2021 Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail. https://floridadep.gov/parks/ogt/content/florida-coast-coast-trail