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Apalachee Regional Park

Located at 7550 Apalachee Pkwy, this multi-use park includes one of the nation’s few sites designed specifically for cross country running. This trail is a pristine, multi-surface course that hosts small and large running events. The facility features numerous course and distance options through the rolling hills, lowlands, and pine forests. The trail was designed to give runners the opportunity to run on several types of surfaces. When the trail is not being used for a running event, it is open to the general public for hiking, running, and biking. The park also has four multi-purpose grass fields with American football field goals, two of which are lighted. The fields are also used for soccer and lacrosse. The parking area accommodates more than 3,500 vehicles at one time. Additionally, the park has a remote control airplane and helicopter airfield.

To learn more about the outdoor adventures Leon County has to offer, visit Leon County's Trailahassee website. Trailahassee is a great resource for hikers, bikers, and paddlers from across our region.

For questions or more information, contact Leon County Parks and Recreation at (850) 606-1470.


Apalachee Regional Park master plan and timeline

Interactive map of cross country trials, coach loop, and parking areas

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2023 Annual Report Video 4:12