The Florida Wildlife Corridor is not accessible to the public in its entirety. Happily, the routes of the 2012 and 2015 Expeditions include public lands that are open for recreational activities, such as hiking, paddling, and camping. There are 992 named rivers and streams crossing the Corridor that include 1150 miles of designated paddling trails. There are also 920 miles of the Florida National Scenic Trail within the Corridor.
We encourage you to explore the Corridor on your own. Get to know the real, wild Florida! Check out the list below to begin planning your own expedition through the Florida Wildlife Corridor.