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How To Have a Great Day Biking St. Augustine, FL

You may be asking yourself, “is St. Augustine bike–friendly?” Of course, it is! Biking St. Augustine, FL, is the best way to explore the city off the beaten path. You can pedal through downtown, over the Bridge of Lions, along the shoreline, and more! There’s no doubt that a St. Augustine bike tour will show you the best of the Old City. If you’re looking to add a few more stops to your bike route, access our complimentary Vacation Guide. Inside, you will find the best dining, shopping, sight-seeing, and entertainment that St. Augustine has to offer.

Plan Your Bike Route

Everything You Need To Know Before Biking St. Augustine, FL

Explore a Bike Trail

Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail

For some of the best scenery in the area, try this 6-mile trail. The Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail is located in Flagler County and runs parallel to the Lehigh Canal. The bike path is surrounded by trees most of the way, making it ideal for a shaded ride through the city.

Anastasia State Park Bike Trails

For ocean views, sand dunes, and 1600-acres of St. Augustine beauty, take your bike to Anastasia State Park. You’re welcome to bike along the shoreline or on the park roads. No matter where you choose to ride, the coastal sights are sure to amaze you.

Palatka-to-St. Augustine Bike Trail

For a unique look at St. Augustine, FL, and the surrounding areas, visit the Palatka-to-St. Augustine State Trail. The 18-mile asphalt trail runs along State Route 207, winds through Downtown Palatka. It is sprinkled with scenic views of North Florida’s splendid woodlands.

Stokes Landing Conservation Area

Just North of the Old City, you’ll find the Stokes Landing Conservation area. This 274-acre wildlife reserve is perfect for cyclists. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the property, so for just over 2 miles, you can bike happily and take in nature’s beauty.

St. Johns River–to-Sea Loop

This intricate trail system is a 260-mile loop that combines several of Northeast Florida’s most popular bike paths. Among these is the Palatka–to–St. Augustine State Trail and the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail. The St. John’s River-to-Sea Loop also winds through St. Augustine. So, if you’re planning a Downtown St. Augustine bike tour, consider starting with part of the St. John’s River-to-Sea Loop.

Where To Find The Best Bike Rentals

Mountain bikes, road bikes, helmets, and more! You can find bike rentals and anything else you need for biking St. Augustine at these local shops:

Get Your Rest at Agustin InnDuchess Suite

You will need plenty of rest and healthy food to keep you energized as you adventure around the City of St. Augustine. Lucky for you, Agustin Inn has excellent amenities, lovely guest rooms, and everything you need to achieve an exciting bike tour of the area. Every day of your stay, you will be treated to a complimentary two-course breakfast, made with only the best local ingredients to make sure your body has the right fuel.

After a full day of exploration, you can return to Agustin Inn for a night of much–needed rest. Kick off your shoes, run a warm bath, and sleep the night away.

Check our availability and book your stay. We can’t wait to see what adventures biking St. Augustine, FL has in store for you.