ORMOND SCENIC LOOP & TRAIL
P.O. Box 1807Ormond Beach, FL 32175
An official Florida Scenic Highway & National Scenic Byway
|Low-lying portions of Walter Boardman Lane and Old Dixie Highway flood after heavy rain and may be impassible to some cars and motorcycles. Be prepared to turn around if road signs indicate temporary closure after summer storms.|
SUPPORT OUR MISSION
To preserve, protect and enhance the Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail by serving as a focused source of education, community outreach, and enhancement projects consistent with our volunteer resources and the guidelines of the Florida Scenic Highway and National Scenic Byway programs.
Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail (OSLT) is a 30+ mile double loop of roadways traversing some of the most beautiful and diverse natural scenery remaining in all of coastal central Florida. There is ready access to the Atlantic Ocean, State, County & City parks, vistas of rivers, creeks and marshes, barrier island dunes and beach, and historic dwellings as well as museums and historic public buildings.
All roadways are public access with no tolls. Entrance to Tomoka State Park is free to Florida State Park Annual Pass holders. Follow this link for daily use fees for other visitors. Beach access via foot or bicycle is free. Rates for daily and seasonal passes for vehicles to drive on the beach are found here.
This scenic gem is kept beautiful through the efforts of a group of dedicated volunteers. You can become a part of preserving this jewel by considering a donation to our 501(c)(3) not-for-profit. Donate here.
Download an 8.5 x 11 inch, printable map by clicking on the map below.
2019 Florida Scenic Highway calendars are available for
September 25, 2019:
September 28, 2019:
This FREE event will provide information on the benefits of removing non-native invasive plants and planting Florida natives. Find literature on how to identify invasive exotic plant species that occur in our area and how to remove these plants.
All participants will receive a native Yaupon Holly plant and see exhibits from various organizations. The state park’s very own “Pepper Picker” volunteers will demonstrate how they remove invasive Brazilian pepper from the park and will be available for questions. Other activities include marsh restoration kayak tours, kids activities, and lots of opportunities to learn about the harm of invasive plants and the benefits of native ones! See flyer.
October 5, 2019:
Trail Walk at Michael Crotty Bicentennial Park draws 30
participants. The park extends from the ocean, through
transitional dunes to the intracoastal water/Halifax River,
representing diverse habitat.
events on and near the scenic loop
Restoration of historic area at Tomoka State Park is completed. Photo below by Phil Rand, Park Manager. Read more...
Comments or questions, contact OSLT