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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.

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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 northeast 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.   Download an 8.5 x 11 inch, printable map by clicking on the map below.



Wed, November 15, 2017:
OSLT CME Board of Directors Meeting at 5:30 p.m. in Room 4 of Ormond Beach Public Library, 30 South Beach St, Ormond Beach.  NOTE:  Meeting is held on 3rd Wed this month due to Thanksgiving holiday.

Saturday, November 18, 2017, 10:00am
Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail Fall Trail Walk at John's Island.  Meet at Gate T3 along northbound US Highway 1 (N Yonge St), east side of the highway, 2.3 miles north of SR 40 (Granada Blvd) and just south of the Tomoka River Bridge. Explore this normally non-public area of Tomoka Park with Park permission under the guidance of Dr Don Spence, Certified Arborist and plant pathologist, learning about the botany and natural history of the area.  Admission free. Bring water and insect repellent. We may walk over soft, wet, or uneven terrain or in deep grass. For futher directions to location contact Rob Bird,

History talk on October 14 at Tomoka State Park well attended.  Read more...


  Ongoing events on and near the scenic loop

Historical walking & bus tours and Florida Humanities speaker series, offered by OB Historical Society

Restoration of historic area at Tomoka State Park is completed.  Photo below by Phil Rand, Park Manager.  Read more...


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