Move Tallahassee will kick off March with an out and back trek on the beautiful Miccosukee Greenway this Saturday morning.
The Top Five reasons you don’t want to miss this walk.
1) It’s good for you. Walking is a low impact exercise that provides numerous health benefits
2) Everyone is invited – We encourage walkers at all levels – We have a lead, middle and sweep person so no one will be left behind.
3) The weather – The weather this Saturday is predicted to be spectacular.
4) The footpath surface is mostly well-maintained crushed shell. The hills are mostly low in slope with beautiful views.
5) Its free
Here are the details of this Move walk:
When – Saturday, March 05th at 9:00 a.m.
Where – Miccosukee Greenway at the Thornton Road parking lot.
Directions – traveling east on Mahan Drive (US90) – go approximately 3.6 miles past Capital Circle to the blinking light at Thornton Road. Take a left and go about 1 mile (you will cross Miccosukee Road at the dead end). The Thornton Road parking lot will be straight ahead. Cars to the right, horse trailers to the left.
Description – This walk is an approximate 4 mile round trip. We will take the canopied path, going east from the Thornton Road Parking area on the Miccosukee Greenway to a turnaround spot 2 miles out. With this course you will have the option to turnaround wherever you feel comfortable. Afterwards we will gather to connect and share stories. Come out, walk with us and connect! See you then.
The Miccosukee Greenway is a favorite place to walk with family and friends in Tallahassee. Open fields, natural woods, canopied trails, uphill, downhill, this trail has it all. This 7 to 8 mile long (end to end) trek parallels Miccosukee Rd and runs east from Fleischmann Rd to Crump Rd. It is estimated that there are probably 20+ miles worth of trails in this system. All of the main paths are well marked and easy to follow. On your visit you will see others walking, running, biking and riding horses.
There were nearly 90 people from a wide diverse cross section of our community at our last walk. This included the young, retired, families, people friendly pets and more.
See you on Saturday morning!