The park offers outdoor adventure to hikers, off-road bicyclists, horseback riders and nature lovers. To ensure solitude and quiet for a true wilderness experience, the southern two-thirds of the park are designated for hiking only.
The northern third of the park has horse trails, off-road cycling and hiking. Equestrians must carry proof of a negative Coggins test.
- The hiking trailhead is located four miles northwest of Gainesville on State Road 232 at 11101 Millhopper Road.
- The horseback and bicycle trailheads are located just south of Alachua off U.S. 441.
Accessible from Millhopper Road near Gainesville, the hiking trails cover 20 miles over the southern 2/3 of the park.
Nearly 40 miles of flowing single-track mountain bike trails wind through the various ecosystems of San Felasco Hammock Preserve.
San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park offers the equestrian the opportunity to ride through a variety of outstanding natural areas.