- The Pumphouse Road Bike Trail is a former interior park road now closed to vehicular traffic. The road doubles as the southern portion of Bulow Woods Hiking Trail. It is a relatively hard surface comprised of gravel, dirt and sand.
The multi-use trail ends about 3 miles north of the entrance at Walter Boardman Lane, bikers cannot continue northbound through the park where the trail narrows and becomes a footpath.
Before venturing out, you may want to visit the 800-year-old Fairchild Live Oak with a 24-foot girth and 156-foot canopy. The tree is located east of the main parking lot at the edge of the picnic grove. Primitive camping is also available within this southern area of the park grounds. Permits may be obtained from Tomoka State Park.
Bicycle routes outside the park include the Old Dixie Highway, John Anderson Highway and the connector road, Walter Boardman Lane. A number of bicycling opportunities exist.
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