You'll discover a different side of Florida on our trails that wind along side the magnificent St. Johns River and our local, county, state and national parks. Be sure to make plans to stop and have a picnic or a refreshing swim along the way. Come stay with us and experience what makes the the Highland Park Fish Camp so special and why people really do discover their happiness here. Our abundant and varied cycling trails near by offer something for bikers of all ages and abilities.
The Spring-to-Spring Trail and the East Central Regional Rail Trail are in the process of being completed, and they run right by our entrance road. They will offer miles of recreational enjoyment as they traverse through shaded tree canopies, open prairie, cypress swamp and magnificent vistas of pristine lakes and the St. Johns River.
When complete, the Spring-to-Spring Trail will stretch 26 miles from Gemini Springs Park in DeBary to DeLeon Springs State Park located in DeLeon Springs. To date, Volusia County has completed several segments of the trail totaling nearly 15 miles. In addition, five trailheads have been built for your convenience at DeBary Hall Historic Site, Gemini Springs Park, Lake Monroe Park, Lake Beresford Park, Blue Spring State Park and along Grand Avenue in Glenwood.