Goose Pond Trail

The section of Goose Pond Trail within Tom Brown Park is a 1.5-mile paved path for walkers and joggers. It stretches from the park’s northwest tip to its southeast corner; however, the Goose Pond Trail is a series of three short, paved trails. These trails connect the Woodgate and Betton/Waverly Hills areas to Tom Brown Park, providing walkers, joggers, and cyclists with an easy route through the eastern side of Tallahassee.

The three segments of the trail are as follows:

Segment 1: Hermitage Blvd. to Potts Rd: This segment is the northernmost segment of the trail, and it is also the shortest at one-third of a mile in length. Benches are located at each end of the trail, but there is no trailhead in this region.

Segment 2: Miccosukee Rd. to Mahan Dr: The start of this segment of the trail is just east of the intersection of Miccosukee Rd. and Blair Stone Rd. This segment of the trail is flat and extends for one kilometer in length. As with the first segment, there are benches located at each end of the trail but no trailhead at either end.

Segment 3: Tom Brown Park: The final segment of the trail is also its longest, running along the north and east sides of Tom Brown Park. An out-and-back on the trail from end to end is approximately 5K, making it a good choice for a time trial or a short weekday run. Due to its location, it is also the most heavily traveled portion of the trail.


Featured Uses: Running, marathon running, biking, walking, and commuting. Leashed dogs are permitted on the trail and off-leash dogs can use the nearby fenced dog park.

Tom Brown Park Access:  501 Easterwood Drive, Tallahassee 32311

Amenities: Different difficulties trials and benches.

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ACTIVITIES
Biking
Hiking
Running
Walking
SURFACE
Paved
LEVEL
Easy

The section of Goose Pond Trail within Tom Brown Park is a 1.5-mile paved path for walkers and joggers. It stretches from the park’s northwest tip to its southeast corner; however, the Goose Pond Trail is a series of three short, paved trails. These trails connect the Woodgate and Betton/Waverly Hills areas to Tom Brown Park, providing walkers, joggers, and cyclists with an easy route through the eastern side of Tallahassee.

The three segments of the trail are as follows:

Segment 1: Hermitage Blvd. to Potts Rd: This segment is the northernmost segment of the trail, and it is also the shortest at one-third of a mile in length. Benches are located at each end of the trail, but there is no trailhead in this region.

Segment 2: Miccosukee Rd. to Mahan Dr: The start of this segment of the trail is just east of the intersection of Miccosukee Rd. and Blair Stone Rd. This segment of the trail is flat and extends for one kilometer in length. As with the first segment, there are benches located at each end of the trail but no trailhead at either end.

Segment 3: Tom Brown Park: The final segment of the trail is also its longest, running along the north and east sides of Tom Brown Park. An out-and-back on the trail from end to end is approximately 5K, making it a good choice for a time trial or a short weekday run. Due to its location, it is also the most heavily traveled portion of the trail.


Featured Uses: Running, marathon running, biking, walking, and commuting. Leashed dogs are permitted on the trail and off-leash dogs can use the nearby fenced dog park.

Tom Brown Park Access:  501 Easterwood Drive, Tallahassee 32311

Amenities: Different difficulties trials and benches.

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