Balm Boyette Scrub Preserve
15102 Co Rd 672 | Wimauma, FL | 33598
Boyette is situated on 4,900 acres of upland scrub preserve owned by Hillsborough County, and has over 23 miles of premium single track and 15 miles of multipurpose double track. From beginner to advanced riders, Boyette has something for everyone.
Click HERE for directions to the parking lot. For safety, parking is only allowed in designated parking spaces, indicated by the triangle shaped parking blocks.
For safety, foot traffic is not allowed on the single track biking trails. Please stick to the double track for hiking and trail running. Per Hillsborough County ordinance, dogs must leashed at all times. For safety of riders and the your dog, please do not recreate on the single track with your dog.
Want more information about the program that helps manage Balm Boyette and other environmentally sensitive and significant lands in Hillsborough County?
Click HERE to learn about ELAPP.
For current information on trail closures and conditions please visit:
No Parking Fees!
The new parking lot features 120 parking spots, a pavilion and a shorter ride into the park. Parking is allowed inside the boundary at the rectangular parking chucks. Please do not park along the road, in the neighbors yard, or any other space that is not designated. Camping and parking overnight is not allowed. Large RV's and trailers should not be used as there is limited space. Expansion of the lot will not happen anytime soon. Please be courteous and ride, pack up, and leave in order for more space to be available for other riders and users.
Hours of Operation
Sunrise to Sunset
Trail Ratings (25 miles of trails):
Authorized Usage Types. Please report any unauthorized user types to us via our contact form:
Mountain biking/off road cycling on single track and double track trails. Regular and class 1 eMTB's are allowed.
Trail running and hiking on double track trails only. These pathways are signified on the trail map by gray dotted lines marked foot traffic/service roads.
Fishing, bird watching, wildlife watching.
Dogs on leash are allowed on foot traffic/service roads only.
Porta Potty adjacent to parking lot
Contact the Trail Crew
"May your trails be crooked, winding, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds."
- Edward Abbey