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Nestled in the Withlacoochee State Forest, Croom, with its limestone quarry pits and undulating  terrain is unlike other trails we maintain. With 50 miles of singletrack, Croom has more miles and more elevation gain than our other trail systems. The longer distances combined with extended climbs can make for some epic, heart pounding, leg screaming rides. For those who want more than just distance and climbing, the abandoned quarries feature short but steep climbs and drops. Think of it as a BMX park for mountain bikes.  


Croom WMA is a joint venture between Florida Forest Service and Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission. Please use links below for Forestry and FWC information. Swamp is a volunteer non profit that maintains the mountain biking/off-road cycling singletrack. For emergencies call 911. For specific hunting and usage questions please call Forestry or FWC.

Florida Forest Service  -  Prescribed Burns

Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission  -  ​Hunting Season


For current information on trail closures and conditions please visit:

Trail Workdays

Croom maintenance days vary. Please visit the Croom Trail Crew Facebook page or reach out to  to reach out to the trail committee for more details.

All volunteers are required to fill out and sign a waiver before volunteering found on our Trail Maintenance Volunteers Page. 

Click the link below to download the map. Click on the image to view the map in your browser.


Parking Information

Parking Lot #1  --> Directions

Parking Lot #2 --> Directions N/A (see map)

Parking Lot #3 --> Directions (Tucker Hill - $2 fee)

General Information

Hours of Operation: Dawn to dusk, 7 days a week

Trails Profile:

  • 23 Easy

  • 9 Intermediate

  • 2 Difficult

Authorized Usage Types:

  • Mountain biking on designated trails

  • Hiking on designated trails

  • Equestrian on designated trails

  • 4x4, dirt bike, and UTV/ATV usage on designated forest roads.

  • Hunting during appropriate seasons

  • Please report any unauthorized user types to us via our contact form at the bottom of this page.


  • Tucker Hill Day Use includes a pavilion with grill and picnic tables

  • Bathrooms and outside shower

  • Day use fee required

Ranger Contact Number: (352) 797-5759

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