With 15 hiking and biking trails, varying in length and ranging from easy to difficult, there are many ways to explore one of the last remaining undeveloped areas on the east coast in False Cape State Park. Tucked between the Atlantic Ocean near Sandbridge Beach and the Back Bay, False Cape State Park is one of the few remaining undeveloped areas on the Atlantic Coast. The nearly 4,000-acre park offers outdoor adventurers plenty of opportunities for scenic fun and relaxation in a primitive setting extending to the North Carolina state line. These trails rank as an easy difficulty and range in mileage from 0.1 to 1.4 miles. The most difficult bike trail, Sand Ridge, is 6.2 miles and travels the length of the park. False Cape’s bike trails will take riders by the area’s many coves, overlooks and through scenic landscapes perfect for spotting wildlife. For the dedicated outdoorsmen, we’d recommend navigating the entire 15.3 miles of trails in the park, where you will experience beaches of both an ocean and a bay, dunes, maritime forests, marshes, and wooded swamps, all in one visit.