Richloam Boggy Road

Dade City, Florida (Hernando County)

Last Updated: 05/24/2020
4.5 / 5 ( 2 reviews )
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Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 4.09 miles
Highest Elevation: 128 feet
Duration: About 1 hour
Shape of Trail: Straight Through
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Dade City
Nearest Town w/ Services: Dade City
Official Road Name: Boggy Road
Management Agency: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
District: Northeast


Highlight: Richloam Boggy Road
Boggy Road is located on the far northwest side of Richloam Wildlife Management Area. Richloam WMA spans just over 58,000 acres across Hernando, Lake, Pasco, and Sumter Counties. Richloam WMA has a wide variety of activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, bike, and horseback riding. Boggy Road takes explorers deep into Richloam WMA where trees and vegetation thrive from living in a swamp, causing a narrow path for vehicles. Drivers can expect to have Boggy Road live up to its name due to multiple muds and water crossings. While exploring Boggy Road drivers can expect plenty of wildlife sounds and sights!


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1. Trailhead from McKinney Sink Road (0 mi)
There will be no signs for Boggy Road, just a cement post with a small sasquatch sticker if you look close enough.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Dade City, Florida

Starting at the intersection for US-301 and FL-50 Cortez Blvd, take FL-50 east for 1.4 miles. On the left, there will be a dirt road with no other identification, turn left/north onto McKinney Sink Road. Follow Richloam McKinney Sink Road for almost three miles. On the right/east there will be a cement post, this will be Boggy Road.


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Trail Reviews (2)

Questions & Answers (1)

Q: Are UTV's allowed on these trails?
–Greg McMahon (12/01/2019)
–Jeff Bulat (12/02/2019)

Writer Information

Jeff Bulat

Jeff is an outdoor enthusiast located in the central Florida area. He enjoys exploring Florida's less traveled roads, visiting historic sites, and getting away from the city. While on trails Jeff is a huge supporter of tread lightly and believes in, "take out what you take in." A love for vehicles has recently brought Jeff to the world of off-roading. He is still new to the game but is enthusiastic about learning new techniques, vehicles, equipment, technology, and bringing all together to contribute to TrailsOffoad.
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