Cady Way Trail

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The Cady Way Trail runs from the intersection of Aloma Avenue and Howell Branch Road/Hall Road (just east of Goldenrod Park in Goldenrod) west and south to Colonial Town Center (Fashion Square Mall) in Orlando. At the northern terminus, you can cross the road and pick up the Cross Seminole Trail.

The Cady Way Trail provides an excellent way for cyclists and pedestrians to link neighborhoods with shopping and business districts. The trail includes mirrors at blind corners and bridges over busy road crossings.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at three main places:

Cady Way Park in Winter Park, FL. From SR 436 (Semoran Blvd), turn west on to SR 426 (Aloma Avenue) heading toward Winter Park. Proceed to Ranger Blvd. Turn south (left). Proceed to Cady Way and turn west (right) into the park.

Fashion Square Mall in Orlando, FL. From Interstate 4 in downtown Orlando, exit on SR 50 (Colonial Drive) and proceed east approximately 2.5 miles to Herndon Avenue; turn left. The trailhead is 0.5 mile north, adjacent to the Fashion Square Mall and the Post Office.

Winter Pines Golf Course: 950 South Ranger Boulevard, Winter Park; (407) 671-3172

Contact Information:
Orange County Parks and Recreation Department
4801 W. Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32808
(407) 836-6200


Friendly, nice.

   December, 2015 by matteijo

I had a good time, lots of friendly people. It was my first trail, didn't plan too much, but now I know that I need to know where the bathrooms are... read more

Great by itself, or an extension of the other trails

   October, 2015 by sjcruiser36

I had been riding on the Cross Seminole Trail for several months, and finally decided to ride it down to Cady Way Trail. The signs for the connection at Aloma and Howell Branch/Hall Roads are clearly marked, making it easy to go from one trail to the more

Typical urban trail.

   March, 2015 by trail53link

I would use it often if I lived here. There aren't as many street crossings as some of the other local trails. Combining it with the Cross Seminole Trail made for a great day's outing. read more