John Yarbrough Linear Park Trail

Trail Map

Description Suggest an Edit

The John Yarbrough Linear Park Trail offers a scenic tree-lined pathway along Ten Mile Canal, where sightings of heron and egrets are not uncommon. The trail parallels Metro Parkway, providing a convenient off-road route along this major north-south thoroughfare in Fort Myers.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at the Lee County Sports Complex at the trail's southern end and on Daniels Pkwy, just west of Metro Pkwy, at the trail's northern end.

Reviews

Great little trail!

   March, 2015 by crowculbertson

I rode this trail nobo. I parked to the right of the pond per google maps and fifteen yards to the left of the trail and waterway. Several other riders had parked off the pavement of independence circle as I in hard sand. Per maps I suspect you could ...read more

Enjoyable ride when we finally found the trail

   January, 2015 by pegnorris

We felt that the parking information was very poor. We parked at the Sports Complex and could not find the trail. After going the wrong way at first, we had to cross several busy streets and ask another rider before we got on the trail. After we found ...read more

   February, 2014 by goodspinach

Enjoyable bike riding for all ages. Smooth, level asphalt runs alongside the canal. We saw plenty of birds, hundreds of turtles, plenty fish and even a large alligator. The trail is open, not much shade mid-day. Benches and a few picnic pavilions offer ...read more