Little Econ Greenway

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The Little Econ Greenway trail is just one section of the Orlando area's many fine trails. features riverside recreation, picnicking, wildlife watching, and canoe trails. It also features a canal system that you can paddle along. Whether on land or water, you can watch for wildlife, including osprey, red-shouldered hawks, turtles and alligators. In addition, the butterfly garden along the trail is a delight.

The trail will eventually link to the University of Central Florida and continue north to the Cross Seminole Trail system through the city of Oviedo and back to Blanchard Park. There are also plans to extend the western terminus of the Little Econ Greenway to the Cady Way Trail at Lake Baldwin.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at several places along the trail, including Jay Blanchard Park, Econ Soccer Complex, Arcadia Acres, and on Harrel Road just north of Colonial Drive. There is also a paved trailhead on the north side of SR 50, just east of Goldenrod Road.

For more information on trail parking and amenities, refer to the Little Econ Greenway brochure.


Little Econ Greenway
2451 N. Dean Road
Orlando, FL 32817


simple and scenic

   October, 2014 by adri647

My friend and I rode this trail today for the first time. Being beginner cycling enthusiasts, we had to say that this trail was simple, but very scenic. We saw many different birds, smaller animals and some incredible views. Lots of place to stop off more

Love this trail!

   April, 2014 by rgiraud73

I have been biking this trail just about everyday for the last year now. My daughter and I ride together and enjoy going through Jay Blanchard park and then heading into the more remote areas where one can really enjoy the scenery and wild life. Would more


   December, 2013 by msabsinthe

I miss running on this beautiful trail. Kept going there even after someone (at 11 AM on a Saturday) smashed my car window with a rock and stole my wallet and binoculars. Drove further to park near the post office on Econ Trail because I thought it was more