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Explore the best rated trails in Bayshore Gardens, FL. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Oldsmar Trail and Bayshore Trail. With more than 28 trails covering 289 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
I've ridden all over this country and the Pinellas Trail ranks with the best of them. Great variety of features to see along the entire length of the trail. I always appreciate seeing the community embrace a trail with artwork along the way, and this trail constantly entertains. Very wide in most places allowing for separate lanes of travel for bikes in both directions plus walkers. Most major road crossings featured bridges keeping riders safe. Plenty of access to connector trails throughout to extend your ride across the Tampa Bay region.
This is a worthy destination trail and one I would welcome riding again.
Trail is mostly a wide sidewalk paralleling the road, so not much for scenery, but a welcome connector to better trails on both ends. Used the Druid Road trail to ride between the Duke Energy / Wilson Clearwater / Courtney Campbell Causeway trails to the Pinellas Trail. Easy to find and navigate and a welcome alternative to riding on the road.
This may be the longest stretch of trail over water in the country, which made for a very unique ride. The entire trail parallels the highway, so expect noise the entire way. Even though the trail is well used, I had no issues riding at a good pace on a weekday, but I would expect weekends would be much more crowded. Easy to connect to the Wilson Clearwater Trail and Druid Road Trail to extend your ride as part of the Pinellas Trail loop.
This is a nice connector trail to the Courtney Campbell Causeway. Easy to ride and follow, but don't expect to go fast.
Trail is in good condition and I'm grateful to have a safe alternative to road riding, but do not expect much in terms of scenery. Majority of the ride follows the right of way underneath the power line towers. This is an efficient trail to reach better destinations.
Rode from Dunedin to the Courtney Campbell Causeway, then returned to Duke Energy to loop back to the Pinellas Trail.
We started at Weaver Park in north Dunedin and rode north through Palm Harbor and Tarpon Springs. We then headed east to East Lake and the north end of the Duke Energy Trail. We rode south to John Chestnut Sr. Park. Our return trip was the opposite back to Weaver Park for 39 miles total. I know I will return to this trail again. Lots of opportunity to stop at breweries and restaurants.
Just did a ride down/up the trail, and happy to say the trail is open and asphalt in decent shape. I would guess that it took weeks and weeks to clear the trail of trees and debris after Hurricane Ian. You can still see stain tracks where trees were dragged away from the trail after being chain-sawed. Scores and scores of trees were snapped and cut. We saw several turtles along the way and another rider reported an ‘enormous’ gator down by the golf course on the south end. The chain link fence along the golf course got wiped-out too. They have installed a wrought iron fence in its place. They had to cut the beautiful honey-suckle vines that grew on the old fence. Come April, the fragrance was wonderful Hopefully, it will grow back. The restaurant at the south end of the trail fared very well and has been fully open for business for quite some time.
There is a limitation on eBikes. The must be Class 1. Class 2 and Class 3 are prohibited
The trail has an eBike limitation of Class 1 so if you go beware
This map does not include the sarasota Fruitville Rd extension.
this trail goes along a sidewalk that’s really wide for bikes. It’s great to connect to the Pinellas Trail, but it’s not at all scenic. It is a functional trail to connect to a better trail. I am very grateful it exists so I don’t have to ride on the roads.
This trail is one of the most beautiful trails I’ve ever ridden on. I would bring earplugs though, because it’s really loud since you’re riding along a very busy highway.
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