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Explore the best rated trails in Cocoa, FL. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Ponce Inlet Trail and Orlando Southeast Trail . With more than 34 trails covering 285 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.
Went to ride this today, however, the road is closed to the parking lot for the jungle trail. Also, the Pelican Island National Reserve was closed. Probably due to storm damage was our guess.
This trail is my favorite; it's wide and smooth and well-maintained. The scenery is fabulous and there are enough stopping and turn-around points along the way that I can vary the distance of my ride as frequently as I'd like while still riding the same trail. The trail is well used but never overly crowded; I feel quite safe on it even riding alone at night or in the very early mornings. In addition to the scenery, you may see some interesting wildlife as well. I have seen bears, foxes, alligators, snakes, and turtles crossing the path!
It would be great to have one or two rating areas… picnic like stations. We enjoyed walking the trail! I’ll come back with my bike!
The De León Springs trailhead is nonexistent so we started from the post office. About 3.8 miles of the 14 miles to Blue Springs is on the road. Traffic was generally polite and safe. There are 2 busy street crossings. Route markings aren’t the greatest so this app is you friend. There are enough rolling hills to get your heart rate up a little. All in all a very enjoyable ride.
I ride this trail often but what is listed is not accurate. For instance, there is not trail/road that connect the hunters creek path to Osceolla. That path has not been built yet. Eventually all of these paths will connect but that is several years away. That being said, it’s a wonderfully great trail but the longest segment is only about 7 miles. The future will be great. Just be aware as you plan your ride.
Scenic trail with lots of canopy. We stopped at Oakland preserve on the way and took the boardwalk to Lake Apopka- beautiful! People were so pleasant on the trail. We had lunch in Winter Garden. Perfect day!
I love this trail inside the City of Kissimmee. Walking or biking. Also kayak! Love the nature there.
It’s a nice trail but it goes in a circle , did not like that . But it’s enjoyable to ride .
I started in between Steffee Landing & Pioneer Village and ran 6 miles (there and back, with a few wiggles down different off shoots). Really well maintained, runs next to creek. A few people out and about near first light. Felt safe. Nice running over wooden bridges and through woods,
The two parts of (the northern section of) this trail could not be more different. From Eagles Nest Park to Millenia is along busy roads, crossing streets, poorly paved, unmarked, and unmaintained. But then starting at Artegon, over to Sand Lake Rd and finally to the current end at Destination Pkwy, is absolutely beautiful. Quiet, serene, and meticulously well kept, with signage and trail markers a plenty. I hope Orlando or Orange County will consider improving the first half of this section as they also advance plans to create the next phase of the trail, connecting it to its other part in Kissimmee.
Nice shady short ride
From Barna east to the end at Kathy Trail is a very nice trail! It's plenty wide, well used and surprisingly not flat. The entire trail goes through nicely sized natural area.
The much shorter portion of the trail through Wuesthoff Park is nice and does include some exercise stations. The very final section of that short trail going west is clearly not used as much.
While down here visiting family I've enjoyed the trail a few times because it's so nice and very convenient to ride my grocery getter over to the nearby Publix for provisions.
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