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Explore the best rated trails in Key Biscayne, FL. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Commodore Trail and Limestone Trail . With more than 38 trails covering 291 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.
Narrow asphalt path with lots of walkers. Not sure where 2.2 miles came from. Even up and back was only 1.4. I did notice a patch south of the dog park as I was leaving.
This is a great ride! Maybe not for everyone— you have a wide, smooth, bright green lane to yourself, but it is adjacent to a busy roadway. That’s plenty good for me. The state park at the end of the trail is very nice, and no traffic there.
This is not a trail, it is a route around some nice parks connected by sidewalks along local roads, some quieter than others. TrailLink map is not especially helpful, it doesn’t even mention that the section along Orange Road and that canal actually starts and ends much further than mapped for the Robbin’s Vista View Trail and is nicer than many of the other street/sidewalk loops shown. A turn by turn with street names is badly needed. I’m
The views are great for those of us who don't live near water, but the trail is in need of major repairs. South of Marathon, most of the trail bridges have been closed so you will need to use the bike lane on the road.
What a great concept and if repaired I would like to ride it again.
West end is nice concrete, flat ride an wide path but with several road crossings. These crossings require short rides along a 5’ pedestrian walk and the crossings have heavy traffic……pay attention. The easterly end is not a trail, but mostly a road edge ride or on pedestrian walks. This section really should be removed from the mapped trail as it is unsafe and promotes illegal pedestrian walk riding. West end is great spot for locals and adjoiners.
Started at the north end by parking at the Hilton and meandering over. Pavement is awful between there and the Congress crossing. Avoided it on the way back. Rest of the path is manageable or really nice. Enjoyed the scenery. And iguanas. Would get out earlier next time to avoid some of the heat but there are shaded spots to stop. If I did it again, I may park near the tri-rail station or the Costco. Never found the guest parking near the university.
Just finish the trail from Coral Gables Old Cutler to 114 Ave then the south Dade Trail for a total 28 Miles. The trail is still deteriorating and lots of intersections are under construction, closed or bad signal but was able to finish it without any real incident and very safe from traffic. Still goes through not the best parts of Miami but we are all aware this trail crosses several unpopular parts of the county. Will repeat it next year and hope it improves once the intersections are finished.
Excellent well paved trail/sidewalk on the south side of Palmeto Park road running East and West. Approximately 6+’ wide with only a few intersections and driveways. Great for walking, jogging or biking.
We would like to ride this trail but 78 yr old so I need my e-bike. A trek. 15 mph limit. Can I use it? Russncolorado@gmail.com
This trail is nice but has a lot of driveways that people are constantly using. There is a lot of Debris on the path so use caution.
I rode from tree tops park on Orange Drive west to Hiatus road and then north to the Greenway from there and headed west to Markham park, where it ends. You might try to get on the levee behind Markham park if you wish and have time. The western part is very bike friendly except for the intersections but most have lights and crossing lanes. It intersects Hiatus Greenway on Hiatus road if you want to go north. Next time I will try going east and try to catch the Greenway from Nob Hill road. Still discovering!
A little known connection is the trail from Tri-Rail thru old IBM complex under Spanish River to Spanish River Athletic Park and Spanish River Library. Nice ride
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