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Explore the best rated trails in Lake Lucerne, FL. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Palmetto Greenway and Commodore Trail. With more than 36 trails covering 181 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.
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
Trying to stick to this trail which is route 7, i got lost because of the signage. Twice I got Lost and once on a community trail that I was totally off track. By US1 you have Black Point route 7 pointing in two directions and i took the wrong turn because of it. Scenery is fine in some parts but ugly in other sections. I won’t do this trail again. Next time I will take Old Cutler trail.
I never rode this trail before. The signage was very confusing. First I made a wrong turn that brought me to the old cutler road trail. I backtracked and missed this trail again because of the signage. I found it at US1. But there were 6 signs with Black Point route 7 with 2 different directions. I once again missed it. Found myself riding a bike path but at the end realized it was not bike route 7. At this point I needed to use r he map in this app. I took quail roost rd and eventually found it. There are some nice sections but also very ugly sections. The next time I plan to take the Old Cutler Bay route from Black Point. That trail seems to Be more scenic.
This is one of my favorite trails so far. Riding along with a view of the Atlantic was awesome. We started at the end which took us by the Boats or should I say Yachts wow to have that kind of money. The trail is awesome, but no E Bikes allowed so the 8 miles needs to be peddled. People issues around the main beach area but then clear sailing. Worth the parking hassle so don't miss this one!
Terrible for a road bike. Most of the intersections are under construction, and the trail is generally not taken care of. It goes through some dodgy parts of Miami. I was very disappointed. I don’t know how this trail was rated so high.
This was a very nice trail. We saw lots of wildlife to include 2 little bunnies ¿. Very thankful for this app otherwise I would have never known was there.
I like the pompano air park for inline skating. As mentioned in previous reviews, there is a particular length of the trail that is rougher than smooth. The softer the wheel, the better the feel, though. If you’re not super experienced with skating, you might avoid it, as there are several holes in the concrete in some areas of the rough patches, but otherwise, it’s quite doable for those of us more accustomed to urban skating. This trail is enclosed from any car traffic — a huge plus that you don’t need to cross any streets to continue on the trail at any point. There are several driveways for the air park that cross into the trail, but seldom is there traffic in and out of them. I give the trail 4 stars— missing a star for the rough patches, but overall, definitely worth the 20 min drive it costs me to get there.
This is by far one of the prettiest rides I’ve ever done. The scene over the water is like something out of a movie. It is a little confusing when you get down into Biscayne key because I didn’t know I was still on the path. Nevertheless there’s a bike lane and is still very pretty and feels decently safe.
Too short. We were going north to 8 street and trail cut off early. Sidewalks were the only answer.
I commute on this trail every day from Cutler Bay to University of Miami.
Overall its good. There is glass in areas where people from the neighbor hood linger. Its best to ride on the road to avoid those sections. The trail is being updated due to the BRT. Crossings the intersections is pretty easy, watch the buses, if they go straight then you can proceed. Be careful their are a few buses that turn. I would recommend catching the bus if you get a flat tire or if its starts to rain. Download the metro bus app or keep a couple of dollars to pay the fare. Also keep a couple of mask just in case.
Start your ride early, so that you have less traffic. Started a few miles South on A1A. A1A has a decent bike lane too.
The road though Pompano Beach / Fort Lauderdale is not always marked. I know Fort Lauderdale from driver perspective, but didn't know that Race Track Road changes its name every mile. That was the only confusing thing. Also, go south on Powerline until you reach South Palm Aire Ave.
The real trail starts at Fern Forest. Despite the early hour, there were people walking their dogs, the trail crosses roads each mile, so I couldn't maintain a constant speed.
I use a mountain bike, with wide tires. A tribike would have been better, although the pavement is not perfectly flat everywhere.
With the extra 3 miles to home, I rode 39.19 miles in 3h18m, mountain bike.
Overall it is a nice experience.
Nice trail, surfaces vary but always good enough. TrailLink could be more helpful re location of parking though, and trail access, esp for walkers who want to be as close as possible. Enter the university from the first entrance west of the canal on Glades Rd or enter on NW 20th St. There are big lots and a garage at NW 20th St & East University Drive. The path can be accessed via an off-road sidewalk running from that intersection a little south along the unnamed road that runs behind the big dorm complex. from thatfrom
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