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Explore the best rated trails in Pine Castle, FL. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Ponce Inlet Trail and Cross Volusia Trail. With more than 49 trails covering 412 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.
Rode 6 miles out and back. Very nice clean and not busy (we biked on a Monday) . Worth to drive to Space View Park to start.
As we are from Canada and brought our bikes with us, we tried this trail from 994 Enterprise Osteen Rd parking area and biked to the highway 95. Our ride was 45 miles round trip and the road was excellent condition. The scenery (mostly trees) was nice for mid January 77 degrees sunny weather. No picnic area found, few bench to take a break and no restroom found. Except at the start are. Overall it’s a great ride for exercise!
Enjoyed our ride. Will definitely do it again!
First time, will definitely do it again. Started at the park and plan to start at a different trailhead.
Parked on the end where the dog park is so that was a plus! Super easy walk… will definitely be back.
Very nice trail could use some maintenance, but it's still great for a road bike. Much better than most roads in Florida.
Very well maintained trail. Some maintenance needed but it's better than being on the road
Unlike the wonderful General Van Fleet Trail, I don't know how this trail rates a 5 other than as a way for extreme enthusiasts to add mileage. Even so, turning around and doing another lap would be better!
Started from the Polk City trailhead that serves both the General Van Fleet Trail going north and the Aurburndale trail going south. just an FYI, the initial trailhead is signed as Polk City Trail. Aurburndale-Teco signage doesn't start for 2 or 3 miles to the south. Be ready for the first 4 miles to follow a massive power-line right-of-way out in the full sun. The trail is not pretty to say the least as it goes underneath busy I-4.
Granted the last 2 miles are quite pleasant as others have described. Trees, shade, massive athletic field complexes. Just not worth the ride to get there.
After reading the reviews of this trail we decided to get in the car and drive from Vero Beach. We wanted to stay overnight to get in 2 days of biking and to make up for the 2 hours of driving on the crowded, dangerous highways.
We found the Killarney Station parking area easily enough on my iPhone maps. The park had a bike shop, clean bathrooms and a picnic area to eat our lunch before hitting the trail. We road west towards Clermont. The trail had rolling small hills, was in great shape, a few major but manageable major street crossings but didn’t have continuous good directions. I was able to use my phone map to keep me heading in the direction of west through Lake Minneola and onto Clermont. Eventually a directional sign will pop up to reassure your going the right way.
This trail is definitely worth the trip. We were able to get in 22 miles round trip. We were hoping to stay over and ride the next day in the opposite direction through Winter Garden but all the hotels were sold out for the evening so we drove there instead, had a lovely dinner and walk around the town before driving back to Vero. Kudos to Clermont and Lake Minneola for saving the lake views for this beautiful trail instead of allowing developers to stack homes along its banks. We will be back! (4 stars.. please add a few more directional signs and I will give it 5)
Landed at a nice parking area and rode along a vast athletic complex with at least a dozen soccer/lax fields. Continuing on the ride became more rural along a large power line. Get in before sunset as the bugs come out quickly!
We were on recumbent trikes and this trail beat us to death. It’s a stretch to call it crushed stone and there was no asphalt that we saw. It is a rough gravel road.
This trail isn’t crushed stone or asphalt. It’s a rough gravel road. We were on recumbent trikes and it beat to death. Wish we could have seen all the wildlife that we were told Is on this trail.
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