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Auburndale TECO Trail

6.6 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Concrete

Courtney Campbell Trail

10.9 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Concrete

Flatwoods Park Trail

7 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail

46 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Concrete

Hardy Trail

0.9 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Lake Wales Trailway

2.3 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

North Bay Trail

6.3 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Concrete

Orlando Southeast Trail

13 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Concrete

Pinellas Loop Trail

68 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Shingle Creek Regional Trail (FL)

17.7 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Boardwalk, Concrete

St. Cloud Lakefront Park Bike Path

2.1 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Starkey Wilderness Park Paved Trail

5.8 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Suncoast Trail

54.1 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Upper Tampa Bay Trail

13.85 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Withlacoochee State Trail

45.9 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Boardwalk, Concrete

Fort Fraser Trail

7.54 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Hammock Road Trail

3.7 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Neptune Road Recreational Pathway

6.6 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Concrete
Accordion

Tampa Riverwalk

2.6 mi
State: FL
Asphalt, Brick, Concrete

Kissimmee Trail Loop

6 mi
State: FL
Asphalt

Lake Jackson Trail

10.5 mi
State: FL
Concrete

Montverde Greenway Trail

1 mi
State: FL
Concrete

Sebring Parkway Trail

4 mi
State: FL
Concrete
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Auburndale TECO Trail connects Lake Myrtle in Auburndale with Polk City, where it meets up with the General James A. Van Fleet Trail. The Auburndale TECO Trail is flat and invites walkers,...
FL 6.6 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Overview The Courtney Campbell Trail provides pedestrian and bicycle access along the southern side of the Courtney Campbell Causeway for nearly 11 miles, linking two communities, Tampa and...
FL 10.9 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Flatwoods Park Trail is located within a park of the same name. Flatwoods Park is just one of five parks that make up the Wilderness Park system. These parks include Trout Creek, Dead River,...
FL 7 mi Asphalt
Overview One of Florida's most popular and unique urban pathways, the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail curves northwest from St. Petersburg and the stretches to form a rough "C" shape before ending in...
FL 46 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Overview  The General James A. Van Fleet State Trail runs for 29 miles between Mabel and Polk City through some of Florida’s most scenic rural landscapes. At least one-third of the trail passes...
FL 29 mi Asphalt
The Hardy Trail is a mile long walk or ride in the heart of Dade City. The trail sits on a converted railbed, and travels south from Church Avenue. Residents love using the trail to run or jog or walk...
FL 0.9 mi Asphalt
The Lake Wales Trailway is a 2.3 mile, 12-foot wide asphalt path that circles most of Lake Wales. The trail serves both as a recreational and transportation asset, thanks to its proximity to a number...
FL 2.3 mi Asphalt
Overview The North Bay Trail runs 6.3 miles through St. Petersburg, FL. The multiuse trail is paved, smooth and varies from 12-to-15 feet wide depending on the section of trail.  About the...
FL 6.3 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Orlando Southeast Trail is a collection of multiuse pathways crisscrossing Lake Nona, a master-planned community southeast of the City of Orlando. Narcoosee Road, running north-south, serves as...
FL 13 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Whether you are commuting to work and school or going for a family bike ride, this trail has it all. The Pinellas Trail Loop will be a 75-mile loop running throughout the county and is currently...
FL 68 mi Asphalt
After 30 years of planning, the first segment of the Shingle Creek Regional Trail opened in Kissimmee in November 2016. The paved trail startled with humble beginnings of just over 1 mile, beginning...
FL 17.7 mi Asphalt, Boardwalk, Concrete
About 20 miles west of Orlando, the South Lake Trail (also known as Lake Minneola Scenic Trail) takes in some of central Florida's most spectacular prospects. Nowhere in this region will you find more...
FL 15.5 mi Asphalt
This multiuse path skirts the south shore of East  Lake Tohopekaliga (fondly known as East Lake Toho) in St. Cloud, Florida. The trail is paved, and stretches about 2 miles point-to-point, paralleling...
FL 2.1 mi Asphalt
The paved trail in Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park stretches across the preserve for about 6 miles. Well-spaced shelters along the trail offer pleasant places to rest in the shade; many are even...
FL 5.8 mi Asphalt
Overview The Suncoast Trail parallels the Suncoast Parkway for 54.1 miles between northern Hillsborough County and through both Pasco and Hernando counties. About the Route For its entire...
FL 54.1 mi Asphalt
Closure Notice: The Rocky Creek Bridge is closed for reconstruction. Both north and south of the bridge are open to trail use. The closure is expected to last until 2025. Please check with...
FL 13.85 mi Asphalt
Overview The 46-mile Withlacoochee State Trail is a must-do pure Florida experience for any trail enthusiast. Situated just west of Orlando, the trail takes users through suburban neighborhoods, a...
FL 45.9 mi Asphalt, Boardwalk, Concrete
Overview The paved Fort Fraser Trail traverses part of the former CSX Railroad line, running parallel to US Highway 98 for 7.54 miles, between Lakeland and Bartow, Florida. About the...
FL 7.54 mi Asphalt
The Hammock Road Trail parallels its namesake from Highlands Hammock State Park to Lake Jackson, allowing Sebring residents easy access between two of the city's natural treasures. The state park...
FL 3.7 mi Asphalt
The Neptune Road Recreational Pathway, also known as the Bill Johnston Memorial Pathway, connects Kissimmee's Lakefront Park to St. Cloud in central Florida. The 10-foot wide trail exits the Kissimmee...
FL 6.6 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Accordion
It should take about 50 minutes to walk the Tampa Riverwalk from end to end, but chances are, it'll take you much longer than that. Tampa's waterfront abounds with attractions for the whole family -...
FL 2.6 mi Asphalt, Brick, Concrete
The Town-n-Country Greenway is part of Tampa's network of trails and non-motorized greenways. You can access the paved trail from a parking lot on Webb Road, just south of Woodbridge Boulevard and on...
FL 3 mi Asphalt
Combining asphalt off-street paths and sections of sidewalk (particularly the eastern arc of the loop), the Kissimmee Loop provides access from the city’s residential neighborhoods to many amenities,...
FL 6 mi Asphalt
The Lake Jackson Trail circles this popular swimming and boating spot in the heart of Sebring. Trail-goers will enjoy waterfront views along the lake's sandy shores and connections to other trails in...
FL 10.5 mi Concrete
The Montverde Greenway Trail or as locals refer to it "The Greenway" provides safer passage along County Road 455 for commuting and recreational activities. The paved trail runs along a former...
FL 1 mi Concrete
The Sebring Parkway Trail follows this major thoroughfare though downtown Sebring. Trail-goers will pass by three popular recreational attractions—Sebring Lake, Dinner Lake and Lake Jackson—as they...
FL 4 mi Concrete

Recent Trail Reviews

Courtney Campbell Trail

Courtney CampBell trail

June, 2024 by tiffanyblack5

This was our first time and we came on Fathers Day Sunday and arrived around 12pm and parked at Ben T Walton beach I think it was called and it was perfect spot to unload our e-bikes and ride. Parking was $7 for 4 hrs but we were done in 2 but it was really nice and the breeze off the water kept us cool! We were gonna hit the beach after but we needed to get home but u def could have done both! Also we loved it because there was hardly anyone on it :)

West Orange Trail

Great Trail

June, 2024 by wade.lanier

Scenery: 4/5
Shade: 4/5
Condition: 3/5
Crowdedness: 3/5
Amenities: 4/5
Road Crossings: 2/5
Signage: 3/5

This is a great trail, but it's not perfect. It meanders through several cute neighborhoods, towns, and wooded areas with a diverse array of pleasant scenery (woods, charming homes, open vistas, etc.). Stations and outposts all along the trail provide better amenities than most other trails. With just a few exceptions, shade is ample. The trail is very popular and can get quite crowded, especially between the end point at Killarney Station and the Apopka-Vineland outpost. Once you get past the Apopka-Vineland Outpost (heading east from Killarney Station) and turn north, the crowd really thins out and it's much easier to travel. Naturally, crowds are heaviest on weekends and when the weather is mild. The trail is in good shape for the most part, although there are places where it is noticeably bumpy due to root incursion. My biggest complaint is the number of road crossings - there are a LOT. Some of them are very busy with automobile traffic, and some of them are quite rough. All in all, though, it's a very pleasant trail, and I would certainly ride it again. It's important to note that this trail is relatively long. I have ridden the entire trail, and my observations apply to the trail as a whole. Some observations may not apply to certain sections of the trail.

South Lake and Lake Minneola Scenic Trail

Among the Best in Central Florida

June, 2024 by wade.lanier

Scenery: 5/5
Shade: 4/5
Condition: 5/5
Crowdedness: 4/5
Water Availability: 3/5
Road Crossings: 3/5
Signage: 2/5

This is one of my favorite trails in Central Florida. In this area, the West Orange Trail is the most popular, but I think the South Lake/Lake Minneola Trail beats out in terms of scenery and crowdedness. Except for the portion of the trail that follows the shoreline of Lake Minneola, shade is ample. It is less crowded than the West Orange Trail, except for the portion that runs through the lakefront park on Lake Minneola. This is understandable given the nature of the park. The crowded stretch is manageable as long as you take it slow and are patient, and it's relatively short compared to the rest of the trail as a whole. The scenery both through wooded areas and along the lake is great. On the western end, the section through Lake Hiawatha Preserve is beautiful albeit very short. Beyond the Preserve (heading west), there's not much to see. The trail is in very good shape, but there are a good number of road crossings. Overall, a really great trail that, in my opinion, is more enjoyable than the West Orange Trail.

Accordion

Hancock Trail

Description Says It All

June, 2024 by wade.lanier

Scenery: 2/5
Shade: 1/5
Condition: 5/5
Crowdedness: 5/5
Water Availability: 1/5
Road Crossings: 1/5
Signage: 3/5

Skip this one if you have better options. The description pretty much says it all: not much scenery (almost entirely suburban), hilly (for Florida standards), no water, no shade. On a clear day, there is some scenery at the northern end where you can see Lake Apopka and the Orlando skyline on the eastern horizon, but rampant development is quickly wiping that out. There are a lot of road crossings, some busy. Virtually all of the trail parallels a rather busy, noisy road. The trail is in good shape (except for a few spots where roots have created bumps - mostly on the southern end), but I'm not sure why the description says that it is 14 feet wide. There may be short sections where that is the case, but mostly not. The trail is not crowded at all, but, given its shortcomings, that's not surprising.

Town-n-Country Greenway (Hillsborough County)

enjoyable

May, 2024 by jesuslorenzana

It might be short and might need more benches but one thing for sure is beautiful and if you walk along the Sweetwater Creek between you can see stingrays and manatees swimming. I recommend it.

Tampa Riverwalk

This section of trial was alive with people and activities on a Saturday evening. Walking was perfect, too crowded for anything else.

May, 2024 by jasonheystek3

This section of trial was alive with people and activities on a Saturday evening. Walking was perfect, too crowded for anything else.

Withlacoochee State Trail

Rode 5 miles South of Inverness then 5 miles North.South was better but both very nice.

April, 2024 by waypointtwo

Rode 5 miles South of Inverness then 5 miles North.South was better but both very nice.

Neptune Road Recreational Pathway

on its way to something good

April, 2024 by sharon_wb

The northern portion is gorgeous with Waterview to the west and a nice ride through beautiful parks. I went a little further and did the regional trail just north of this one and it was absolutely beautiful but very short. The section after the high school heading north is dangerous for unsteady cyclist. The local community is actively working to improve this 3 to 5 mile section of trail Once that is complete the trail will be quite nice. The majority of the trail is a double wide sidewalk, so it is not good for a zone four or five ride. It is perfect for a leisure zone 2 ride. The Northern section is excellent for a family bike ride. On my way back heading south. I avoided the double wide sidewalk and rode the generous bike lane until it ended.

Withlacoochee State Trail

BEAUTY of a Trail!

March, 2024 by nume0112

On Easter, we parked in the Hernando lot and drove south to Floral City, before returning! Scenery ranges from beautiful partially shaded trails, several lakes and waterways, turtles, and alligators. LOTS of potential restaurants for a break (seafood, pizza, ice cream, etc.). We sat on the deck at Stumpknockers (5 blocks off trail) for an horsdoeuvre and bevvy! This portion of the trail was 29 miles round trip. We’ll be back to do the Northern portion!

Chain of Lakes Trail

Cute trail

March, 2024 by hitchcock.anita1

This is a short city trail ride but well maintained. There are sections of it which are quite pretty. There are amenities along the way, and with a Dunkin Donuts, 7-11, and a Diner at the trail end.

Starkey Wilderness Park Paved Trail

Great Trail...Trail information is a bit inaccurate

March, 2024 by 4jxs28d2k4

The trail is over 6 miles long if you start at the Starkey Park Bike Trailhead. The map on here that starts at Long Leaf is inaccurate. If you started at Long leaf and followed the path it would take you about 5 miles just to get to the park.

The park is free with ample parking and mostly good signage. There is a bathroom and water station at both ends of the nicely paved trail. Be on the lookout for snakes and tortoises on the trail!

Courtney Campbell Trail

Family Friendly

March, 2024 by dolsonfamily2013

Perfect trail for families with young children in their bikes

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