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Find the top rated cross country skiing trails in Coconut Creek, whether you're looking for an easy short cross country skiing trail or a long cross country skiing trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a cross country skiing trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
I am amazed this can be called a trail or Greenway. It is miles of blazing sun, no green below or above, next to heavily trafficked fast moving roads. I see sad hot workers commuting on this by necessity not fun.
My wife and I enjoy biking while visiting new areas. We drive to a public park and took our bikes out along this paved and well-maintained path through a residential area. While it followed the busy road, there was always distance between the road and the path and safe crosswalks when they intersected.
Too many street crossings on busy roads I got hit by a car that ran a red light
This is a great trail for a chil ride. Starts on 8st all the way down to 232.
After striking out at the Moore Haven and Clewiston sites (closed), we went to Belle Glade and road up to Pahoke. When this trail is finished it will be magnificent!
Talked to Clewiston COC. They say that the trail is open in Belle Glade. We’ll check it out tomorrow.
-Started at Moore Haven- closed - Drove down to Clewiston- closed No one seems to know what the plan is. Tried Clewiston Chamber of Commerce- no answer
Is short, the part below i95 is not pleasant, lot to improve on that trail
It's just a wider sidewalk, not in all parts, next to a street with heavy traffic. More useful for locals to get to some places. Didn't even know it extended beyond 89th ave because the wider faded green section disappears and then it's just a 3' sidewalk.
It's like a big sidewalk in that you have so many pedestrians that you have to watch out for because they don't bother to stay to the right. Also, I didn't like that the trail is so bumpy. I think you're better off just using the bike lane which is pretty close by, although that is kind of bumpy as well. One plus is that you can stop by Gumbo Limbo Nature Center or check out the boardwalk even though bikes are probably not allowed on it.
The trail has a good paved surface, and it's great if you can have a tailwind at your back. I don't like that you have major roads to cross like Lyons road, Powerline Road, and Military Trail. A lot of drivers don't really pay attention to their surroundings, so don't be surprised if someone , who is making a turn, cuts in front of you as you're riding on the trail. You have to have your head on a swivel, and make sure that you're noticed.
So far , 9/25/21, from my own personal experience, the longest stretch of paved trail that you can ride on without being blocked is from Port Mayaca to Taylor Creek. Which is about 19 miles. Recently, I got on the trail at South Bay. I could only pedal a very limited distance before the paved part ran out or the path was blocked because of construction. As other people have stated, you might want to bring plenty of water and sunscreen.
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