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Courtney Campbell Trail

great place to ride.

December, 2019 by mikejackson

Nice smooth ride along the water. The paved surface is smooth and is well maintained. Mornings with the sun coming up from over the city in the distance. or in the evening with the beautiful sunset. The cause way is a great place to get in a nice straight line run. The bridges provide some incline. Many picnic area for breaks with scenic views of the bay.

Pine Island Bike Path

great ride

December, 2019 by fuentejps

Not a lot of shade so I wouldn’t recommend in mid summer but during winter is perfect. We really enjoyed it. We did entire length ended up a bit over 28 miles down and back

Venetian Waterway Park

Venetian Waterway

November, 2019 by geob003

The trails are easy to follow and wide open. If you enjoy hills and valleys this isn’t for you. That being said they are great for flat out riding. Enjoy the scenery and possible wild life sightings.

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North Bay Trail

beautiful scenic ride

November, 2019 by andrew.hasel

Scenic ride down by the water. Pedestrians and other bikers were very cordial and there was plenty of room to navigate around. Highly recommend getting some bikes and taking this trail. Got on the trail from the downtown trail.

Ream Wilson Clearwater Trail

Biking for 2

September, 2019 by barbq1956

Great ride on Ream Wilson trail! Lots to see, some shade and sun along the pathway.

Legacy Trail (FL)

Great community Trail

July, 2019 by ironborn

Loved the trail and I rate it as 3.5 stars for a trail to visit. As a roadie and as a local, I would give it 5 stars. Few crossings so you can cruise (speed limit is 15 mph).
Did not see the water fountains every mile, but many restrooms (port-a-johns).
Kind of a boring trail for some.
Did see 3 rabbits, 3 tortoise a black racer snake and I believe 4 scrub jays.

Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail

Cycling fun!!

June, 2019 by ajmoody76

Great urban trail! Smooth surface. No standing water after a rain. I explored the southern end from St. Pete to Clearwater. Wonderful pedestrian bridges over the major roadways made it easy to stay moving. However, the trail crosses quite a bit of traffic in and around Clearwater. Watch out for yourselves! Florida has the highest percentage of cycling deaths, per capita, in the US. I hope to further explore the trail in the future!

Pine Island Bike Path

Not even a bike trail....!

June, 2019 by ak4712

This bumpy sidewalk is not even a bike path......what a mess ! Will never even think about going there again. I am an experienced cyclist. How could anyone give this place 4 stars ?

Ream Wilson Clearwater Trail

hills!

May, 2019 by asharock3333

Only trail with hills in pinellas

Cape Haze Pioneer Trail

Pioneer is a Pleasure

May, 2019 by brstacy2672

I stumbled upon this trail in March as I was driving around wasting an afternoon while it was raining, and found that I was pleasantly surprised by it when I brought my bike back a few days later. The trail was extremely smooth, with easy crossings at the few streets that you encounter. There are several places to stop and rest if you need. Most of the trail is lined by trees, which helps knock down the wind and provides much needed shade from the hot Florida sun!

One of the things that I look for most in a trail is if I can use the ride as a good workout. The Cape Haze Pioneer Trail most certainly provides that!
There is plenty of parking at a trail head just south of SR 776-Gasparilla Road, that also has restroom facilities.

Venetian Waterway Park

Not My Favorite

May, 2019 by brstacy2672

I rode this trail multiple times during March, and decided that I am not so much of a fan. The trail is wide open next to the waterway, which gives some cool views of boats passing by, but the concrete pavement seams provide a nearly constant pounding in your hands and arms as you are riding. The trail winds south along the waterway from the Venice Depot, and easily connects to the Legacy Trail which is a MUCH better option...in my opinion.

Legacy Trail (FL)

Legacy is Legit!

May, 2019 by brstacy2672

I rode this trail several times during late March, and found it to be one of my favorite trails. As others have noted in their reviews, most of the trail from Venice to the northern end is in a typical rural Florida setting. The trail is very flat, which allows you to get your speed up for a good workout. A few of the cross streets have signals to help you cross, but the crossings also have pretty wide open views and you can keep going if no traffic is present.

The trail has several places to rest if needed, and you can also access the Oscar Sherer State Park from the trail. One stop on the northern portion of the trail has an area that you can work on your bike if you need. Some of the best news, is that there are plans for expanding the trail further north to Sarasota, and south towards North Port.

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