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We started the trail at the Apopka end. There was no parking so we had to park at the nearby Publix which has good restrooms. The ride was mostly shaded with a cool overpass bridge but there were some questionable areas and apparently homeless individuals on the trail. The other end of the trail near the Killearny Station was much nicer. There’s a nice bike rental shop at that end. If you can handle the 800+ feet which included rolling hills, the South Lake trail was much more interesting.
There’s lots of animals and pretty houses and yards and plant life. It’s all a good destruction from my quads on absolute fire haha
This ride never gets old for me. On the west side of the ride are the towns of Oakland and Winter Garden which have made the Trail a feature of their downtown areas. On the north are the moderate challenges of slow slopes heading into Apopka. A great reward for the ride is found at the restaurants of the Plant Street Market and the beer of Crooked Can inside. It can get busy with pedestrians, especially on weekends, but the ride is well worth it.
We parked our car at Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park which has facilities. We left the park and turned right on a Parker Avenue to pick up the Greenway Bike Trail. What a beautiful ride. We saw a couple turtles, butterflies and other bicycle enthusiasts enjoying the peaceful, natural setting. Glad I support Rails to Trails. Agi & Ray
Picked up trail across from airport. No real trailhead, just a dirt parking area. That’s the only downside of the entire experience. At 7 am We rode 15 mile out and back. 90% shaded. Imagine it would be 75% shaded even later in day. Saw only 2 or 3 bicyclists and one walker the entire 30 miles. Well maintained, clean and swept except for a small 3 mile section. Stopped at Florahome trailhead where they have facilities. That’s the only trailhead we saw on our ride.
Really nice trail for a casual bike ride. Wide path, mostly covered by trees so you’re in the shade. Felt very safe on this trail, as a female. I’m giving this 4 stars because it’s not ideal for road biking. There are many intersections, so a lot of stopping and checking for traffic.
Vary safe and ride friendly, good uphill climb, I really enjoy it.
From the East Central Regional Rail Trail / ECG Corridor running south along the east side of 415, the trail starts out as a bumpy concrete wide sidewalk, running past Osteen Diner a short ways down, turning to smoother asphalt for the remainder of your journey. A few miles down is Beck Ranch Park. There you can get water, take a nature break, or just simply rest. A few miles after that, you will run into the St. John’s River where you will pass under 415, emerging on the west side of 415 to continue your journey south over the St. John’s to the current end of trail. You can take Celery Ave. into Sanford if you wish. Traffic is not too terrible. But soon there will be a connection with Sanford Trail tor trail completin
We did this ride on a Sunday morning at about 8:30am. It wasn’t super busy, nor too hot yet. We started by parking at Blue Jacket Park and riding over to Lake Baldwin Park. We rode around Lake Baldwin twice and then rode back to our parking spot. The starting point change gave us an extra mile round trip! Plenty of shade near the lake and some spots were a little higher to climb (I was riding a cruiser with no gears ¿¿). We will do this one again.
We rode from Rotary Park 10 miles toward Maytown and returned. The trail is wonderfully maintained and a joy to ride. Not crowded at all on a Saturday, so I was very surprised. Very easy trail with a single overpass was the only “bump” on the trail we encountered. Both shade and sun but need to make sure to take water depending on the length of your ride. I’d highly recommend this trail for a fitness ride or to enjoy the nature.
Grew up going to Blanchard park but finally did the trail. Very scenic near the river but there is parts where you are behind peoples houses and the river becomes a small ditch. For a more scenic view recommend starting from the parking next to the dealership and head East n finish at the end of Blanchard park.
I started my ride on State Road 100 just west of Palatka Regional Airport. Very nice well maintained trail. My intentions were to make it to Keystone Heights. Unfortunately, after two knee replacements I found I was not ready to make the complete round trip. While I enjoyed the trail very much, a restroom would have been really nice to see.
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