Jasmine Estates, FL Cross Country Skiing Trails and Maps

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General James A. Van Fleet State Trail

Our first visit to this trail

January, 2021 by 8gfczrqgsp

We were very disappointed in our Jan 2021 visit to this nicely shaded and straight as an arrow trail. The surface is kinda bumpy where roots have caused the asphalt to rise making for an uncomfortable ride. Saw only 1 turtle and 1 rat snake. Had hoped for other wildlife so we found it pretty boring. The Withlahoochee remains our favorite!

Coastal Anclote Trail

Sunday ride

January, 2021 by jenfondrk

Trail is great once you get to it. Nice ride from Palm Harbor! Shaded, lots of trees and nature. Rode to the North end and stopped at all the parks and nature trails. Flat smooth ride.

Ream Wilson Clearwater Trail

top of the world

January, 2021 by z5bqrmpnye

I used live in TotW and loved being so close to ReamWilson. Moved to Spring Hill 3 years ago and riding trails are far a few between

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Withlacoochee Bay Trail

An unexpected jewel

January, 2021 by svancore

Not only is this trail very well-maintained but the wildlife is fantastic, the views are amazing and there are periodic outcroppings that are well done and well-maintained so that you can park your bike and walk out to an overlook. We saw a deer and at the end of the trail watched a dolphin hunt in the shallows. We found the contrast of the natural beauty against the distant view of the power plant to be one of the best sites in Florida. Easy access too

Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail

Great urban ride and experience

December, 2020 by dan.willmann

This is a very unique ride as it is so urban. You pass numerous buildings including offices, warehouses, apartments, single family homes, small businesses, etc. There are also several bicycle bridges that cross roads so you don't need to stop for traffic. They were quite cool and a great leg workout riding up so many of them. The other great feature of this trail is its length... it is nearly 50 miles long so for those who love long rides you have plenty of trail to explore.

Upper Tampa Bay Trail

Not what we had expected

December, 2020 by dan.willmann

Since this trail had such high reviews my wife and I drove over from Orlando to give it a try. The first 5 miles or so were nice but then, after crossing Ehrilch Rd (heading north), it got a bit "sketchy" as the trail passed through some less than desirable neighborhoods. The entire trail was well maintained but this last section was not very appealing from an aesthetic point of view and my wife told me that she would not feel safe if I were not with her.

Flatwoods Park Trail

Did 11 miles great experience love this park.

December, 2020 by munozd11

Did 11 miles great experience love this park.

Courtney Campbell Trail

and not a drop to drink... for 10 miles

November, 2020 by icrap511

and not a drop to drink... for 10 miles

Courtney Campbell Trail

Courtney Campbell Trail

November, 2020 by tomalcolmj

Very good bike path. Good distance with a great incline over a bridge to make the ride challenging and interesting. A good 21 mile round tripe workout.

Withlacoochee State Trail

Love the southern half the most

November, 2020 by bretthburkey

The entire trail is terrific but if you only want to do part of it, I suggest the bottom half. The other day we drove to Floral City Park and accessed the trail about a quarter mile down the road to the east. We began riding south on mostly uninterrupted and canopied trail. Along Istachatta Rd with beautiful fields and ranches. We connected with the Good Neighbor Trail at about mile 10 from the terminus and rode southwest. It’s a newer straight trail to Brooksville. We saw two other riders and nothing but trees. Turned around at the end and returned to Floral City. A beautiful 40 mile ride.

Suncoast Trail

Great for a long ride.

November, 2020 by pygme

Being relatively new to Florida, I sought out a home near good/safe cycling. I was hoping for secluded roads, but found the Suncoast Trail instead. The SCT was a major reason I purchased a home were i did. A bad day on the SCT is better than a good day on the road! You can ride for miles and miles without the fear of cars. There are some major intersection crossings but if you obey the lights and use common sense safety, you'll be fine. Bring plenty of water. There are some convenient stores along the route, but you'll need to venture off the trail for a half mile or so.

Starkey Gap Trail

Great addition to the area.

November, 2020 by pygme

I love the newly completed Starkey Gap Trail. It opens up a whole new world of trails from north of 54 to the south. Speaking of, 54: A bridge over that road is imperative. It is such a dangerous crossing. I am confused as to why the crossing is west of Starkey Blvd because it forces you to navigate the dangerous intersection twice.

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