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This trail has been extended and is now about 15 miles but you'll find me on the first 5 miles of Krome Path. The northern/first 1/3 of the trail is by far the best, (this section gets 5 stars) as you go south theres more and more driveways with rumble strips and street crossings. After a rain storm, lots of sand, gravel and debris can be on the path making it difficult for road bikes or skateboarders like myself. Overall, this is one of the safest places to ride in South Florida and its a great place for serious training. But, it's 30 mins from my apartment and can get quite boring at times.
Completed together with the Black Creek Trail. Very nice and relaxing ride.
Yet I still give the bike friendly sidewalk 3 stars for it connects a great park, neighborhoods, services, groceries, restaurants and a library. The bummer is it does not connect to downtown Miami to further facilitate, nor promote a “one less car” mentality. The neighborhoods that border this bike friendly sidewalk benefit, but if you are not from the area, this “trail” offers very little.
This is not the best trail/path to go out of your way to ride. This is a great recreational lane for those whom live in the area and want to get to the park or the Starbucks down the street. I resist calling this a commuter path due to the short length and how it just ends miles before getting to downtown Miami. This would be a great selling point for realtors selling homes in the area for it connects a park with a library and shopping with a gym and some restaurants in the path. All in all, short and a safe choppy way to ride through the neighborhood.
This is a nice ride and the beautiful homes accents the journey. But for such nice neighborhoods one rolls down, the trail needs maintenance. Tree roots are breaking through the pavement and makes for a bumpy ride at times. Yet, all things considered, a fun roll. One can also connect to other routes, which can extend the ride. Fun!
This trail is short, smooth and great for walking, running, skating and riding. Making a loop from Biscayne National Park’s public parking lot to the Old Cutler Road trail to the Black Creek Trail is fun for the family. The loop is about 8 miles and can be a fun morning excursion for the whole family. One can add another mile by riding out to the point and getting that great picture to send to the family of the family. Good fun.
Nice protected trail. If you go early in the morning you get bunch of shade from the trees.
This is a great get away from hectic city life, while still staying close to home. Parking can be found at Larry and Penny Thompson Park, 12451 SW 184th St, Miami, FL 33177 (which has fun little trails to ride as well.) The trail head is close by and takes one on a peaceful journey through south Miami-Dade county. If there were less street crossings, I would have given 5 stars. Worth checking this trail out. Bring the family because it is well worth the outing.
Not well maintained. Lots of broken up asphalt by tree roots. Worth walking, biking okay, yet trail too short; but not good for in-line skates.
This is a walking trail. Although one could bike or in-line skate; the trail pavement is broken up in places due to tree roots and it has not been maintained enough for this to be a smooth ride or skate.
I enjoyed the ride. Just remember to bring ample water.
Does not qualify as trail. A good portion of it is just a sidewalk, you share most of the bridges with 60mph vehicles, unprotected, riding over debris. It is extremely noisy and stressful. The path crosses us1 at random spots. On a busy day it can take you up to 10 minutes. Long key bridge (a separate 2.2 miles of pedestrian/fishermen/bicycle only) would have been great if only it weren’t full of trash. Skip this one altogether. Not worth your like.
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