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Good Neighbor Trail

We liked it!

January, 2022 by blthomas411

Tried this trail today. Came in from the Withlachoochee Trail. Only went about six miles on it because we had a way to go to get back home. Nice, smooth ride with very few other riders. Want to go back and do the entire trail next time and we will come in from the Beooksville end. Could definitely use a restroom and a place to get water along the trail. Other than that, it was a nice ride!

Cady Way Trail

Home Base

January, 2022 by obiratkenobi

I purchased a home that backed up to This trail in 2001. As such, I have walked and biked it thousands of times. It doesn’t get old. Beautiful, not too crowded, wide. The trail was a lot of shade under large old oaks while in the “Pines,” and you can take it East to Oviedo, eating, and a mall or West to Baldwin Park for a quaint downtown bite or drink (brewery, etc.). Further West you can hit another Mall (kind odd…two malls on a trail?) or continue along to downtown Orlando!

Withlacoochee Bay Trail

What A Surprise!

January, 2022 by 6pqh2ckmr7

Great ride! Only car Traffic was parking lot! This was a very nice ride. Straight to the Gulf of Mexico! We’re from Louisiana so it was nice to see the Gulf again with no hurricane. Hahaha! Loving the Florida Sunshine State!!!


Suncoast Trail


January, 2022 by nancye1966

If you are looking to use a racing bike and just get a ride in, this would be the trail. It is a smooth ride and well maintained. It is not for the casual rider. There isn’t much shade, water stations or even stops. You will find a noisier ride since you are paralleling a major highway. The one great surprise is at approx 4 miles north of 56, you will find an entrance to Starkey Park where you can take a peaceful ride in the park.

SR 415 Trail

done as part of a loop around Lake Monroe

December, 2021 by rick1635

This trail is fine as a connection from Sanford, but isn’t a place to go as a destination ride. It starts at Celery Rd/Lake Mary Rd (SR 415) and terminates in Osteen where it runs into the East Central Regional Rail Trail (ECRRT). The trail is concrete and wide. It goes over the St Johns and loops under the bridge and rides along the northbound side for about 5 miles where it ends under the ECRRT.

East Central Regional Rail Trail

Terrific Ride!

December, 2021 by clowdsley

We had a wonderful ride through quiet marshes and natural habitat. Biked 38 miles and enjoyed the whole trip, seeing lots of wildlife including multiple tortoises and viper snake. I highly recommend this ride. Bring plenty of water.

Spring to Spring Trail

Great ride & amenities

December, 2021 by marilynmeeske

We parked in Lake Beresford Park and rode south to the “current” end of the trail which is Rob Sullivan Park. Lots of shade, great parking and amenities (bathroom, water) at both ends. Highly recommend. Round trip is approximately 18 miles. This trail has curves and hills. Felt great!

Lake Underhill Path

Connecting from the Orlando Urban trail

December, 2021 by moisesj700

If you are ending the Orlando Urban trail at Magnolia or Orange Ave. continue on any of these streets south until you reach Livingston St. then make a left (go east). This will dead end at Maguire Blvd at which point you will have to turn right (go south). Maguire will turn into N. Crystal Lake Dr. This is where this trail starts. You can make circles around Lake Underhill park for more miles. Every time I’ve gone there, there are plenty of ppl around jogging, walking, biking. I saw otters one time near the edge of the lake.

Spring to Spring Trail

Connector Trail … more like a sidewalk

December, 2021 by marilynmeeske

We rode the northern section of the trail, from DeLeon Springs to W. Minnesota Street. A good portion of this trail is a narrow sidewalk. We had breakfast at Ponce DeLeon State Park (you cook your own pancakes) and then we hit the trail. Next time we will ride the next segment that starts near Lake Beresford Park. We checked it out, lots of amenities.

Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway (Santos Trailhead to CR 200)

Beautiful Ride

November, 2021 by deborahdebmartin

We rode this trail today and it's one of our favorites so far! Smooth paved trail, we saw a deer, turtle and snake!

Shingle Creek Regional Trail (FL)

Longer section open

November, 2021 by courtneymillerproductions

I was happily surprised to see a new section of this trail open, south of Oak Ride. There’s a good length that you can travel south all the way to Sand Lake Road. Beware a section that is being repaired just north of LB McLeod … but it’s possible to walk your bike past in the travel lane when clear. I do wish there was more signage overall

West Orange Trail

First Ride in Florida This Fall

November, 2021 by ronbadger66

Rode with 9 other recumbent rides (CRABS) on a beautiful day, starting in Winter Garden to the Horse Park near Apopka, returning to WG, then on to Killarney Station & back to WG for a nice 30+ mile ride. Beat the rain as well.

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