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A good trail that passes over the Bayway bridges and through some nice scenery. The only bad part is near the east end of the trail where it passes the sewage treatment facility. The smell can be pretty bad, but it’s survivable. It also connects to the Skyway Trail, which you can take to the Pinellas Trail to the North or toward the Skyway Bridge Trail to the South (there is a gap between the Skyway and Skyway Bridge trails). 5 stars for connectivity, but minus 2 stars for the smell.
A beautiful course and opportunity to learn some history while enjoying the great sights along the Gulf and intercoastal waters.
PLEASE MORE trash can containers ¿¿¿¿ Let’s keep it out of the waterways, trail itself and natural ecosystems ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿
May 5. Really nice trail easy passing because it's wide . We plan another ride because it is long 40 some miles. We rode the first 10miles coming from the south. Kind of boring but like I said the trail is mint. Clearwater is next and closer to the water. The
My first time on it and liking it much so far. Will complete our next time around for sure!
My sister in law and I decided to go for a walk on this trail. Not knowing where to expect we were very pleasant surprised. The pathway is pretty shaded and certainly wide enough to do social distancing. There is an abundance of beautiful flora and even some fauna- an armadillo walked out in front of us, spotted a beautiful red cardinal, a large red tail hawk and quite an abundance of butterflies. Some people walking, some biking but definitely not overly populated. One feels as if they’re “out in the country” while being right in town. Would highly recommend this if you’re looking for a shorter walk
Definitely can use more trash cans (garbage throughout), a bit of maintenance (small sink holes here and there, signaling)
I live right near this trail and so happy it opened. It has a nice paved, smooth surface and the views are great. It connects the Starkey Trail to the Pinellas trail, so you have access to 100 miles of pure trails.
I very recently found this trail & fell in love. It’s a perfect shot to Vinoy park, where it’s absolutely beautiful.
water, mangroves and forests. plus an excellent paved bike surface. it's just beautiful.
Totally appreciate the Suncoast Trail for its excellent surface conditions and length. There are cold water stops and a few benches along the way that provide a place to rest and refuel. A great trail to maintain fitness on a bike, jogging or walking. Summer rides should be accomplished early as possible during the day as it can get quite hot by midday on. Wind will be part of these rides on most occasions so be prepared and budget your ride accordingly. Afternoon shade develops eventually as the sun angles to the west. Adding Starkey Park Trail will add about 6.5 miles one way if you go all the way to the park‘s entrance at Starkey BLVD. The northern end of the Suncoast has some small rollers while the southern portions of the Trail remain flat. Adding the Upper Tampa Bay Trail portion accessible from the Lutz Lake Fern Trailhead parking lot to Van Dyke Rd and incorporating all of Starkey Park’s Trail you can do a Century Ride using the entire length of the Suncoast Trail to Ponce de Leon BLVD Parking lot and back the parking lot on Lutz Lake Fern Rd. For long or short bike rides, the Suncoast Trail is one of the best in Florida.
We connected with this trail from the Duke energy trail near spectrum Field. The ride is absolutely gorgeous, going through two parks. It is a viable way to get across US 19 going underneath, and riding above McMullen Booth. - Two busy roads.It is a great way to get to safety Harbor and ride along the waterfront there. This has become one of our favorite rides.
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