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Finally the connection of the second and third section is near completion at mile marker 14.5 where the trail dead ended into a recycling dump before. In addition they are constructing public restrooms along the trail at the Winter Springs High School sports complex. This turns the trail from a 4 to a 5 star bike trail, though it still has many road crossings and certain sections get quite busy on weekends. People are overall polite and cooperative when you announce yourself and communicate well with drivers at the many 4 way stops. I love this trail since a lot of it runs through shady wooded areas, especially between Longwood and Oviedo.
Parked in Sand Point Park, rode to Aurantia Trailhead & back (20 mi) No services, but there are a few places nearby to stop for water. Check out Pier 220 for lunch & a great water view
Nice ridding with easy connections to others trail but intermittent crossing & stop signs ¿
Great trail , nicely kept , water& bench seating available! Easily connects to other central trails !
We used the new, temporary parking just off 2850 List Road, the entrance to the only on weekends Wildlife Loop for cars. This temp lot is open daily and you can walk your bike through the opening left at the gate. However, the wildlife on the trail and the fact that it's closed to cars during the week makes up for it. We rode to Limpkin Point. The trail varies in comfort, sometimes a bit rocky, definitely not for road bikes. We took about an hour, stopping to see the wildlife and scenery. There are clean port-a-potties at the pump house and close to the trail entrance.
There is no need to ride this trail as a stand alone ride. It crosses many business entrances with many dips creating whoop-de-doos more appropriate for a motocross course. As it parallels 415, there is very little beauty to take in as you ride, the exception being the view from the bridge over the St. John’s. But the half cloverleaf under the bridge to change sides of 415 is incredibly bumpy and the turns extremely sharp. This trail will be an important link when the trails in Sanford are finished to the Florida East Central Regional Trail
Visiting Orlando, first time we brought our bikes. Looked this up on the App. Enjoyed the rides on the well paved trail. Overcast February day, so sun was not a problem. Great warm up ride for a casual 1 hour ride out and back.
Looks like most of the trail is cut and parts of it are graded. There is creek bridge installed - not ready for primetime yet.
My husband and I rode this trail for our first time today. It’s a very nice, level trail with lots of shade. There are mile markers posted along the way which is pretty nice. I saw a handful of bike maintenance stations to air up your tires, small repairs. The only bathroom was located just north of where the trailhead entrance is on the east end of the trail. There are benches along the path. I wish there were a couple of picnic areas, but that’s just me! We parked at Belle Terre Parkway and rode to the east end and back. Our next ride will include Hwy 1 to Belle Terre Pkwy. Looking forward to another ride!
We parked at Humane Society Rd and did the whole trail. 90% is right next to the road so no fresh air - exhaust fumes instead. One section you have to bike on the road. We didn’t like that as the cars are going very fast, even though it’s supposed to be 35mph! There are pretty trees and quite a lot of shade, but I wouldn’t chose to ride this trail again anytime soon.
Anyone have an update on the completion of the Osteen Maytown Rd section.. The last time I rode that section part of it had the rock base on it and part still being cut through woods... Thanks Chris
Great trail with lots of shade. Parking at park by trailhead. Bathrooms were open during COVID in Jan. 2021. 2 covered pavilions, kids playground,basketball court, & water fountain at park. Water fountain & several benches on trail. Smooth paved trail. Crosses some streets but no traffic, clearly marked, wheel chair accessible.
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