Port Orange, FL Atv Trails and Maps

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East Central Regional Rail Trail

Scenic ride in nature

July, 2020 by eproagi

We parked our car at Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park which has facilities. We left the park and turned right on a Parker Avenue to pick up the Greenway Bike Trail. What a beautiful ride. We saw a couple turtles, butterflies and other bicycle enthusiasts enjoying the peaceful, natural setting. Glad I support Rails to Trails. Agi & Ray

Seminole Wekiva Trail

Pretty nice trail!

June, 2020 by laurajcohen11

Really nice trail for a casual bike ride. Wide path, mostly covered by trees so you’re in the shade. Felt very safe on this trail, as a female. I’m giving this 4 stars because it’s not ideal for road biking. There are many intersections, so a lot of stopping and checking for traffic.

West Orange Trail

amazing trail

June, 2020 by robertmaykel

Vary safe and ride friendly, good uphill climb, I really enjoy it.


SR 415 Trail

Better down the road

June, 2020 by newbejoe

From the East Central Regional Rail Trail / ECG Corridor running south along the east side of 415, the trail starts out as a bumpy concrete wide sidewalk, running past Osteen Diner a short ways down, turning to smoother asphalt for the remainder of your journey. A few miles down is Beck Ranch Park. There you can get water, take a nature break, or just simply rest. A few miles after that, you will run into the St. John’s River where you will pass under 415, emerging on the west side of 415 to continue your journey south over the St. John’s to the current end of trail. You can take Celery Ave. into Sanford if you wish. Traffic is not too terrible. But soon there will be a connection with Sanford Trail tor trail completin

Lake Baldwin Trail

Great trail -make ride longer starting at Blue Jacket Park

May, 2020 by rhondarfitzgerald71

We did this ride on a Sunday morning at about 8:30am. It wasn’t super busy, nor too hot yet. We started by parking at Blue Jacket Park and riding over to Lake Baldwin Park. We rode around Lake Baldwin twice and then rode back to our parking spot. The starting point change gave us an extra mile round trip! Plenty of shade near the lake and some spots were a little higher to climb (I was riding a cruiser with no gears ¿¿). We will do this one again.

East Central Regional Rail Trail

Edgewater to Maytown

May, 2020 by sandymo

We rode from Rotary Park 10 miles toward Maytown and returned. The trail is wonderfully maintained and a joy to ride. Not crowded at all on a Saturday, so I was very surprised. Very easy trail with a single overpass was the only “bump” on the trail we encountered. Both shade and sun but need to make sure to take water depending on the length of your ride. I’d highly recommend this trail for a fitness ride or to enjoy the nature.

Little Econ Greenway

great place

May, 2020 by icidrosalgado

Grew up going to Blanchard park but finally did the trail. Very scenic near the river but there is parts where you are behind peoples houses and the river becomes a small ditch. For a more scenic view recommend starting from the parking next to the dealership and head East n finish at the end of Blanchard park.

Seminole Wekiva Trail

Very Pretty; ideal for a long ride

May, 2020 by vivianasol08

My dad and I rode this trail yesterday. I was aiming to do about 28 miles since it says here it is only a 14 mile trail...we ended up making it to marker 16 before we turned back. I am not exactly sure how many miles there are, but it looked to be a lot longer than I initially thought. It was really well maintained, not hilly at all, and very pretty.

East Central Regional Rail Trail

Great Place to Ride

May, 2020 by franknorris321

I live about 35 miles south of Titusville but have driven there many times to ride the trail. I park in Veterans Memorial Park in Titusville on the river. From there it is only about a half mile to the trail head by the visitors center. Of course it is usually a longer ride if I am driving that far, like 40-60 miles. One I love is all the way to Osteen to eat breakfast at the Osteen Diner and back. That is just over 61 miles round trip. Heading down this trail, much of which is through the woods, on a cool morning with about a 7 AM start is the highlight of my week. (Note that from Titusville the first 5 miles or so crosses several roads but after Mims you are away from civilization and just enjoying nature).


East Central Regional Rail Trail

Wonderful Trail - Inconsiderate Bicyclists

May, 2020 by eunice49

We walk and ride (mostly walk) various segments of this wonderful trail as we are extremely fortunate to have it just minutes from our home. It is truly world-class; among the very best we have used across the country. And the recently installed awesome signage and mile markers are just icing on the cake. One aspect of signage is sadly lacking, however. Some simple reminders of trail safety rules and etiquette are sorely needed. We are routinely subjected to bikers riding two and even three abreast who force us to have to step off the trail - if coming towards us; or flying up behind us (usually with no passing notice) and leaving almost no room as they swerve around us. The problem has become much worse recently due to a lot of "amateurs" on the trail seeking relief from the virus situation who have no idea of the simple, common sense rules that are needed to keep us all safe. Volusia County has posted temporary signs directed mainly at COVID-19 distancing guidelines, but they are being mostly ignored. The problem escalates on weekends to the point we choose instead to walk neighborhoods with good sidewalk networks rather than put up with the frustration of dealing with too many rude, self-centered and uncaring bikers.

East Central Regional Rail Trail

Ride this trail every morning

May, 2020 by photo 1

This is the nicest part of my day, have ridden it since the hard pack was down. Live just adjacent to the beginning in Edgewater. Been an avid supporter of rails to trails since the inception. Nice to see everybody enjoying it, families with kids, dogs etc, Only bummer sometimes are the road bikers can be very rude. This trail is for everybody to use. Thanks rails to trails, this has changed my life for the better.

Cady Way Trail

nice trail

May, 2020 by julie443

Really nice trail with lots of benches and water fountains. You do have to cross busy traffic sometimes.

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