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Gayle's Trails is part of a growing greenways and trails system that will eventually span the entirety of Panama City Beach. Gayle's Trails connects Frank Brown Park to the 3,000-acre Panama City...
Blountstown Greenway passes through the heart of the charming town of Blountstown, the seat of Calhoun County in the Florida Panhandle. The paved trail's lush natural surroundings are a haven for...
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Port City Trail allows visitors to access some of the best attractions in Port St. Joe, a coastal community that rests on shores of pristine St. Joseph Bay in the Florida Panhandle. Along the paved...
The Timpoochee Trail traces the Gulf of Mexico shoreline and Scenic Highway 30-A as it travels through beachside communities and state forest lands between Dune Allen and Rosemary Beach. Trail-goers...
This entire trail is about 6-7 miles. Completely gone to crap. Not maintained at all. The town takes great care of their little parks but the bike trail is garbage. Sides are collapsing and many heaves. Many crossing where you can get run over by people running the stop signs. On a special day you may find huge hogs standing you off. Bridge closed off for good. Parking is also very limited. Whoever runs this doesn’t care about it at all.
Park at Salinas Park as you come into the Cape. bathrooms, covered screened picnic tables. Easy 8-9 mile ride down to the state park. Stopped at Longbills restaurant about 7 miles down on the right next to the fire station. Blackened chicken tacos were amazing! Amazing gulf and bay views the entire ride. Less than a mile from Salinas Park, there is a trail to the right that takes you to an overview area of the bay and Black Island. Pretty awesome view around sunset.
Have to agree, not marked well. We parked at the nursing college hoping that it would not be a problem. Did enjoy our ride into town had a very nice lunch at Sisters restaurant. Would do it again
I was a little worried about taking my road bike on this trail based on some reviews, but it was actually pretty great! It's not the same as riding on a wide shoulder on sparse roads, but the foot/slower bike traffic isn't bad, and there's plenty of room to pass. the path is pretty well maintained. the biggest issue is a few points where you have to cross the road and switch sides. Still, I averaged about 16.5 mph and could have gone a bit faster if I wanted to. You're not going to get race training in here, but if you just want to get the legs moving, this is a great option.
Put in at Salinas park at the start of 30e. The trail is great fully paved and smooth. You will ride a ways before you see the ocean. You can ride this all the way to st joe state park you can also ride in the park. Cone heads is at the end of 30e where we stopped to eat and rest before returning to salinas park round trip it was 16 miles. It’s easily one of my faves of the area
This is NOT a rail trail or anything similar just to manage expectations. This is a nice family cruiser bike “path” or nice for walkers and runners. As a road cyclist, I was super excited about a paved “trail”. SMH. It is best for a road cyclist to just prepare to ride on a very narrow road most of the way sharing the road with vehicles.
BEWARE !! in Seagrove Beach, the red light at the intersection of 30A and S.Co. Hwy 395--we were on the bike trail, we had a green light , going west, and nearly were run over by pickup trucks and cars turning right. I assumed we had the right of way, but the trucks and cars paid us no attention, just zoomed around the corner. Very disturbing !!
It’s been awhile since riding this trail. I like it though it’s a bit short. Some of the pavement edges are in need of repair and the wooden bridge close to the park end of the trail is closed off because of unsafe conditions. This was also noted by a rider back in February. Maybe some repairs will be done in the near future. Hope so.
Nice trails. Good for all ages.
Interesting trail but way too many curb cuts and people walking.
Rode in February. A bit busy even during off season. Noise from traffic is constant. But the trail was safe to ride. Many people rode with beach cruisers. Lots of places to rent them.
We started skating the Sam Atkins park FL trail and after a few hundred yards bridge was closed:(No way to go further. The "temporarily closed sign" looked pretty permanent.
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