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Trail is scenic and very well maintained. Downtown Winter Springs a good place to stop for a snack or drink. Many parking options and clean restrooms. Look forward to riding this trail again.
Easy ride. Trail is clean-has a few leaves & sticks. Easy to park & go to the trail.
We enjoy the Flagler trail - I personally have tumbled on the roots on every run but if you step higher or don’t mind a bit of dirt, it is a very pretty and easy flat run along the creek and through the tree canopies. You can easily get a 5, 10k or 1/2 marathon trail run in. Go during dry season. Also very nice for hybrid/dirt bikes or walks.
Cute little towns line the trail as it weaves in and out of locations. Not intended for someone trying to get in long continious miles. Several street crossings.
Park at Blanchard park. The trail is asphalt and well maintained. Very scenic. Worth the ride.
Going east on the trail at Rouse Rd there is no marking as to where to continue. I thought i was at the end. I'll have to go back another time to complete it.
Nice trail to ride and three different options to take. I did Edgewood to Titusville and back, total 70 ‘miles. I stopped at the Philly Cheese Steak restaurant for a good cheese steak, the place was very welcoming. Decided not to do the Cape bridge but should have, next time. The pit stop at the intersection is catered to cyclists with water, fruit, bike kits, everything you will need for a ride. It’s an honor system so donate as much as possible VERGIES PITSTOP THANK YOU I NEED THAT cold water and banana. Will do the trail again to complete a century ride which this track is designed to complete. Trail was nice and clean and full of nature with animals. Many’s snakes and turtles. A couple of gators in the creek
Experienced a bit of difficulty finding parking but eventually solved that problem. The trail is nice and the section my wife and I rode was scenic. In all honesty this trail is too urban for my tastes but I can see how it would appeal to locals for walking, running and recreational riding.
Good for a ride in the neighborhood without being struck by a car - wide path with good directions.
Well paved with more wildlife than you would expect - hawks, herons and Ibis. Relatively suburban, so not much to see other than backyards, fences and retention ponds
Starting in downtown Sanford you can go about a mile & 1/2 then the pavement ends and the rest is rough gravel up to the zoo. There is some road construction underway & hopefully they will pave the rest of the trail before too long. I guess walking or blading would be fine on this short trail.
For now it's a dangerous ride on a narrow shoulder with traffic cones in the path. The Zoo entrance is poorly marked but once there it's a worthwhile place to visit. The paved 1.5 miles is very scenic looking out onto Lake Monroe and there are some interesting shops & buildings to check out there. You also can get across St. John's River on a walkway that leads to another park & Spring to Spring Trail which is very nice.
This trail is similar to Cross Seminole not quite as disjointed but with similar features such as numerous road intersections with slow crossing lights. I missed taking the left at Markham/Thomas Rd area to go towards a river and wound up riding on the road shoulder up to 46, how about adequate signs or painting on some arrows? Why spend all the money on trails but then forget signage?
Maybe this is what's expected in suburban trails. Some sections were pretty scenic with local flora. There were a lot of benches along the way and a biff or 2. If you're looking for a long stretch of relaxing riding this isn't it. Doubt if I'd ride it again.
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