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Recent Trail Reviews

Hancock Trail

Challenging but beautiful

November, 2020 by pkrauss_tl

We started at the golf club. We only rode this trail for a very short distance - but what we did see the trail was absolutely beautiful. It was too challenging for my wife and I - we are in our mid 70s. Glad we gave it a shot. (Wish we were 10 years younger!

Okeechobee Road Path

Flat & Lots of Birds

November, 2020 by ljcrary

This is a very flat trail with good, wide pavement. The westerly half is particularly rural, skirting large cattle ranches with oak hammocks. There are no trees for shade. There are many birds on this trail - hawks, herons, killdeer, kingfishers, storks, egrets, etc. - and the occasional alligator. It’s a good trail for spinning. Be sure to wear sunscreen.

Shingle Creek Regional Trail (FL)

Favorite Daily Route

November, 2020 by b8vfp9dcym

I pick up the trail at Destination Parkway and go all the way up to Oak Ridge (3 miles total). It's well maintained, and really quite beautiful and peaceful. I incorporate these two sections into my daily ride and love it every time! The Destination Parkway to Sand Lakr road section is 1 mile along a canal setting. Lots of Sandhill Cranes to be seen, and some snakes (be careful, they're pretty venomous), but never any gators, which I have seen on the Sand Lake to Oak Ridge section (2 miles) in the lakes/ponds. This is a popular multi use trail, so be aware of people walking/running.

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Old Cutler Trail

We enjoyed the trail.

November, 2020 by samcruzpr

We enjoyed the trail.

Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway (Santos Trailhead to CR 200)

Great trail, with a little hiccup

November, 2020 by bretthburkey

This is a beautiful ride through forest vistas and rolling hills. The asphalt is smooth like velvet. When you separate from the few trailheads, you can feel pretty lonely. We ride road bikes so the paved trail is not accessible from the Ross Prairie trailhead. There is accessibility to the west end of the trail about a quarter mile up SR-200 but no real place to park. We had to drive 8 miles to the 49th St trailhead to find a formal parking area. But, it was all worth it. Only two cross streets on the entire trail. It tunnels under some and a land bridge over I-75. We will return frequently.

Suncoast Trail

Great for a long ride.

November, 2020 by pygme

Being relatively new to Florida, I sought out a home near good/safe cycling. I was hoping for secluded roads, but found the Suncoast Trail instead. The SCT was a major reason I purchased a home were i did. A bad day on the SCT is better than a good day on the road! You can ride for miles and miles without the fear of cars. There are some major intersection crossings but if you obey the lights and use common sense safety, you'll be fine. Bring plenty of water. There are some convenient stores along the route, but you'll need to venture off the trail for a half mile or so.

Starkey Gap Trail

Great addition to the area.

November, 2020 by pygme

I love the newly completed Starkey Gap Trail. It opens up a whole new world of trails from north of 54 to the south. Speaking of, 54: A bridge over that road is imperative. It is such a dangerous crossing. I am confused as to why the crossing is west of Starkey Blvd because it forces you to navigate the dangerous intersection twice.

Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail

A great ride

November, 2020 by jim504

I have just returned home after completing the 106 miles from Key Largo to Key West. After reading some of the reviews here I was a bit concerned with making this trip. While I agree that there are a number of surfaces you ride along the way that include sidewalks, trails, and roads, I found all quite manageable and safe. There is debris in spots especially on bridges but nothing more than I find riding my local roads. If you haven’t ridden on busy roads prior this probably is not the trip for you. We woke up early and crossed the Seven Mile Bridge around 7 am on a Friday and traffic wasn’t too bad. There is a big enough shoulder that you can maneuver around debris and still be safe. In the end The trail exceeded my expectations and I look forward to doing this trip again in January.

Shingle Creek Regional Trail (FL)

Very nice but short

November, 2020 by cprado2005

Trail is in great shape.. nice view as you ride.. It is very short 8.5 mile round trip..

Neptune Road Recreational Pathway

not impressed

November, 2020 by cprado2005

Trail is average.. no much to see.. 90% of the trail is next to a busy road... Trail is not road bike friendly... ok if you have mountain bike.. I will not recommend!!

Pine Island Bike Path

the staring and end point are cool

November, 2020 by koen.devits.usa

But what’s in between is maybe a bit dull. Long path next to main road. Yes it’s nicely paved so a smooth ride but it does not give much scenic views. So like some already suggested wonder off the path a bit for some more scenic views.

Duke Energy Trail

Best place in my neighborhood for a walk

November, 2020 by macarduino

I can't wait for the Countryside Blvd to Enterprise Rd trail to be completed! I have a back problem and the crooked sidewalks around my neighborhood just kills my back, I have started taking the trail from Enterprise road to Sunset Point road. All together it is about 6 miles round trip. The trail is beautifully constructed and the bridge over Rt 19 is nothing short of amazing. Well done Duke Energy. The portion of the trail that goes past Top-of-the-World golf course is just a wonderful view. I can't golf right now, but seeing everyone out there enjoying themselves gives me hope. The handicap parking and access at the Sunset Point road location is very well done. I have no idea how many people get to use it, but it couldn't be any more well done. I think it is a real tribute to Duke Energy for participating with Pinellas County to bring this community asset to our area. God bless everyone who is involved in these projects.

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