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Pinellas County has embarked on the impressive task of creating a 75-mile chain of trails, to be known as the Pinellas Trail Loop. When complete, Duke Energy Trail will be a 22.5 mile link in that chain, connecting to the existing Pinellas Trail and Weedon Island Trail at its northern and southern ends, respectively. The route utilizes power line corridors for most of its extent.
Currently, trail users can access 4.1 miles of multipurpose pathway in two disconnected sections. The southern segment begins at another path, the Ream Wilson Clearwater Trail, and travels south along Old Coachman Road for 1 mile until it crosses the Gulf to Bay Boulevard (Route 60) and moves away from roads. It continues south along the power lines for another 1.5 miles until ending at Belleair Road.
The northern segment begins at Sunset Point Road and travels north 1.6 miles to Enterprise Road, including a pedestrian overpass of US 19.
For the southern trail segment, parking is available adjacent to Spectrum Field (601 N. Old Coachman Road). Another option is parking in the nearby Northeast Coachman Park (1120 Old Coachman Road), along the Ream Wilson Clearwater Trail; restrooms are also available in the park.
For the northern segment, parking is available off Sunset Point Road, just east of Skyline Drive.
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