Fountain Lake Trail

Florida

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Fountain Lake Trail Facts

States: Florida
Counties: Lake
Length: 0.9 miles
Trail end points: Canal Street and N. 14th Street/ US 27
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 12384927

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Fountain Lake Trail Description

Fountain Lake Trail is just short of a mile long, and occupies a former CSX railroad corridor. The trail is built to accommodate both pedestrians and cyclists, as well as other non-motorized users. It's flat, 15-feet wide and paved. The trail connects to other local and regional trails at both ends: at Canal Street, it meets the Venetian Gardens Trail, while at US-27, the Leesburg-Wildwood Trail continues along the same former railroad corridor, and will eventually stretch all the way to the Lake-Sumter county line.

Parking and Trail Access

Users can park at Berry Park (2121 Johns Ave, Leesburg) and take the Leesburg-Wildwood Trail to 12th Street/ US 27. Fountain Lake Trail begins across US 27.

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