Gardenia Trail

Florida

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Gardenia Trail Facts

States: Florida
Counties: Lake
Length: 0.7 miles
Trail end points: Leesburg-Wildwood Trail and Leesburg Recreational Complex
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 12389052

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Gardenia Trail Description

This trail branches off from the Leesburg-Wildwood rail-trail and will some day reach Fruitland Park, about 3 miles away. The current paved portion extends 0.7 miles, cutting a shaded swath past industrial lots as well as the Susan Street Sports Complex and Carver Middle School. The trail is short, but you can always extend your journey by riding or walking the Leesburg-Wildwood Trail, which extends 2.6 miles from point-to-point, and which in turn provides access to other recreational trails in Leesburg.

Parking and Trail Access

Park at the Leesburg Recreation Complex (1851 Griffin Rd, Leesburg) and take the path south towards the Leesburg-Wildwood Trail. There is accessible parking at this location.

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