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Combining asphalt off-street paths and sections of sidewalk (particularly the eastern arc of the loop), the Kissimmee Loop provides access from the city’s residential neighborhoods to many amenities, ranging from schools, to restaurants and shopping. Major points of interest include the Medical Arts District, as well as the popular Shingle Creek Regional Trail. There are two access points from the loop to the Shingle Creek trail: Warbird Avenue in the north, and Hoagland Boulevard in the south.
The John Young Parkway pedestrian bridge is the aesthetic focal point of the ride, a red steel trestle bridge with the name of the trail proudly emblazoned on its side.
On-street parking is available along the loop.
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