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The Lake Baldwin Trail is a 12-foot wide multi-use trail that circles Lake Baldwin in Orlando Florida. The asphalt trail is wide enough to accommodate different types of users, including older residents out for a leisurely stroll, families looking for a safe place to ride together, and dogs and their owners getting some exercise. At the cardinal points of the route, you’ll pass some points of interest: In the north, Lake Baldwin Trail in Winter Park is a dog-friendly green space with benches, picnic tables and a playground. This segment of the trail is wooded and shaded. You’ll also find Veteran’s Memorial Park up there.
Orlando’s Baldwin Park neighborhood is a planned community to the south of the Lake. The Baldwin Lake Village Center features restaurants and shopping with views of the lake. The trail also skirts the edge of the Blue Jacket Park on the west side of the lake. Directly across the lake from that, the loop connects to the Little Econ Greenway If looping the trail gets a little repetitive, you can always extend your hike or ride significantly by taking that spur to the Cady Way Trail, and riding north to where it connects to the 23-mile Cross Seminole Greenway.
You can park at Lake Baldwin Park in Winter Park (2000 S Lakemont Ave.). Street parking is also available along Lakemont Ave. on the west side of the Lake.
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