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Whether you are commuting to work and school or going for a family bike ride, this trail has it all. The Pinellas Trail Loop will be a 75-mile loop running throughout the county and is currently composed of the 22-mile Duke Energy Trail on the east side of the peninsula, the 6.5-mile North Bay Trail, and the scenic 46-mile Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail.
As of August 2023, there is a gap in the loop between the north end of the North Bay Trail section near Riviera Bay Park (8131 Macoma Dr NE, St. Petersburg) and the south end of the Duke Energy Trail on Belleair Rd in Clearwater. Known as the "South Gap" this missing section of the trail will be constructed in two phases. A short portion of the trail is already complete—running between 58th Street N along Ulmerton Road to 56th Court N with an underpass under Ulmerton Road. Like the rest of the trail, this segment will have a paved 8- to 12-foot-wide surface and will be ADA compliant. For trail development updates, visit the South Gap Project page on the Pinellas County website.
Looping through the county of Pinellas from Tarpon Springs to St. Petersburg, the trail provides connections to Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Safety Harbor, Largo, Seminole, South Pasadena and Gulfport. The route offers a mix of peaceful scenic sections meandering through nature and more community-centered sections that link residential areas, schools, and businesses.
The ADA-compliant multiuse pathway is paved, smooth and varies from 12-to-15 feet wide depending on the section of trail. This continuous multiuse pathway is ideal for recreation, fitness, and commuting to work or school. The trail provides increased connectivity to many county amenities.
There are restrooms and water stations along the route. Please see the map for their locations. Picnic tables and shelter offer scenic spots to stop and enjoy the views—along with a tasty lunch perhaps!
For those driving, parking is available at a number of locations along the trail. View the TrailLink map for all options and detailed directions.
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