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Red Road Linear Park is a 1.3 mile paved trail that runs along the west bank of the Snapper Creek Canal. The trail intersects and overlaps the Old Cutler Bike Trail starting at the pedestrian bridge that crosses the Snapper Creek Canal at 104th Street through the south end of the linear park, where it crosses over the west side of Red Road (57th Ave). There is an abundant amount of native wildlife and aquatic waterfowl along as well as invasive exotic species such as the iguanas, basilisk lizard, African red head agama, Tokay gecko and many more that thrive along the trail. Red Road Linear Park isn’t only for animal lovers, it also offers the chance to fish, walk, inline skate, bike and mountain bike. With something for everyone this trail will certainly be a popular spot among Floridian’s and tourists alike.
Parking available at the Pincrest Gardens, the former site of the historic Parrot Jungle, or adjacent Canal Structure S-22, where there is excellent fishing opportunities. I've seen people park at Pinecrest Elementary School on weekends, between 102nd and 104th streets.
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