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The Tri-County Trail is a connector trail on the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail, touching on Pinellas, Pasco, and Hillsborough Counties. The trail connects to the Pinellas Trail at the intersection of East Lake and Keystone Roads, runs along Keystone Road and then north to the Pasco County line where it meets the Starkey Gap Trail. Running roadside and then past a nature preserve, there's little to no shade. (Map link and photos below.)
Map link... Tri-County Trail
Location: Pinellas County
End Points: East Lake Road (Pinellas County) to Pasco County Line
Mileage: 5 miles
Surface: 12', paved
Nearby points of interest: Tarpon Springs, Brooker Creek Preserve, John Chestnut Sr. Park
Bike Shops/Rentals: N/A
Going east from East Lake Road and the Pinellas Trail, the trail follows Keystone Road with little to no shade. Past the Brooker Creek Environmental Education Center entrance, it crosses Keystone Rd. and then turns north to the Pasco County line, running along the Brooker Creek Preserve. A small parking area is at the turn-off.
The trail runs northbound to the Pasco County line between Pinellas County's Brooker Creek Preserve and a Hillsborough County Nature Preserve - very quiet, past open fields, a few tree-lined sections but little shade.
Watch a Video: Biking the Tri-County Trail with our friend Dave at Phonamana
Tri-County Trail is a part of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail
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