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June 2021:

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Biking at Crystal River FL Biking at City of Crystal River (West Region)
    We usually visit Crystal River for kayaking and manatee watching, but enjoyed biking on its growing network of paved, off-street bike trails and paths including the Crosstown Trail and Kings Bay Riverwalk. Our rides around town included parks, springs, and historic areas.

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Crystal River Archaeological State Park Crystal River Archaeological State Park (West Region)
    An eco-biking destination along the Crystal River. A 3/4 mile paved multi-use trail winds around this historical site past temple mounds, burial mounds, a plaza and a shell midden. A National Historic Landmark, it's a unique and worthwhile stop.

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Crystal River Preserve State Park Crystal River Preserve State Park (West Region)
    An eco-biking and hiking destination. Running about 20 miles along the Gulf Coast from Yankeetown to Homosassa including the mouth of the Crystal River. The main section of the park north of the river includes a Visitor Center, 7-Mile Loop Trail (best for unpaved eco-biking), and hiking trails.

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Coastal Anclote Trail Coastal Anclote Trail (West Region)
    Located in Holiday, FL (just north of Tarpon Springs), the trail runs 4.5 miles linking three parks and three schools. The parks to the Gulf of Mexico are the highlight of the ride: Anclote Gulf Park, Anclote River Park, and Key Vista Nature Park. Eventual plans are to link to the Pinellas Trail.

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Town-n-Country Greenway Town-n-Country Greenway (West Region)
    This 2-mile multi-use in the Tampa northern suburbs is a pleasant community ride, running along a canal. Future connectors are planned: to the Upper Tampa Bay Trail, Courtney Campbell Causeway Trail, and City of Tampa.

May 2021:

  • Trail updated -Florida Bike Trails, East Central Regional Rail Trail East Central Regional Rail Trail (Central and East Regions)
    The final section of the ECRRT has been completed, 3.5 miles from Guise Road (Osteen) to Gobblers Lodge Trailhead. Part of both the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail and St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop.

  • Trail updated -Florida Bike Trails, Spring-to-Spring Trail Spring-to-Spring Trail (Central Region)
    Visiting completed sections and gap construction. The northernmost section in DeLeon Springs from Grand Ave. to US 17 has been completed, plus a link to DeLeon Springs State Park. In DeBary, filling the gap from US 17-92 to Rob Sullivan Park is under construction.

  • New trail added - Florida Bike Trails, Tampa RiverwalkTampa Riverwalk (West Region)
    2.6 miles along the Tampa waterfront on the Hillsborough River. A great way to tour the many parks, attractions, restaurants and more along the way, with river views.

  • New trail added - Florida Bike Trails, Bayshore Linear Park TrailBayshore Linear Park Trail (West Region)
    4.6 miles along Hillsborough Bay parallel to Bayshore Blvd. in Tampa. Scenic bay views.

  • New trail added -Skyway Trail, St. Petersburg Skyway Trail (West Region)
    4.6 miles in St. Petersburg from Pinellas Trail to Sunshine Skyway. Clam Bayou Nature Preserve is a highlight.

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Starkey Gap Trail Starkey Gap Trail (West Region)
    Part of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail, connecting Pinellas and Pasco Counties.

  • Trail updated - Florida Bike Trails, Suncoast TrailSuncoast Trail (West Region)
    We visited trailheads and rode portions of the trail from SR 54 to SR 50. The trail part of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail from its juncture with the Starkey Wilderness Trail to Cortez Blvd (SR 50).

April 2021:

  • New trail added - Courtney Campbell Trail (West Region)
    A Florida must-do. Popular 9.5 mile trail along the entire south side of the Courtney Campbell Causeway across Old Tampa Bay between Clearwater and Tampa.

  • Trail updated -Florida Bike Trails, Ream-Wilson Clearwater Trail Ream-Wilson Clearwater Trail (West Region)
    4.5 miles east-west trail in Clearwater, linking multiple parks and sporting facilities. Connecting trails add many more miles of biking.

  • New trail added - Bayshore Trail (West Region)
    In Clearwater, a connector between Ream-Wilson Clearwater Trail and Courtney Campbell Trail.

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Druid Road Trail Druid Road Trail (West Region)
    An east-west connector between the Pinellas Trail and Duke Energy Trail, completing Clearwater's Bay to Beach Connector (Clearwater Beach to Tampa Bay).

  • Trail updated -Florida eco-biking, Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area (West Region)
    An eco-biking destination. We started from the new trailhead along US 19 and visited Buford Spring and Eagles Nest Sink (cave diving), plus the Indigo Lane Trailhead and its hiking trails.

February 2021:

  • Trail updated -Florida Bike Trails, Sseminole State Forest Seminole State Forest (eco-biking and hiking, Central Region)
    An eco-biking favorite, we re-visited the 6.25 mile park road and added two biking loops, visiting several campgrounds and hiked portions of the Florida National Scenic Trail within the forest.

January 2021:

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Goethe State Forest, eco-biking Goethe State Forest (eco-biking and hiking, North Region)
    Located between Dunnellon and Crystal River, the forest roads are open to bicycles, the sandy multi-use trails are better suited to hiking and equestrian. The highlight is viewing the Goethe Giant, a 900-year-old cypress - Florida's 7th largest.

  • New trail added -Florida Bike Trails, Lake Norris Conservation Area, eco-biking Lake Norris Conservation Area (eco-biking and hiking, Central Region)
    Activities include hiking, biking, birdwatching, fishing, camping and paddling (access to Blackwater Creek and Lake Norris). The 5.5 mile Lake Norris Trail is multi-use for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

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