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Latest Trail Updates & Additions:

December 2022:

  • Trail updated -Miami Beachwalk Miami Beachwalk
    The former Miami Boardwalk has been extended and upgraded. Renamed the "Miami Beachwalk," the fully paved trail runs 8 miles along the total length of Miami Beach from South Pointe Park to the Surfside town limits. A wonderful way to escape the bustle just a block away, yet close to the iconic South Beach Historic District, restaurants, accommodations, shops - and always, the beach.

  • Trail added -New River Greenway New River Greenway
    Starting from Markham Park at the edge of The Everglades in Broward County, the 11-mile paved trail runs along the New River Canal east into town (Plantation, Davie and Dania Beach). Markham Park at the western end is a worthwhile stop, with activities for just about everyone.

November 2022:

  • Trail added -Topsail Hill Preserve State Park Topsail Hill Preserve State Park
    Eco-biking and hiking in the Florida Panhandle. Located at the end of "Scenic Route 30A" in Santa Rosa Beach, the park serves as a trailhead for the Timpoochee Trail. It also includes 2.25 miles of paved biking, 15 miles of unpaved trails, and 3 miles of pristine Gulf beach.

October 2022:

  • Trail updated -West Orange Trail West Orange Trail
    A temporary detour is in place between Killarney Station and Oakland. The trestle bridge over Florida's Turnpike has been demolished due to turnpike widening, with a new bridge to be constructed (expected completion mid- to late-2023). The detour carries the trail across the parallel SR 438 (Oakland Ave.) vehicle bridge.

August 2022:

  • Trail updated -Timpoochee Trail Timpoochee Trail (Panhandle Region)
    Timpoochee Trail, spanning 18.5 miles along Scenic CR 30A in Florida's Panhandle, is a great way to visit South Walton County's white sand beaches, parks, and many other features. Our update includes our favorite trail section to ride.

  • Trail added -Gayle's Trails Gayle's Trails (Panhandle Region)
    Gayle's Trails at Panama City Beach is a growing network of trails connecting parks and neighborhoods. Trailheads at Frank Brown Park and Conservation Park, with connectors to the beach and tourist areas.

  • Trail added -Conservation Park Conservation Park (Panhandle Region)
    An eco-biking destination. A favorite natural retreat for hiking, biking and nature viewing at Panama City Beach. Includes 24 miles of trails - hard-packed and well-maintained, an easy ride for most bikes.

  • Trail updated -Dunnellon Trail Dunnellon Trail (North Region)
    The Dunnellon Trail, part of the Cross Florida Greenway, now links to the Withlacoochee State Trail via a one-mile connector. An underpass at busy US 41 is a big plus! The connector starts along an easement and then runs next to the road to Gulf Junction Trailhead. This also fills a gap in the Heart of Florida Loop.


April 2022:

  • Trail added -Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail (East Region)
    The Lehigh Greenway Rail Trail, 6.7 miles between Palm Coast and Bunnell, was a most pleasant surprise. Almost totally shaded, it runs on an old railbed along the Lehigh Canal, including a portion of the Green Swamp Conservation Area. Although close to residential areas, schools and businesses, the surroundings are mostly masked by vegetation. Link to the evolving Palm Coast Town Center.

March 2022:

  • Trail updated -Spring-to-Spring Trail Spring-to-Spring Trail (Central Region)
    We re-visited the Spring-to-Spring Trail in Debary and biked the newest section... from Dirksen Drive, the trail gap to the west has been filled!. It runs 3 miles from Dirksen Drive, across US 17-92, and along a power line to W. Highbanks Ave. and Rob Sullivan Park. This leaves one gap at Deland for completion.

  • Trail updated -Riverbend Park, eco-biking in southeast Florida Riverbend Park (Southeast Region)
    An eco-biking destination. Riverbend Park along the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter is a real gem. Its 680 acres include something for just about everyone... 10 miles of easy-to-ride crushed shell biking/hiking trails, 7 miles equestrian, 5 miles paddling, picnicking, wildlife viewing, and history.

  • New trail added -Bluegill Trail, eco-biking in southeast Florida Bluegill Trail (Southeast Region)
    The 9-mile trail runs along the C-18 Canal levee from Riverbend Park in Jupiter to Grassy Waters.  Preserve in Palm Beach Gardens. The crushed shell surface on the canal levee is fairly easy to ride, at the south end of the trail is a paved section. Part of a 160,000 acre conservation / recreation system featuring 4 trails and 10 nature areas.

  • New trail added -El Rio Trail, biking in southeast Florida El Rio Trail (Southeast Region)
    One of the more pleasant in-town bike rides in Southeast Florida, 4.5 miles (one-way) along the El Rio Canal in Boca Raton. An easy ride, well away from the roadway, with some road crossings but also underpasses at main roads and the railroad.

February 2022:

  • New trail added -Shingle Creek Management Area, eco-biking, Central FL Shingle Creek Management Area (East Region)
    An eco-biking destination. Shingle Creek Management Area protects Shingle Creek, headwaters of The Everglades. Visitor activities include hiking, eco-biking, mountain biking, paddling, fishing, picnicking, wildlife viewing.

January 2022:

  • New trail added -Memorial Causeway Trail, West FL Memorial Causeway Trail (West Region)
    2.5 mile trail connecting the Pinellas Trail to Clearwater Beach. Running along Clearwater Memorial Causeway (SR 60), concrete barriers and wide medians separate the trail from the roadway. Scenic views of Clearwater Bay from bridge.

  • New trail added -Safety Harbor Trail, West FL Safety Harbor Trail aka "Bayshore Linear Greenway" (West Region)
    Short but pleasant 2-mile trail through small-town Safety Harbor on Upper Tampa Bay, connecting Clearwater to Philippe Park. Featuring scenic Bay views, the trail provides access to local restaurants and parks. Philippe Park at the northern end is a gem, visit the many park amenities and historic Indian mound.

  • New trail added -Oldsmar Trail, West FL Oldsmar Trail (West Region)
    This 11-mile trail network in Oldsmar, FL at the northern end of Tampa Bay. Connects 11 city parks with a variety of activities from water, to nature, to sports. Often paralleling canal and bayside, it avoids the commercial areas, a pleasant ride.

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