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Auburndale TECO Trail
Cady Way Trail
Chain of Lakes Trail
Cross Seminole Trail
Fort Fraser Trail
Kissimmee Trail Loop
Little Econ Greenway Trail
Orlando Urban Trail
Seminole Wekiva Trail
Shingle Creek Trail
South Lake Trail
Eco-biking on Public Lands
Circle B Bar Reserve
Lake Apopka Loop Trail
Lake Jesup Conservation Area
Lake Kissimmee State Park
Lake Louisa State Park
Lake Norris Conservation Area
Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge
Seminole State Forest
Shingle Creek Management Area
Wekiva Springs State Park
Trails Overview Map... Central FL Region
Auburndale TECO Trail - The Auburndale TECO Trail runs 5.5 miles from Auburndale to Polk City, with a 1.75 connector to the Van Fleet State Trail's Polk City Trailhead.
Cady Way Trail - 7.5 mile urban trail from Orlando's Lake Druid Park, past the Fashion Square Mall to trail end at Howell Branch/Hall Roads where it connects to the Cross Seminole Trail.
Celebration - For area visitors looking to add some laid-back recreational biking to their itinerary, Celebration is located about 2 miles east of the main Disney World entrance, offering an escape from the theme park frenzy.
Chain of Lakes Trail - The Chain of Lakes Trail runs 4.7 miles between Winter Haven and Lake Alfred in Polk County, following an abandoned route of the South Florida Railroad paralleling US 17.
Circle B Bar Reserve - a Florida eco-biking destination. Located on the northwest shore of Lake Hancock in Polk County, the Reserve is a former cattle ranch. Its 1,200 acres have been restored to its natural wetland habitat with up to 7 miles of eco-biking available.
Cross Seminole Trail - 28 mile trail from the St. Johns River at Sanford to Orlando, with links to Sanford Riverwalk at the north end, Seminole Wekiva Trail at Lake Mary, and to Cady Way Trail at the south end. A portion is part of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail.
East Central Regional Rail Trail - A Top 10 Florida bike trail - The western end of the 50+ mile trail is located in our Central Florida region, but the longer portion to the east reaches to Edgewater and Titusville. Part of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail.
Fort Fraser Trail - Named for Fort Fraser built in 1837 during the Second Seminole War, the 8 mile trail follows an old CSX rail bed between Lakeland and Bartow in Polk County, Florida.
Kissimmee Trail Loop - The path is about 7 miles, creating a loop that connects to the Shingle Creek Trail. Once known as a cattle town, Kissimmee in Osceola County today is better known for its proximity to Walt Disney World, with accommodations, restaurants, and attractions
Lake Apopka Loop Trail - a Florida eco-biking destination. The trail runs about 18 miles along the north shore of Lake Apopka in Orange and Lake Counties
Lake Jesup Conservation Area - a Florida eco-biking destination. Established to protect water resources around Lake Jesup, the Conservation Area consists of 3 sections with activities including hiking, biking (about 4 miles of trails), equestrian riding, and wildlife viewing.
Lake Kissimmee State Park - a Florida eco-biking destination. Consists of 5,930 acres on a former cattle ranch. Nestled between 3 lakes (Kissimmee, Rosalie, Tiger), this is a remote area of Central Florida offering camping, picnicking, hiking, mountain and eco-biking (best on the paved park road), horseback riding, fishing, boating and birdwatching. With little light pollution, good for stargazing on a clear night.
Lake Norris Conservation Area - A Florida eco-biking destination. 5.5 mile multi-use trail near Eustis, FL. Best biking at the East Trailhead, most is better suited to hiking and equestrians due to sand. Popular paddling launch onto Blackwater Creek from the East Trailhead.
Lake Louisa State Park - a Florida eco-biking destination. A 4,300 acre "natural theme park" near Disney World. Eco-biking and hiking on the 7-mile park road and 20 miles of multi-use trails. Camping, paddling, horseback riding and more.
Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge - a Florida eco-biking destination. Popular for bird watching (especially in the winter), Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge at DeLeon Springs in Volusia County, has over 15 miles of trails for hiking and biking.
Little Econ Greenway - Popular with bikers, runners, and skaters, this 8 mile suburban trail runs along the Little Econlockhatchee River. Though centrally located near Orlando, the trail offers an outdoors experience with river views, scenic bridges and wildlife viewing.
Orlando Urban Trail - The trail runs 5.5 miles from Downtown Orlando to the northern city line at Winter Park, linking businesses, restaurants, shopping, parks, cultural sites, and residential neighborhoods. Part of an evolving Orlando Downtown Loop.
Orlando Wetlands - a Florida eco-biking destination. The Orlando Wetlands is a 1,650-acre, man-made wetland filled with wildlife. Bicycling is on the berm roads - 18 miles - best for fat tires or mountain bikes.
Sanford Riverwalk - A popular local destination, following the Lake Monroe shoreline for 4.5 miles - a scenic bike ride in Seminole County. The path is convenient to parks and old downtown Sanford with its many restaurants and entertainment venues.
Seminole State Forest - a Florida eco-biking destination. This pristine and quiet area is surprisingly close to urban areas - 15 miles west of Sanford and east of Eustis. The hard-packed dirt and stone roads make this one of the easier forest rides.
Seminole Wekiva Trail - Build on the former Orange Belt Railway railbed, this 19 mile suburban trail passes residential and suburban areas, shops and restaurants. Part of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail.
The Shingle Creek Trail (aka "Shingle Creek Regional Trail") is a joint project involving participation by Orange and Osceola Counties, and the Cities of Orlando and Kissimmee. About 18 miles now, it will total 32 when completed.
Shingle Creek Management Area - a Florida eco-biking destination. The 1,750 acre management area in south Orange County protects an important resource - Shingle Creek, the northernmost headwaters of The Everglades. The management area also offers visitor activities including hiking, eco-biking, mountain biking, paddling, fishing, picnicking and wildlife viewing.
South Lake Trail - The trail runs 13 miles, centered in Clermont (Lake County), along scenic Lake Minneola. Connects with the West Orange Trail to create 36 miles of continuous biking. Part of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail.
Spring-to-Spring Trail - A 30-mile recreational trail linking parks and springs in Volusia County, 27 miles are completed with one gap remaining. Connects to the East Central Regional Rail Trail at Green Springs Park, as part of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail.
The SR 415 Trail runs 6 miles along SR 415 in Seminole and Volusia Counties from the East Central Regional Rail Trail (ECRRT) to the St. Johns River, and eventually will link to the Sanford Riverwalk as part of a future Lake Monroe Loop.
Van Fleet State Trail - a Top 10 Florida bike trail. The General James A. Van Fleet State Trail is a totally rural, 29-mile rail-trail with one curve and no hills running on an old Seaboard Air Line Railroad right-of-way in Polk, Lake and Sumter Counties.
Wekiva Springs State Park - a Florida eco-biking destination. Best known for swimming and snorkeling at Wekiva Spring, the 7,000 acre park has much more to offer with activities for just about everyone - camping, hiking, paddling, biking, picnicking, fishing, bird and wildlife viewing, and more.
West Orange Trail - a Top 10 Florida bike trail. Popular for all types of biking, West Orange Trail is a world-class 22 mile rail trail through urban and suburban sections of Orange County. The western end at Killarney Station connects to the South Lake Trail as part of the 250-mile Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail.
Wekiva Trail - This Lake County trail runs 6.5 miles from the Lake/Seminole County line to Sorrento. Eventual expansion will total 13 miles to Lake Dora. Connects to the Seminole-Wekiva Trail.
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