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Coast to Coast Trail

Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail

From the Gulf to the Atlantic... Map, Photos, Regular Updates

Here we track progress on the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail (C2C), which will run about 250 miles across Florida, connecting the Gulf Coast at St. Petersburg on the west, through Central Florida, to the Atlantic Coast on the east at Canaveral National Seashore. See map link.

Below we list Coast-to-Coast Trail trails and gaps, from west to east.
Return often for updates!

** Latest updates, May 2024:

  • The Good Neighbor Trail in Brooksville is complete! The extension officially opened Wednesday, May 22, and is available for all trail users.
  • Construction of the SR 50 Trail from the Withlacoochee State Trail eastbound is ongoing.
  • Trailhead under construction at Parrish Park on Merritt Island (Space Coast Trail)

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Florida Bike Trails, Pinellas Trail

Pinellas Trail (41 miles) - Pinellas County - The 54-mile multi-use trail from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs and return is one of the premier trails in Florida. The western leg is part of the Coast-to-Coast Trail. An extension along Keystone Road (also called the Tri-County Trail, see below) runs to the Pasco County line as part of the Coast-to-Coast Trail. C2C status: Complete


Florida Bike Trails, Tri-County Trail

Tri-County Trail (5 miles) - Pinellas County - Also called the Pinellas Trail/Coast-to-Coast Connector, the trail extends from the Pinellas Trail at East Lake Road/CR 611 to the Pasco County Line where it connects to the Starkey Gap Trail. C2C status: Complete


Florida Bike Trails, Tri-County Trail

Starkey Gap Trail (2 miles) - Pasco County - The trail runs 2.4 miles from the Tri-County Trail at the Pinellas County line to SR 54 and Starkey Blvd., connecting to the Starkey Blvd. Trail. C2C status: Complete


Starkey Blvd. Trail

Starkey Blvd. Trail (4.5 miles) - Pasco County - Runs along Starkey Blvd. from SR 54 in Longleaf to the Starkey Wilderness Trail. C2C status: Complete


Starkey Trail

Starkey Wilderness Trail (7.5 miles) - Pasco County - Located at Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park, the 7.5 mile paved trail links from the Pinellas Trail at the west via the Tri-County, Starkey Gap and Starkey Blvd. Trails. At the east, it links to the Suncoast Trail. C2C status: Complete


Suncoast Trail

Suncoast Trail (23 miles) - Hillsborough, Pasco and Hernando Counties - The 55-mile trail parallels the Suncoast Parkway. The southern section serves as part of the Coast-to-Coast Trail, from the link with the Starkey Wilderness Trail to the connector at SR50 that links to the Good Neighbor Trail. C2C status: Complete



Suncoast-Good Neighbor Connector

Good Neighbor Connector (4.5 miles) - Hernando County - starting at the Suncoast Trail along Cortez Blvd. (SR50), to Cobb Road. Links to the Good Neighbor Trail. C2C status: Complete


Good Neighbor Trail Brooksville

Good Neighbor Trail (13 miles) - Hernando County - running east from SR 50/Cobb Road through Brooksville to the Withlacoochee State Forest and link with the Withlacoochee State Trail. C2C status: Complete (grand opening/ribbon cutting scheduled in May 2024)


Withlacoochee State Trail

Withlacoochee State Trail (5 miles) - Hernando County - A portion of the 46-mile trail is part of the Coast-to-Coast Trail from the link with the Good Neighbor Trail to SR 50. C2C status: Complete


SR 50 construction

South Sumter Gap (18 miles - From Withlacoochee State Trail to Sumter/Lake County Line at Mascotte. Part of the SR 50 Trail being constructed as a shared, multi-use path in conjunction with an SR 50 road widening project. Construction is broken up into several projects, phased completion 2023-2025. The 3-mile section from the Withlacoochee ST to US 301 is complete, the remainder is under construction. C2C status: Construction/design


Van Fleet Trail, Florida

Van Fleet State Trail - Polk, Lake, Sumter Counties - Totally rural 29 mile rail-trail with one curve and no hills through the Green Swamp. The Mabel Trailhead along SR 50 will provide parking, restrooms and picnicking for C2C riders when SR 50 trail is extended to this point. C2C status: Complete

South Lake Gap (10 miles) - From Van Fleet State Trail/Mascotte to South Lake Trail. C2C status: Design

Coast to Coast Trail, South Lake Trail

South Lake Trail (13 miles) - Lake County - From Groveland through Clermont east to connection with the West Orange Trail. C2C status: Complete


West Orange Trail, Central Florida

West Orange Trail (13.5 miles) - Orange County - This is a 22-mile, world-class rail trail through urban and suburban sections of Orange County. It's part of the Coast-to-Coast Trail from the South Lake Trail to the Clarcona-Ocoee Connector Trail. C2C status: Complete

Clarcona-Ocoee Connector Trail, Central Florida

Clarcona-Ocoee Connector Trail (1.5 miles) - Orange County - A link from the West Orange Trail at its Apopka-Vineland Outpost to the Clarcona-Ocoee connector is complete (0.2 mile). The Connector then runs along Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. to N. Hiawassee Road. C2C status: Complete

Orange County Gap (4.5 miles) - From N. Hiawassee Road to the Seminole-Wekiva Trail. C2C status: Design



Seminole Wekiva Trail

Seminole Wekiva Trail  (12 miles) - Seminole County - Popular 17-mile Seminole County trail, part of the Coast-to-Coast Trail from its south terminus at the Orange County line to the bridge over I-4 at Lake Mary. C2C status: Complete


Coast to Coast Trail, Cross Seminole Trail

Cross Seminole Trail (6 miles) - Seminole County - Part of the C2C from the Seminole Wekiva Trail connector in Lake Mary to Lake Monroe Wayside Park in Sanford. The total trail is 28 miles, to the connection with Cady Way Trail in Orlando. C2C status: Complete


Coast to Coast Trail, st johns river

Seminole/Volusia Link - Bridge over St. Johns River (0.5 mile) - Seminole and Volusia Counties - Shared-use lane on the US 17-92 bridge over the St. Johns River connecting Cross Seminole Trail (at Lake Monroe Wayside Park) and Spring-to-Spring Trail (at Lake Monroe Park). C2C status: Complete


Spring to Spring Trail

Spring to Spring Trail (7.5 miles) - Volusia County - Running east from DeBary it's part of the Coast-to-Coast Trail, connecting to the East Central Regional Rail Trail at Green Springs Park in Deltona. (Another leg runs north to DeLeon Springs as part of the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop.) C2C status: Complete


East Central Regional Rail Trail

East Central Regional Rail Trail (37 miles) - Volusia and Brevard Counties - The trail is part of the C2C from Green Springs Park in Deltona (where it meets the Spring-to-Spring Trail) to Maytown, and then south to Titusville. Another section (15.5 miles) branches north to Edgewater, as part of the 260-mile St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop. C2C status: Complete


Space Coast Trail

Space Coast Trail Gap (11 miles) - Brevard County - Eastern end of the trail (future). The Coast-to-Coast Trail continues over the Max Brewer Bridge in Titusville and extends a half-mile to the entrance of Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. A Trailhead is under construction at Parrish Park, future plans are to continue through the Refuge to Canaveral National Seashore - a complex study involving federal and state jurisdictions, and environmental regulations. C2C status: Design


More Information and Resources

The Coast-to-Coast Trail is part of the Florida Greenways and Trails System plan, recognizing the economic impact to communities along trails, the growing popularity of eco-tourism, and public support for trails. Spanning nine counties, this is a state and regional collaboration, and includes shared sections with both the 260-mile St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop and the 215-mile Heart of Florida Loop.

Bike Shops/Rentals: See individual trails, links above

Bike Tours: Bubba’s Pampered Pedalers (Itineraries now include a FL Coast-to-Coast tour)

Other Evolving Florida Trail Systems:

Florida Regional Trail Systems

Related Resources:

FL Dept. of Environmental Protection, Office of Greenways and Trails - Coast-to-Coast Trail

Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation - Coast-to-Coast Trail

FDOT Status Map

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