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Explore the best rated trails in Margate, FL, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Palmetto Greenway and Commodore Trail . With more than 42 trails covering 333 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

Recent Trail Reviews

Robbins Vista View Trail


June, 2024 by dantevy27

half of the paths listed here are more similar to sidewalks than trials. However it’s safe. and is paved with mostly smooth asphalt.

Linear Park Trail

to narrow

June, 2024 by dantevy27

the trial is great if your walking, however if your on a bike you constantly have to make narrow passes. and sometimes swerve into the grass to avoid other cyclists’s. you also have to cross busy intersections every few miles, and you have to walk your bike to get across safely.

New River Greenway

unsafe crossings

June, 2024 by dantevy27

the intersections are very busy, and you have to constantly watch out for cars turning right. the actual trial itself is very wide, however the crossings ruin it for me.



best urban trail in USA (the future of Miami)

June, 2024 by kyxp87dmh5

Underline is expanding, you could ride from Brickell to Vizcaya and back now, it’s planning to expand to even further and the roads are really smooth and nice, highly recommend if you want a fast smooth uninterrupted ride amidst the middle of the city

C-13 Canal Greenway Trail

great trail

May, 2024 by z7pdhjpzg5

This is a great trial that actually goes all the way to 21st street so the trail is much longer than states here. And is completely pathed with little to no traffic all times of the day!

Shark Valley Tram Road

Absolute fantastic

February, 2024 by mikhaila

Lots of crocodiles! Bring water as there are no refills anywhere on the trail. And sunscreen since there is no shade. I parked along the highway and walked my bike through the entrance. This way you don't have to wait in car line AND entrance costs cheaper without the car.

Rickenbacker Trail

Use separate trail for safety

February, 2024 by mikhaila

Although there is a green bike lane, you can also use trail that is separated from cars. Nice trail, there is parking at Commodore Trail north-end trailhead / Alice Wainwright park. OpenSeas cafe had nice Spanish tapas and grilled seafood.

Atlantic Greenway

Pretty crowded but nice

February, 2024 by mikhaila

This is a mixed use trail and goes along Miami Beach. Southern part is very crowded, lots of pedestrians and other bikers. Don't expect racing speeds, I managed 7 mph. Towards middle and north the trail becomes more enjoyable for cyclists. You can cross to the island to the north across the bridge (use sidewalk) and continue for another mile or so.

Old Cutler Trail

Narrow and destroyed by roots

February, 2024 by mikhaila

Pavement quality is atrocious. I guess its OK for jogging but pretty bad for bikes. There is a gravel part that goes to water. Pretty sad state of the trail considering locals live in 7-8 figure houses, jog on it and yet don't care.

Palmetto Park Road Path

Nice wide trail

February, 2024 by laura.cohen65

Wide trail, far from road, saw lots of animals.

Glades Road Path

Urban trail

February, 2024 by laura.cohen65

You can’t park at the high school, but you can park at University Commons Shopping Center, which is at the corner of NW 15th Ave. and Glades Rd. Walk on the FAU side of Glades Rd. The path is wider, it’s farther away from the road, and it has less driveways to cross.

Cypress Creek Greenway

2 completely different trails

February, 2024 by vbergerg_tl

Fern Nature Center is a real, off road trail (with some big intersections but that’s Florida) going west follows a canal on an 8-10 ft concrete path in very good condition. Pleasant views and will do again. Going east however is just an amalgam of sidewalks and unprotected bike lanes on busy roads that aren’t largely even pleasant to drive on.

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