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Explore the best rated trails in Spring Hill, FL, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Coastal Anclote Trail and Montverde Greenway Trail . With more than 41 trails covering 466 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.
Not only is it not a designated trail, it doesn’t reach the end, and Just turns into broken up sidewalk! Many people Overpark onto the walk and block the flow a bicycle traffic.
The Good Neighbor Trail is just the right distance for me. I start at the train station on the west trailhead and head east to the intersection of the Withlacoochie Trail. There are three relatively major road crossing early on in the ride, none of which has required me to stop and wait. The trail rolls through trees and some homes. It’s so quiet almost the entire way. No facilities of any type, but plenty of trees!!
I rode the entire trail (according to the map) in a couple of hours. The trail condition is great, almost always in the woods, so little traffic noise, and the parks and access to the Gulf is good.
This portion of the Suncoast Trail is a nice trail. It parallels an interstate highway but is frequently buffered by trees and bushes, and traffic along this portion of the highway is relatively not busy except for the garbage trucks returning from the nearby transfer station. It is a rolling trail with a good black top surface, some say bitumenes, I’m not sure of the difference. No facilites of any type, so if you’re bashful this isn’t your trail!!
I quit riding the Starkey Trail last year because the trail surface was disintegrating! WELL, I road it yesterday (12/10/23) and it’s been completely resurfaced from parking lot to the intersection with the Suncoast Trail. They have even built a new bathroom, pavilion, tool station, and water fountain! It’s wonderful! The trail goes through miles of beautiful wilderness with NO noise pollution! It’s perfectly flat. I highly recommend this trail!! Bryan
We started at the Floral City trailhead and rode to Croom. 13.5 miles. 27 round trip. All beautiful shaded tree canopy. About 6-7 miles from Floral City right on the trail at Istachatta is a great ice cream and sandwich shop. Would definitely ride again. We saw a deer and wild turkeys.
We enjoyed riding the Starkey trail this afternoon. Nice to see the upgrades to this trail. Still on the boring side but peacefully quiet.
You will need to bring water and sunscreen , the right kind of bike and a camera. There is no real shade except at the 4 mile mark from Magnolia Park. Limited water too but beautiful scenery if you start from Magnolia Park. The first half mile is pave then goes to crushed stone packed but there are some loose rocks so be prepared in case you get a flat tire. Trail surface is similar to Katy Trail in Missouri.
If you don't have a full-suspension mountain bike, I would recommend NOT doing this trail. If getting your teeth almost rattled loose, then, yes, this is the trail for you. I started out @ the Green Mountain Trailhead parking area. I expected crushed stone on the switchbacks coming off the mountain, but I expected that to turn into asphalt at "lake level". For the next 8 miles, I kept expecting pavement, but was sorely disappointed. I had initially expected to do the whole 17-mile O/W (34 mile R/T) trip to Magnolia Park, but quickly realized that would turn into a whole-day affair at my average speed of 8 mph. To say nothing about the wear-and-tear on my body. Absolutely horrible rutted, pock-marked, eroded limestone the whole way. I finally "bailed" at the North Shore Trailhead (the 8-mile mark). Rather than take that horrible trail back to the Green Mountain Trailhead, I resolved to take roads back -- which added 4 miles to the trip but was worth it. This, in spite of having to climb two substantial hills towards the end of the ride (Green Mountain is a sister mountain to Sugarloaf Mountain, with similar climbs).
Also, the scenery is rather bland. Barren scrub brush with no trees. Flat as a pancake. Some people claim there's substantial wildlife. I didn't see any. I did hope to maybe see a gator sunning itself, but no luck.
Out of curiosity, I went to Google Maps to see what the Magnolia Park end of the trail looks like. As far as I can tell from satellite view, as soon as the trail leaves Binion Road out of Magnolia Park, the limestone starts. It may be in better shape than the horrible stuff I encountered, but I'm not going to waste my time finding out. Lake & Orange Counties have much better trails.
There is an amazing quality to the vistas you can find here. Undeveloped rolling hills of grass and trees, eerie stillness, and strange dreamlike feelings galore. Extremely liminal, particularly in the early evening. Bring your own water!!
Hands down the most beautiful trail to be found. Lots of trees, cool shade and well maintained. I particularly like the segment from the 49th Street Trailhead that leads to the Santos Trail versus toward 200.
Started at Dunnellon and after several miles turned back. There is absolutely no shade whatsoever and not much to look at as it runs behind homes.
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