Map of the Pinellas Trail


Pinellas Trail

Pinnellas Trail St. Petersburg Florida map area

Pinellas Trail


44.6 miles




East Lake, Tarpon Springs, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Largo, Seminole, Bay Pines, South Pasedena, Gulfport, St. Petersburg


railtrail, local parks, bays, marinas, coves


Coast to Coast Connector Trail

Oldsmar Trail

Honeymoon Island Trail

Clearwater Beach Trail

Skyway Trail

North Bay Trail



Regional Trails

The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail is a 44.6-mile long linear park and paved pathway that spans between East Lake and St. Petersburg in Hillsborough and Pinellas County, Florida. The trail is also referred to as the Pinellas Trail. Much of the trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and connects numerous communities, residential neighborhoods and commercial districts.

The trail goes past multiple schools, local parks and also connects to other recreational trails along the way. The trail goes past wetlands, marinas, bayous, coves, lakes, golf courses and numerous other points of interest.

The Pinellas Trail is one portion of the Coast to Coast Connector system of trails that will stretch from St. Petersburg to the Atlantic shoreline to the east of Titusville.  A 5 mile long section of the Coast to Coast Connector intersects the Pinellas Trail at E. Lake Road N.


The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail is paved the whole way. The trail is open for bike riding, walking and running. The trail goes through urban areas and there are numerous street crossings along the route.


The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail goes past the following communities: East Lake, Tarpon Springs, Palm Harbor, Dunedin, Clearwater, Largo, Seminole, Bay Pines, South Pasedena, Gulfport and St. Petersburg.

Points of Interest

The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail goes past the following points of interest:

John Chestnut Senior Park Josiah Cephus Weaver Park
Lake Tarpon Edgewater Park
Lansbrook Golf Club Florida Auto Exchange Stadium
Cypress Woods Elementary School Hale Activity Center
East Lake Community Library Overborrok Park
East Lake High School Clearwater Memorial Causeway
Brooker Creek Elementary School Ross Norton Recreation and Aquatic Complex
Tarpon Springs Elementary School Ridgecrest Elementary School
Tarpon Springs Splash Park Whitesell Softball Fields
Florida Hospital North Pinnellas Florida Botanical Gradens
Tarpon Springs Golf Course Walshingham Park
Suncoast Primate Sanctuary SYAA Soccer Fields
Taylor Lake Seminole City Park
Wall Springs Park Long Bayou
Crystal Beach Community Youth Center Raymond A Naimoli Baseball Complex
Sutherland Bayou Azelea Park
Palm Harbor Park Boca Ciega High School
Pop Stansell Park Skyway Trail
Ozona Elementary School Fairmont Park Elementary School
Smith Bayou PTEC-St. Petersburg Campus
Home Port Marina Gibbs High School
The Dunedin Youth Guild Park Tropicana Field
  Campbell Park
Honeymoon Island Trail North Bay Trail
Dunedin Stirling Links Al Lang Stadium
Highlander Park St. Petersburg Marina
Hammock Park North Straub Park
San Jose Elementary School Downtown St. Petersburg
Nearby Trails

The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail goes past several other recreational trails along its route. Some of these are neighborhood trails, trails located in the local parks, or trails that head off to other communities.

Honeymoon Island Trail: the trails intersect at Bayshore Boulevard and Causeway Boulevard. The Honeymoon Island Trail heads out along the causeway adjacent to the road as far as Honeymoon Island State Park.

Clearwater Beach Connector Trail: the two trails intersect at Chestnut Street and Cxr Railroad in Clearwater. The connector trail heads to the west across the causeway to Clearwater Beach and Clearwater Marine Aquarium.

Skyway Trail: the two trails meet between 43rd Street S and 40th Street S near 8th Avenue. Skyway Trail heads to the south to Eckard College.

North Bay Trail: the two trails meet at Pioneer Park at the waterfront at the end of the Pinellas Trail in Downtown St. Petersburg. The North Bay Trail heads to the north and travels through North Shore Park.

Coast to Coast Connector: the two trails intersect at Keystone Road and E. Lake Road South in Tarpon Springs.

End Points

The end of the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail is located along East Lake Road S at Tarpon Woods Boulevard in East Lake. The trail heads to the north through East Lake and loops around Lake Tarpon crossing  U.S. Highway 19 to the north of Live Oak Street in Tarpon Springs.

The south end of the trail is located along 1st Avenue S in Downtown St. Petersburg. The trail ends to the north of Al Lang Stadium and connects to the North Bay Trail at this location.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail, Florida.