Map of bike paths / walking paths in Orlando, FL


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Orlando, Florida

Orlando, Florida map area

Orlando, Florida

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Auburndale TECCO Trail

Blue Jacket Park Trail

Cady Way Trail

Cross Seminole Trail

Daniels Road Multi-Use Path

East Central Regional Rail Trail

East Lake Park Trail

Gaston Edwards Park Trail

General James A. Van Fleet State Trail

Hamilin Groves Trail Multi-Use Path

Irlo Thompson Memorial Highway Multi-Use Path

Kissimmee to St. Cloud Trail

Lake Apopka Loop Trail

Lake Baldwin Trail

Lake Nona Boulevard Trail

Lake Underhill Trail

Little Econ Greenway

Orlando Urban Trail

Sanford Riverwalk Trail

Shingle Creek Regional Trail

South Lake Trail

Seminole-Wekiva Trail

Spring to Spring Trail

SR 415 Trail

West Orange Trail

Wintergarden Vineland Road Multi-Use Path




The Villages

Orlando is located in Central Florida. This area is home to over a dozen theme parks and is a travel destination for families from all over the world. The temperatures are pleasant for much of the year allowing for many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.

Orlando and the surrounding communities have numerous recreation trails for bike riding, walking and running. A number of these trails extend for miles, connecting communities and passing points of interest and natural features along the way. Some of the trails follow alongside major roadways and are useful for commuting to work or school by cycling.

Cady Way Trail

The Cady Way Trail is a 6.4-mile long paved trail located in Winter Park to the northeast of Downtown Orlando. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad corridor and extends between Colonial Town Center and Howell Branch Road. The route includes commercial areas and residential neighborhoods. The trail wraps around Lake Gear, Lake Susannah and Lake Baldwin, goes past Winter Pines Golf Course and Ward Park.

At its north end, the Cady Way Trail meets up with the Cross Seminole Trail, a 23-mile long paved path that jogs through the northern areas of the Orlando metropolitan area as far north as the community of Lake Mary.

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Cross Seminole Trail

The Cross Seminole Trail is a 23-mile long paved pathway that is located in Seminole County on the northeast side of the Orlando Metro area. The trail passes through the communities of Winter Park, Slavia, Oviedo, Winter Springs and Lake Mary in the Orlando area and connects to two other major recreational trails at either end. The route of the trail includes a number of schools, local parks and Lake Jesup.

The trail passes through the residential areas, goes past parks and through the woodlands of Spring Hammock Reserve. Many stretches of the trail are alongside major roadways.

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Seminole Wekiva Trail

The Seminole Wekiva Trail is a 14-mile long paved pathway located in the Orlando area. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and travels through the residential neighborhoods north of Orlando. The trail goes past a number of local parks, commercial areas and residential neighborhoods.

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West Orange Trail

The West Orange Trail is a 20.8-mile long paved pathway located on the south and east side of Lake Apopka in Orange County, Florida. The trail goes through Oakland, Winter Garden and Apopka to the west of Orlando. The trail was constructed partially along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and includes a few historic railroad stations. The trail foes through the residential areas passing local parks and several schools and also through miles of uninterrupted woodlands and wetlands.

The route of the trail starts to the south of Lake Apopka where it meets up with the South Lakes Trail at Kilarney Station off of W. Colonial Drive. From this point the trail uses an over pass to cross Florida's Turnpike. The West Orange Trail then takes a big loop to the southeast side of the lake going through Downtown Winter Garden and Downtown Apopka. The north end of the trail is at W. Welch Road and Rock Springs Road in Apopka.

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Lake Apopka Loop Trail

The Lake Apopka Loop Trail is a 14.6-mile long paved and unpaved pathway located on the northern shore of Lake Apopka to the northwest of Orlando. The trail is part of the Lake Apopka North Shore Restoration Area. The east end of the trail is located at Magnolia Park in Apopka. The trail travels through miles of wetlands, brushy areas and allows wildlife viewing. The trail is open for bike riding, hiking and horseback riding. The trail extends as far west as Ranch Road in Asatula.

Little Econ Greenway

The Little Econ Greenway is an 8-mile long paved pathway located on the east side of Orlando. The trail follows alongside the greenspaces of the Econ River from Forsythe Road to N. Alafaya Trail, going past parks, schools and residential neighborhoods.

The east end of the Little Econ Greenway is located to the southwest of the campus for the University of Central California.

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South Lake Trail

The South Lake Trail is a 15.2-mile long paved pathway that extends between Groveland and Clermont in Central Florida, to the west of Orlando. The trail wraps around the south end of Lake Minneola and then connects to the West Orange Trail on the south side of Lake Apopka. The route offers beautiful views of the lakes with their boats and shorelines.

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Spring to Spring Trail

The Spring to Spring Trail is a planned 26-mile long trail that currently has two separate completed sections of paved pathways in the Deltona area to the north of the Orlando Area. The trail has been completed in a 5.7 mile long section near Lake Beresford and a 7.2-mile long section north of Lake Monroe.

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East Central Regional Trail Trail

The East Central Regional Rail Trail is an 8-mile long paved pathway that follows an abandoned railroad right-of-way from Green Springs Park on the north shore of Lake Monroe in Enterprise to Guise Road on the east side of Osteen.

In the community of Osteen at State Route 415 the East Central Regional Trail intersects the SR 415 Trail. The SR 415 Trail follows alongside the highway to the south for 4.8 miles to the community of Midway.

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Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Orlando, Florida.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Florida

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Florida.

Click here for a map of Florida's Regional Recreational Trails