Pinellas Trail


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Pinellas Trail
The Pinellas Trail is truly one of Florida’s premier urban trails. Stretching from Tarpon Springs to St. Petersburg, the trail links some of Pinellas County’s most picturesque parks, scenic coastal areas and residential neighborhoods. As a testament to its popularity, an estimated 90,000 people on average use the trail per month. The trail provides an excellent alternative to the automobile – even for the visitor – amidst Florida’s most densely populated county. Eight overpasses, for example, allow trail-goers to travel above traffic at several busy intersections. Whether you plan a day trip or a several day visit with overnight stays, there is plenty to do along the Pinellas trail. And it is worth the effort to visit.

Pinellas Trail Map

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Major Activities
WalkingHikingBikingMountain BikingInline SkatingWheelchair

Trail Length/Surface: 34 miles, paved

Fee: None

County: Pinellas

Nearby Towns: Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Dunedin

Notes:
Pinellas County has prepared an excellent Online Guide to the Pinellas Trail. The guide provides detailed segment-by-segment maps for the entire trail corridor, and also provides information on bike shops, parks, restaurants, and other facilities. Despite trail overpasses and other efforts to provide as safe an experience as possible for users of the trail, some locations still cross very busy intersections. The guide points out these locations. Be sure to review it and use extra caution in these areas.

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Access/Directions:
The northern terminus for the trail is in Tarpon Springs on US 19, just south of the Anclote River. The southern terminus is in St. Petersburg, also at US 19, between Fairfield Avenue and 8th Avenue South. Opportunities to access the trail are too numerous to list. Consult the online guide noted above for detailed access information.

Contact Information: 
Pinellas County Planning Department
600 Cleveland Street, Suite 750
Clearwater, FL 33755
727-464-8200
FAX: 727-464-8201

http://www.pinellascounty.org/

Related Websites
Guide to the Pinellas Trail

 

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