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SR 415 Trail...

Bike Trail Connector Over St. Johns River

The SR 415 Trail runs 5 miles parallel to the State Road in Volusia County, from the East Central Regional Rail Trail (ECRRT) in Osteen, to just over the St. Johns River in Seminole County. Eventually it will link to Sanford Riverwalk and be part of a future Lake Monroe Loop Trail. A dedicated multi-use trail, it was built as part of the widening of State Road 415 and new bridge over the St. Johns - serving as a model for future road projects. Though not a "destination" trail, we enjoyed it for some interesting features: a link to the ECRRT, Beck Ranch Park, and panoramic views of the St. Johns River from the bridge. (Detailed map and photos below.)

SR415 Connector Trail, Orlando biking, Volusia County

SR 415 Trail Map

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Location: Volusia and Seminole Counties
End Points: St. Johns River (Celery Ave.) to East Central Regional Rail Trail (Osteen-Maytown Rd.)
Mileage: 5 miles
Surface: Paved, 12 feet
Trailheads/Parking: Along State Road 415 in Osteen at East Central Regional Rail-Trail trailhead, or at Beck Ranch Park (See map)

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State Road 415 Trail... Comments and Photos

A good connector trail. Once outside of town, it's enough away from the roadway to be a pleasant ride. The separate bike lane on the St. Johns River Bridge is a nice feature. The concrete divider separating the trail from the road is a feature we'd like to see on more bridge/bike trails. Beck Ranch Park is a hidden gem.

Osteen to Beck Ranch Park

In Osteen, watch for road crossings and driveways along the trail. Connects to East Central Regional Rail Trail at Osteen bridge.

Beck Ranch Park to St. Johns River Bridge

The trail runs under SR 415 and then goes over the St. Johns River Bridge

Beck Ranch Park

Originally part of a working cattle ranch, the property was bought by Volusia County and a 250-acre community park developed. Parking, restrooms, picnic, playground, volleyball, playing fields, dog park; includes historical markers and some original buildings. Discover Central Florida's Safest & Best Bike Trails

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