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Bike Trails... Osceola County FL

Paved Off-street Biking, Greater Orlando Area

Osceola County's Central Florida bike trails serve their towns for commuting and linking neighborhoods, with Celebration serving as a model for neighborhood trail development. The 2-mile trail at St. Cloud's Lakeside Park offers very nice scenery and a safe place for kids to ride. The KissimmeTrail Loop trail is a 7 mile rectangle that connects to the Shingle Creek Regional Trail. Other trails - Neptune Road Path and Pleasant Hill Road Recreational Path - generally follow roads linking businesses, schools, and residential areas. The Shingle Creek Regional Trail (under construction) when completed will run 32 miles from Kissimmee to Orlando, eventually linking to the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail.

Osceola County Bike Trail Reports

Celebration (N)

Florida bike trails, Celebration, Orlando, Osceolae County

Biking is incorporated throughout this
Disney-planned community

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Kissimmee Trail Loop (N)

Florida bike trails, Kissimmee neighborhood biking

Paved loop trail connects to
Shingle Creek Regional Trail

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Neptune Road Path (N)

Orlando bike trails - Neptune Road Path, Osceola County

Lakeside trail between
Kissimmee and St. Cloud

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Pleasant Hill Road Recreational Path (N)

Orlando bike trails - Shingle Creek Trail, Osceola County

Neighborhood trail connecting
Kissimmee and Poinciana

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Shingle Creek Trail (N)

Orlando bike trails - Shingle Creek Trail, Osceola County

Part of a regional trail connecting
Orange and Osceola Counties

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St. Cloud Lakeside Park (N)

Bike Florida, St Cloud, Osceola County, Lakeside Park, Central Florida Biking

Recreational pathway
along Lake Tohopekaliga

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Walt Disney World (see Orange County)

Orlando biking, Florida biking, Disney World, Wilderness Lodge, Ft. Wilderness, FL bike trail

Biking at Wilderness Lodge and Ft. Wilderness

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D = "Destination Trail" of special interest, due to length and features; worth a drive (most include Neighborhood Trail characteristics).
N = "Neighborhood Trail" serving a community for recreation, and to link homes, schools, parks, business, and shopping.

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