Seminole County prides itself as "Florida's Natural Choice," with 24 parks, more than 80 miles of paved and unpaved trails for hiking and Central Florida biking, waterways for fishing, boating and paddling (kayak, canoe), and more than 6,000 wilderness acres to explore. Seminole County's trails include two showcase trails (Cross Seminole and Seminole-Wekiva), as well as portions of the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail and the Florida Scenic Trail.
There are over 40 miles of continuous paved bike trail available via connections between trails - the Seminole-Wekiva Trail, which connects to the Cross Seminole Trail, which connects to the Cady Way Trail in Orange County. This will grow as the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail gaps are completed.
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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