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East Central Regional Rail Trail...

Enterprise to Osteen and Beyond

The East Central Regional Rail Trail (ECRRT) runs along an abandoned Florida East Coast Railway corridor acquired in 2007. 50.5 miles are planned. 47 miles are now complete. One 3.5 mile gap remains. Here, we focus on the western-most section of the trail, 8.5 miles from Enterprise through Osteen to the trail gap at Guise Road. This section is within our '30 mile radius' of Downtown Orlando. For details on the entire trail, visit us at BikeFlorida.net . The ECRRT is a key component in the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail . (Map, photos below)

East Central Regional Rail Trail - Central Florida biking

East Central Regional Rail-Trail Map
(with connector trails)


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Location: Volusia and Brevard Counties, Florida
End Points: Green Springs Park in Enterprise to Guise Road in Osteen; from Gobblers Lodge Road to Maytown; from Maytown north to Edgewater; from Maytown south to Titusville
Mileage: 50.5 miles planned, 47 miles complete. (Mileage is approximate)
Surface: Asphalt, 12'
Trailheads/Parking: Volusia County: Thornby Park, Green Springs Park (Enterprise); SR415 bridge, Gobblers Lodge Road (Osteen); Maytown Spur Road (Maytown); SR 442 bridge, Rotary Park (Edgewater). Brevard County: I-95 underpass at Mims, Titusville Visitor Center. (See map)
Nearby Points of Interest: DeBary Hall, Gemini Springs Park

Bike Shops / Rentals:

Deland Cyclery (Deland)

JC's Bike Shop (Deland)

East Central Regional Rail Trail (ECRRT); West Section... Comments and Photos


Green Springs Park Trailhead

Green Springs Park serves as a trailhead and connector to the Spring-to-Spring Trail. One of a few green sulphur springs remaining, Green Springs was once popular as a health spa and is now a county park, with parking, water, picnic, playground.


 

Green Spring Park west to SR 415 Bridge (Osteen) - 5.5 miles

From the Green Springs trailhead, the East Central Regional Rail Trail is mostly away from roads, with canopied sections and boardwalks over wetlands. Benches are spaced regularly along the trail. There are some crossroads and driveways, but traffic is very light if any. The area still retains a rural feel. Being near the I-4 corridor, this is the most popular section of the ECRRT for families and recreational bikers.


 

SR 415 Trail Bridge to Guise Road - 3 miles

From the trailhead at (under) the SR 415 bridge, the trail extends 3 miles east to Guise Road, where begins the last remaining gap in the trail, 3.5 miles to the trailhead at Gobblers Lodge Road. (Last visited November 2018, no work had begun on the gap).

Also from the Osteen trailhead, a separate multi-use paved trail (SR 415 Trail / Beck Ranch Pathway) parallels SR 415 south and (safely) across the St. Johns River into Seminole County (nice views of river). This eventually will link to the Sanford Riverwalk, and be part of a future Lake Monroe Loop.

 

To see the remainder of the trail, visit us at BikeFlorida.net .

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