Over 30 Multi-use Bike Trails, 250+ Miles
Ride Safe, Greater Orlando, Disney Area
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Welcome to our guide to off-street biking within a 30-mile radius of downtown Orlando, Florida. Here you will find:
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Bill Frederick Park Turkey Lake (N)
Bumby Path (N)
Cady Way Trail (D)
Lake Baldwin Trail (N)
Lake Nona Trails (N)
Lake Underhill Path (N)
Little Econ Greenway (D)
Maitland Bike Route (N)
Mead Garden, Winter Park (N)
New Independence Bike Path (N)
Orlando Bicycle Beltway (N)
Orlando Urban Trail (N)
Pine Hills Trail (N)
Shingle Creek Regional Trail (Orange)(N)
Walt Disney World (N)
Ward Park, Winter Park (N)
West Orange Trail (D)
Winter Park Area (N)
Kissimmee Lakefront Park (N)
Kissimmee Trail Loop (N)
Neptune Road Recreational Pathway (N)
Pleasant Hill Road Recreational Pathway (N)
Shingle Creek Regional Trail (Osceola) (N)
St. Cloud Lakefront Park (N)
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.
Orlando Area Trails Map
*See trail pages for individual trail maps*
Are you a Central Florida visitor looking for a more "real" experience? Are you a local resident looking for a fun outdoor activity? Bicycle riding is a great way to see Orlando and its surrounding areas. See our Locator Map to find bike trails near you. All are opportunities for year-round recreation and fitness, as well as providing a transportation alternative to auto driving.
See More Information for safety tips, state regulations, and links to more cycling resources. Remember... Florida Law requires bicycle riders under 16 years old to wear helmets. With more trail miles in the works, we update our reports regularly, so please check back often!
We acknowledge other cities rank as more overall pedestrian- and bike-friendly due to planning for designated bike lanes and the like, and we also sadly acknowledge that Florida ranks highest for biking fatalities. This is a challenge to Orlando and the surrounding communities to continue their efforts and invest in biking and walking options for both safety and health.
To accomplish this, funding for bike trails and bike- and pedestrian-friendly roadways needs to be a transportation priority not only at the local but at the state and federal levels. A big step forward was securing funding for the Florida Coast-to-Coast Trail. We encourage you to contact your legislators and representatives and let them know you support funding for bicycle-related projects. Here's a link to find your Florida State representatives .
FDOT Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Program - a division of Florida Department of Transportation. Safety efforts include walking and biking data collection and reporting.
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