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 sports many wildlife and conservation areas; for those who seek off-road biking adventures, visit one of the nature trails in Osceola County.
Neighborhood trail connecting
Kissimmee and Poinciana
Part of a regional trail connecting
Orange and Osceola Counties
D = Destination Trail with unique interest due to length,
beauty and variety of uses, worth the drive (most include Neighborhood Trail characteristics).
N = Neighborhood Trails and Paths serving a community to link homes, shopping, business, parks, and schools.
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