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The 1.7 mile neighborhood Kewannee Trail begins at SR 436 in Casselberry (next to Semoran Skateway), and ends at Oxford Road in Fern Park. Popular for biking, running, and walking, many families enjoy the trail for recreation as well as access to schools, shopping, and library. It also connects with the Casselberry Greenway Trail at Wilshire Blvd. The trail mostly runs behind homes along Howell Canal for an easy ride. The roads except for Kewannee Trail are smaller, though caution should be taken when crossing. The trail passes through Kewannee Park which also serves as a trailhead. Though not particularly large, Kewannee Park is well kept with lake, small pier, and cool boardwalk through cypress swamp; a great spot to take small children to bike and play. Detailed map and photos below.
Kewannee Trail Map
Location: Seminole County (Casselberry)
End Points: Cassel Creek Blvd. at SR436 to Fern Park Blvd. at Oxford Road
Mileage: 1.7 miles
Surface: Asphalt, 14'
Trailheads/Parking: Semoran Skateway, Kewannee Park. (See map)
Nearby Points of Interest: Winter Park, Orlando
Bike Shops / Rentals:
David's World Cycle (Casselberry)
Only 1.7 miles, but a fine neighborhood trail. A great place to wear out the kids! Pack bikes and lunch and start at Kewannee Park. Check out the boardwalk, pond and pier. The wide, paved bike trail follows a canal and greenway, with only 4 residential street crossings.
Leaving the parking lot at Semoran Skateway, the trail quickly arrives at Howell Creek. Although running behind homes, proximity to the canal maintains a peaceful feeling. There are no road crossings until Kewannee Trail - the biggest along the trail.
Kewannee Park serves as a trailhead. Some smaller road crossings, at Waverly Drive the trail crosses diagonally to continue on the other side of the canal. The trail links to the Casselberry Greenway at the end of Wilshire Blvd.
The 6-acre park has parking, restrooms, playground and playing fields, pavilion, fishing pier, boardwalk and walking trails. The very pleasant boardwalk goes into a nature area - connect back to the trail or continue on the boardwalk to Kewannee Pond and the park. We walked our bikes along this boardwalk for a pleasant diversion - this is an unexpected oasis in a busy suburban area.
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