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The Pinellas Trail connects cities north from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs. Along the way there are several traffic bridges that can provide a cumulative workout. In the area around Clearwater there is some exposure to traffic, including numerous at grade street crossings. The condition...More
I’ve used the trail many times. I recommend north county and the honeymoon island causeway. Some of the south county stretches are through not so nice areas, and the trail is very poorly marked in Clearwater. Overall though it’s fantastic.
You can go north or south on the trail for miles and it is just beautiful. We rented a tandem bike from Kafe Racer (right on the trail at Skinner Road in Dunedin), and had an absolute blast. People use the trail for cycling and...More
This is a nice trail since the sidewalks are pretty small near Palm Harbor / Dunedin. The trail doesn’t have overpasses though, so you have to stop and wait at the lights every block, so it’s more of a large sidewalk.
The trail is great for biking, walking, running and just seeing all of Pinellas County. Rode bikes from Dunedin to Clearwater beach and back and it's so nice!! The trail is wide and is used by people of all ages!!!
This is a great place to walk or bicycle ride. No motor vehicles or electrical vehicles (golf carts) are allowed. This trail stretches from one part of Pinellas to the other end and is about 40 miles long, so whether you want to go from...More
The Pinellas Trail is paved over what was once a railroad track. You can find history about the railroad in the museum in downtown Dunedin.
If you like to rollerblade or bike long distances, the Pinellas trail is a must. If you like to walk...More
The only negative I have is that the bridge between Tampa Road and Curlew Road is closed it would be nice to be able to cross the road versus going all the way up to Tampa or all the way back to Curlew. Very scary...More