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We really enjoyed the Legacy Trail on our bikes, but didn't do the whole thing. We rode 12 miles and plan to do a different section of the trail another day! The other bikers were very polite, there were water stops and it was wide...More
The legacy trail is the old rail line from venice to Sarasota. It was used for passengers and the ringling circus trains
It is paved and well maintained with rest stops. Major road crossings have bridges over roads for safety
On any day of the...More
Good pavement. Partially shaded. Rest shelters every couple miles or so (they've come in handy during sudden downpours). Polite cyclists, skaters and pedestrians. Bridge over Laurel Rd should be completed in latter 2018. Restrooms available are kybos.
We went on a awesome bike ride here trail was good exercise. We saw lots of birds and other wildlife including a otter .The ride over the two bays were really nice and a good place to take a break .Do your body some good...More
We began the Legacy Trail in Venice and went the 10.7 miles north to Sarasota. The bikeway is well paved and marked the entire way. Every so often you will find placards that describe the vegetation or the history of the location. You will also...More
Many great features on this trail! First, the big climb over the bridge that crosses RT. 41. Then in a mile, cross the bridge over Dona Bay where you can wave to the kayakers, then another bridge over Roberts Bay. All these bridges were built...More
It was a very secluded trail so not much traffic to deal with. We met some people at the end of the trail and found a pub about 2 miles away and had a beer. The Pinellas trail is a little nicer if you are...More
We love the trail. Safe to walk or hike or bike. Be sure to mind your way and if biking stay to the right and same for walking because we've encountered some hard core bikers that don't have patients for someone walking on the "wrong...More