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NIce Trail!

I've done a couple of rides on this trail and loved it both times. I've been when the weather was... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2018
Lisa S
Thomasville, Georgia
Beautiful scenery!

I've been on the Trenton to Old Town portion of the trail many times--walking, bicycling and... read more

Reviewed 9 March 2018
Gainesville, Florida
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Reviewed 19 March 2018

I've done a couple of rides on this trail and loved it both times. I've been when the weather was perfect - not too hot or cold and a beautiful blue sky. Easy riding, no hills, pretty scenery, places to stop and rest along the...More

Thank Lisa S
Reviewed 9 March 2018

I've been on the Trenton to Old Town portion of the trail many times--walking, bicycling and rollerblading (the bridge is a little bumpy on rollerblades, lol!) and love it! So pretty and feels safe. Great exercise and a nice way to travel around.

Thank motkdz
Reviewed 26 February 2018

My son and I did a section of the nature Coast Trail when we stayed overnight at a cabin at Fanning Springs State Park. The park makes a good base because it is almost directly across highway 19/98 from the Fanning Springs trailhead at the...More

1  Thank Paul S
Reviewed 2 February 2018

I like to ride my bike, but I do not like hills. This was perfect. The very good rating, as opposed to excellent, is due to the fact that there is not much scenery along some sections of the trail. It is well maintained. There...More

Thank TilleytheTraveler
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Out here on Sunday at Fanning Springs so I stopped by. This is quite nice. 32 miles of trails that connect 3 counties. Built along old rail lines. It runs right alongside Hwy 19 so you can still be close to anything in a town...More

Thank Selkie9
Reviewed 10 March 2017

This trail has 3 Spurs roughly T shaped. Flat terrain with lots of wooded areas. Ride out to the old train trestle towards old town. Neat old bridge over the Swanee river. We were there in early March and pretty much had the trails to...More

2  Thank philkeeling1
Reviewed 8 December 2016

The Nature Coast Trail highlight is the senic train trestle about four miles west of Fanning Springs. The trail is 31.7 miles of paved bike trail, there are three spokes to three small towns ( each with less than 2,000 people: Cross City, Trenton, and...More

1  Thank 387indy
Reviewed 6 September 2016

This is a great 60 mile route for bikers who want to get away from the roads. There aren't too many crossroads to stop at and there are many sections that are shaded. There aren't any restrooms at any of the trail heads (not a...More

1  Thank Brandon W
Reviewed 28 May 2016

In Florida, shade is important. We parked at Fanning Springs, and rode 9mi to Chiefland. Trail is well maintained, and flat with a few very gentle grades. It is shaded most of the way, with a canopy of mature trees in many spots. Then we...More

4  Thank 55refman
Reviewed 5 March 2016

this trail is a good place to get in some miles without traffic but it is pretty flat and most sections are very straight and a little monotonous. No facilities along the trail but you do pass thru or near some communities with convenience stores...More

1  Thank Kurt N
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31 October 2017|
Response from Selkie9 | Reviewed this property |
Oddly, given the area, I don't remember seeing a single bike shop. Which is odd because all around the springs in the area, there are bike shops from Fort White to Crystal River. So I tried to search it up. It seems the... More