Run, walk or bike along Orange County’s trails on a sunny Florida day! Bring your dog on a leash but be sure to pick up after them.
Cady Way Trail
Cady Way Trail stretches 6.5 miles from Winter Park to Oviedo by way of the Fashion Square Mall. The trail has shelters and rest stops with benches and water fountains. Picnic tables and a playground are also available at the Cady Way trailhead located ¼ mile north of State Road 50 on Herndon Avenue, adjacent to the post office.
Lake Apopka Loop Trail
The Apopka Loop Trail (14.6 miles total, with the first 0.49 mile paved and the rest unpaved) at Magnolia Park connects on the north shore of Lake Apopka to property owned by St. Johns River Water Management District, considered to be an excellent birding area.
Little Econ Greenway
The Little Econ Greenway is located one mile north of State Road 50 on Dean Road and runs along the Little Econlockhatchee River. At 7.4 miles long, the trail begins at Jay Blanchard Park and extends to Goldenrod Road.
- Unique wildlife
Pine Hills Trail
The Pine Hills Trail - phase 1 (2.5 miles) begins at Alhambra Drive and extend north to Silver Star Road, including a spur trail that connects with Barnett Park.
SHINGLE CREEK TRAIL
Shingle Creek Trail - Phase 1, Segment 1 (one mile), begins at Sand Lake Road and extends one mile south to Destination Parkway along Shingle Creek, which is west of John Young Parkway.
West Orange Trail
The longest of the three trails is the West Orange Trail, which begins at Killarney Station on Old State Road 50 and extends north into Apopka. Ten miles of this 22.26-mile trail is equestrian, providing a scenic trail-ride. Four trailheads and five outposts are located along the trail, allowing you to park and access the trail.
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Residents can submit reports about:
- Traffic signs
- Sidewalk repair
- Other common issues
Also, OCFL 311 conveniently maps locations of important community issues so residents can be aware of events that may impact their neighborhood.