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Pasco County Bike Trails


Withlachoochee Trail
One of the longest Rails to Trails projects in Florida at 46 miles.
See our limited review
Rails to Trails Site

Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park – Ridden and Reviewed
6.7 mile paved trail through scrub and wetlands, connects to Suncoast Trail.
Water, restrooms and showers at park entrance.
SouthWest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) and county facility.

Suncoast Trail
Partial Review
41.3 miles alongside the Suncoast Parkway.
From southern end at Lutz Lake Fern Road in Hillsborough County
to the northern end at US 98 in the northern border of Hernando County.
Water and restrooms at numerous trailheads.
Rails to Trails Site has info, map.

Cypress Creek
7400 acres, 5 miles paved and unpaved road.
No water, no restrooms
See SWFWMD site for directions.

Natural Surface (Dirt)

Green Swamp – West Tract
46 Miles of marked shared use trails.
No water, no restrooms.
SouthWest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) land.
From US 301 in Dade City, follow River Road east five miles.
Bicyclists park at main entrance.

Crews Lake Wilderness Park
16739 Crews Lake Drive, Shady Hills, FL. (727)861-3038
Pasco County Parks website lists this park as having bike trails.

Upper Hillsborough
9961 acres of SWFWMD land, extends from Pasco county to Polk county.
No water, portable toilet at game check station off CR 54.
17 miles of woods roads marked for shared use (white diamonds).
Enter at CR 54 (not available during hunts), about 3 miles east of Zephyrhills.

Starkey Wilderness – Serenova Tract
6533 acres, 18 miles shared trails, SWFWMD land.
No water, no restrooms
Entrance located in central Pasco County off SR 52 just west of Suncoast Parkway across from Hayes Road.
Entrance on south side of road.

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