Post Tagged with: "trails"

News To Use / People On Bikes

It’s Just a Step to the Left – “Hidden Trail” to the River Off the Seminole Wekiva Trail

If you’re familiar with the Seminole County trail system, you know that many of the trails are paved and not what one would consider being “off-road.”  And that’s the intent. They are safe and beautiful, providing you with hassle-free biking throughout the county.  There are off-road trails like Soldier’s Creek […]

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Orange County Parks Host Second Trails Master Plan Virtual Outreach

Orange County Parks and Recreation is hosting its second Trails Master Plan Virtual Outreach meeting May 10 – 26. The second interactive virtual public outreach will gather feedback on the trail master plan, existing and proposed future trail corridor evaluations, priorities, and proposed design guidelines. Please provide your input at […]

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Seminole County Calls for Trails Master Plan and Investment

by Will R. Wills Since the start of the pandemic, many folks have been working from home, often facing long hours in front of video calls and emails.  When the working day is done, they are heading outdoors looking for fresh air, exercise, and time to decompress. For many residents […]

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Beth Perell – Public Affairs Perspectives – Talks Biking & Walking Safety with Emily Hanna

Emily Hanna, Bike/Walk Central Florida’s executive director overseeing the Best Foot Forward for pedestrian safety program, spoke at length with Beth Perrell on her “Public Affairs Perspectives” Show, airing on five COX Radio stations. The two women discussed: The Best Foot Forward for pedestrian safety program; Smart Growth America’s Dangerous […]

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Orange County to Begin Next Phase of Shingle Creek Trail

Construction is about to begin on Orange County’s next section of Shingle Creek Trail! Orange County Parks and Recreation shared the following information about the next phase in its news bulletin.  Shingle Creek Trail – Phase 2 will be 2.844 miles in length, along the west side of John Young Parkway, south from […]