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Healthy West Orange Trails Connection Formed to Promote, Activate, Enhance Trail System in West Orange

Steering Committee to determine best use of $5.5 million grant February 11, 2022 – The Foundation for a Healthier West Orange (FHWO) announces the formation of a new steering committee – the Healthy West Orange Trails Connection (HWOTC). HWOTC promotes, activates, and enhances the trail system throughout West Orange to […]

West Orange Trail
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Show the West Orange Trail Some Love: This Survey Needs Your Input!

From our friends at Orange County Parks & Recreation … Virtual Public Meeting, January 27 at 6 p.m. regarding West Orange Trail Extension and Rock Springs Road Studies From October 2020 to September 2021, 1.7 million people walked, ran or rolled on Orange County Parks and Recreation‘s West Orange Trail; the previous […]

BWCF Interactive Regional Trail Map
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Comprehensive Central Florida Trails and Routes Map Now a Reality

Seeing locations of all the wonderful places to bike in Central Florida, now and in the future, just got a lot easier. Bike/Walk Central Florida (BWCF) has collaborated with partners to produce the first region wide trail map that includes all existing and planned signature trails, wide sidewalks and shared […]

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Seminole County Releases New Trails Master Plan

Seminole County has released its 2021 Trails Master Plan. Using community input, “the plan is designed to guide future funding and trail development efforts; strengthening Seminole County’s reputation as Florida’s Natural Choice”. According to the plan: When Seminole County began planning for trails, they developed a vision statement that would […]

People On Bikes / Trails

Big Tree Park to Black Hammock Trailhead Along the Cross Seminole Trail

An Easy Way to Bike 20+ Miles – Out-and-Back by William Wills I’m mainly a trail guy.  Bike trail, trail mix, Portland Trailblazers. I enjoy the variety of paved multi-use trails throughout Seminole County and periodically will go off-road on relatively easy packed-sand pathways. I don’t typically bike on Seminole […]