The Florida Coast to Coast Trail, or C2C, is a 250-mile paved bike trail route between St. Petersburg and Titusville. We began exploring portions of it in 2013.
It uses existing bike paths – some of which, after many years in the planning stage, are finally being completed – while also proposing some new segments that do not yet exist. Overseen by the Office of Greenways & Trails and backed by FDOT, the route is currently seeing a flurry of construction that is planned to have it complete by 2019.
East to west, these are the bike paths that are used to make up the Coast to Coast Trail. In several cases, the Coast to Coast Trail route uses only a portion of a pre-existing bike path for its route. See our Rides tab for our articles on exploring portions of the C2C, and the Segments tab for specific information on riding a particular part of the trail.
EASTERN TERMINUS: Titusville
Coast to Coast Trail (16.4 miles, Brevard)
East Central Regional Rail Trail (20.9 miles, Volusia)
Spring-to-Spring Trail (Volusia)
Rinehart Trail (Seminole)
Seminole Wekiva Trail (Seminole)
Pine Hills Trail (Orange)
Clarcona-Ocoee Trail (Orange)
West Orange Trail (Orange)
South Lake Trail (Lake)
Van Fleet Trail (Sumter)
Withlacoochee State Trail (Hernando)
Good Neighbor Trail (Hernando)
Suncoast Trail (Hernando/Pasco)
Starkey Wilderness Trail (Pasco)
Starkey Trail (Pasco)
Tri-County Trail (Pasco/Pinellas)
Pinellas Trail (Pinellas)
WESTERN TERMINUS: St. Petersburg
Articles about our personal explorations of portions of the Florida Coast to Coast Trail as it evolves. We are cyclists as well as hikers and we live near the route of the Coast to Coast Trail, so we’re excited to watch this bike path system grow.
Specific segments of the C2C that we’ve ridden and written about.
View a map and ride details from reader Eric Blair on his Wikiloc account.
Official map from the Office of Greenways & Trails