The Pinellas Trail is a linear trail that extends from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs. This trial is used for biking, walking, jogging, and skating. This trail is free and is a safe way to get some fun exercise with the family.
The Pinellas Trail was created along a portion of abandoned railroad corridor and is protected greenspace.
If you are visiting Seminole or living here but looking for a free low key afternoon with the kids or friends check out the Pinellas Trail.
Basic rules to help everyone enjoy the trail:
- The trail is only open during daylight hours.
- Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
- Pedestrians and handicapped have the right of way, wheelchairs should use the pedestrian lanes and electric handicap wheelchairs are always permitted.
- Bicyclists are required to obey all traffic controls and signals.
- Bicyclists are not permitted to wear headphones at any time.
- Under age 16, they must wear a helmet.
- Bicyclists and skaters should obey the posted speed limits. No racing, race training or pace lines. Skaters should use the bicycle lanes, and both skaters and cyclists should give an audible warning when passing.
- Motorized vehicles (except electric handicap wheelchairs, maintenance, law enforcement and emergency vehicles) are prohibited.
- Horses are prohibited.
- Pets must be kept on a 6-foot leash and under control.
- Trail users stay right except to pass. Please be courteous.
Check out the Pinellas Trail for more Information.