Cross Seminole Trail is a 32.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Oviedo, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.
The Cross Seminole Trail is a paved trail that extends 23 miles across Seminole County. The trail is good for all skill levels and is accessible year-round.
This is a wonderful trail that stretches along a nice residential area. Everyone on the trail is so nice and it is always clean. There are many locations on the trail that make it exciting. It is great for all activities. On a bike you can do the whole trail and check downtown Oviedo. If you walk or run, it is shaded and has many great views of the forest in Florida. I recommend this trail to anyone if they ever get the chance.
Nice ride.... pretty much all tarmac but defo a good start for beginners
Great trail with shade! We walked but it's definitely more of a bike trail and will do that next time!
Very nice trail. Shaded and cool this morning I found the 7.5 mole loop very enjoyable. I saw deer and hogs on the trail.
Reading the other 2 reviews helped. It truly was beautiful when I went. Danny Dreyer was doing a Chi Running Meet up and many of the Lake Nona Runners went. ti was great. It was foggy the day we went so you couldn't see much but as the fog burned off it unveiled such beautiful and scenic areas.
Despite what this says, the trail is actually closer to 23 miles long and goes clear across Seminole County. In addition, it also connects to Orange County's Cady Way trail on the south side and the Wekiva Trail on the north side.
This is a multipurpose trail perfect for anything from bike rides to hiking and easily accessable. While most of the trail is paved, there are some parts of the trail that aren't yet connected. If you plan on doing a large portion of the trail, it's best to do some research beforehand so that you are aware of where to go.
Very nice wide path scenic trail.