Spring-to-Spring Trail is a 2.4 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near DeBary, Florida that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Volusia County's Spring-to-Spring Trail is so named because it will link a number of state and county parks featuring natural springs. Planned to reach more than 26 miles, the paved, multipurpose path is ideal for walkers, joggers, skaters, bicyclists and people with disabilities. The main access points are DeBary Hall Historic Site; Gemini Springs Park; Lake Monroe Park; Lake Beresford Park; Blue Springs Park; and along Grand Avenue in Glenwood, south of DeLeon Springs State Park. From Gemini Springs Park and DeBary Hall Historic Site to DeLeon Springs State Park; segments are still under construction.
I don't want this to sound negative, but it is almost like an urban nature trail. That is because of the fact that it's paved the whole way. Great for rollerbladers and skateboarders! And children on bicycles!
This is an incredibly beautiful trail.
Nice trail. Tree covered with minimal stopping.
The wife and I rode our mountain bikes from start to finish Sunday 8/16/15. the ride was awesome and everyone we encountered on our trek was polite. The senery was beautiful and the course was challenging to us as new riders.
These disjointed segments of trail make for a great little urban adventure. The southernmost and northernmost points of the trails have bathrooms and water. The southern segments near Gemini Springs Park and Lake Monroe are also close to the East Central Rail Trail, if you are looking to add on a few more miles. These trail segments are wide paved paths with decent shade and minimal traffic.
Loved the winding path between Gemini Springs and Lake Monroe parks.
We've hiked several different sections of these trails, they connect all over Enterprise and the Deltona area. Check my profile for some of the treks we've made around the lake.
There are places where you can get off the pavement and into the backdrop. There's also a playground for kids, facilities in a couple of places and benches and picnic tables in places.
Plan for a couple hours or a full day of exploring. Close place to get away from every day life.
What a really nice paved family trail, great and safe for the kids and grand kids to ride their bikes! Be sure to take a detour from the trail and visit Gemini Springs!
A nice quiet way to end the day after 100 miles from Lakeland.