Caloosahatchee Regional Park North Trail is a 6.3 mile loop trail located near Alva, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for nature trips, birding, horses, and mountain biking and is best used from September until May. Horses are also able to use this trail.
This trail is single-track and provides adventure and challenges for beginners and novice mountain bikers. Go from flat land with berms and hills to biking in the woods with exposed tree roots and narrow paths. Very challenging and extremely fun! North trails are strictly for biking and equestrian. Beginners trails are approximately 4.5 miles (green) Intermediate trails are approximately 4 miles (blue) Difficult trails are approximately 2 miles. (black) Do not underestimate any of the trails and use extreme caution on all trails. All trails are marked by color according to difficulty. Bring plenty of water. If you are in doubt about a more difficult trail best to practice on the beginners trails.
Great place clean and clear trails.
Plenty of shade. Love this place.
Ran all 10+ miles of trail on the north side. Technical in certain areas (Far East), but the trails are maintained well making for a great time. One thing to remember; the trails in this part of CRP are shared with mountain bikers, so it's wise to be constantly aware of their presence in front and behind you.