Medard Park Trail is a 3.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Plant City, Florida that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
Previous reviews are correct, really no trails here. This did look like a really nice fishing, camping or picnicking spot though.
Pleasant walk around the park. Enjoyed the area beyond the playground where the trees have their roots on display, made it interesting!
No trails here just a camping and fishing area
His place was great. You'll find carved-out trails you can follow, or plenty of area to hike on your own terms, off the beaten path. Great water clearings. Camping sites, shelters, bathrooms, and plenty of picnic tables scattered around.
Will definitely be returning here for more hikes.
I've been here many time over the last ten years. There isn't really a set "trail." It's essentially a lot of trees and spaces between the trees. It's a good area to walk around in. The trees provide some very slight elevation changes. Most people use this area to bike rather than hike, but it's good for either. Watch where you're walking though; there are horse trails nearby and so horses combined with tree roots protruding from the ground provide some interesting obstacles :)
Nice trail, not a far drive from Tampa, beautiful grounds! Much to do in park, kayaking, camping (tent or RV). Lots of feral cats though. Take your camera - trails can be quite slick when it rains