Coyote and Tree Frog Trails at Conservation Park are frequently very wet. You can ride across them but not recommended for inexperienced riders! Usually see a sign posted that the trail is closed
Conservation Park Trails are color coded! Each Trail has a different color assigned to it. For Example: The Red Trail is 11.2 miles long and runs around the outside perimeter of the Park! Hard to get Lost but some do!
You will see these Park Kiosks with benches frequently along the trail. Perfect place to take a break and see where you are or where you want to go. Sometimes free-lancing is more fun and you find things around the next turn you weren't expecting! Have Fun and Go Exploring!
The Trail Routes are cleverly marked. Just follow the colors of your route. If you decide to go longer or shorter, the trail routes always let you know how far to the next kiosk and back to the Park Entrance
Gayle's Trail is not marked as good as Conservation Park. The signage is minimal. It's hard to determine how far it is from one point to the next. Here's some hints. It's approximately 5 miles from the intersection of Gayle's Trail/Hwy 79 to West Bay Bridge and the Intra-Coastal Waterway. So, round trip is 10 miles. 1.2 miles from Griffin Blvd. to Hwy 79. Barley's Bike Shop is 6/10 of a mile from Gayle's Trail. Come see us for FREE AIR and $1.00 Bottles of Water! We are the Biking Experts on Trails!