Trails

Seminole Wekiva Trail

The nearly 14 mile Seminole Wekiva Trail is a paved recreational trail that has been designated as one of Seminole County's Showcase Trails because of its length, beauty, and accommodation of many users. The section of the trail that runs west of the I-4 trail overpass to the County line at the Wekiva River is also a designated part of the Florida National Scenic Trail.

HISTORY: The Seminole Wekiva Trail has been built on the former Orange Belt Railway, at one time the longest railroad in the country. Peter A. Demens of Longwood was the driving force behind this railroad and, despite many difficulties, had the railroad built all the way to St. Petersburg.
 
Map of the Seminole Wekiva Trail

Trailheads
San Sebastian Trailhead
Amenities: Parking, Picnic Tables, Water Fountain
Seminole County Softball Complex
Amenities: Sports Fields, Parking, Restrooms, Water Fountain, Meeting Space, Pavilion
Jones Trailhead - Markham Woods Road (at Long Pond) Longwood, FL 32779
Amenities: Parking, Water Fountain
Markham Trailhead
Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, Water Fountain, Trailer Parking, Paddock


Rules of the Trail

Hours of Operation and Contact Information

Open Dawn to Dusk
LEISURE SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Greenways and Natural Lands Division
100 E. 1st Street
Sanford, Fl 32771

Phone: 407-665-2001
Fax: 407-665-2179