Parks are now
toll free, at
WITHLACOOCHEE STATE TRAIL
State Trail currently consists of a 46-mile paved stretch of railroad
right-of-way that has been converted to a recreation area suitable for
hiking, biking, and horse riding enthusiasts.
The Withlacoochee State Trail
begins at S.R. 50, a mile east of I-75 and runs 6 miles south to Trilby
and 40 miles north, past the Silver Lake Campground, through the Withlacoochee
State Forest, close to the Withlacoochee River, then continues north through
Floral City, Inverness, Citrus Springs, and ends at Gulf Junction just
south of Dunnellon. The trail is open from sunrise to sunset, seven days
Parking for the Withlacoochee
State Trail is located off C.R. 575/ Trilby Trailhead, S.R. 50 Trailhead,
Silver Lake Campround, Townsen Lake Regional Park off C.R. 476, Desoto Trail
Kiosk off U.S. 41, Wallace Brooks Park in Inverness, South Citrus Springs
Trailhead and North Citrus Springs Trailhead.
Withlacoochee State Trail is located on Croom Rital Road, off S.R. 50, a mile east of Interstate 75 in Ridge Manor.
For more information, contact Bob Seifer: Withlacoochee State Trail
12549 State Park Drive
Clermont, FL 34711
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