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Recreational Trails

 Recreational Bike Trails
 Recreational Bike Trails - Future
 On Street Bike Routes
 On Street Bike Routes - Future
 Bike Lanes
 Bike Lane Improvements - Future
 Canoe/Kayak Trails

 City Limits

Places of Interest

 Bike Parking
 Bike Shops
 Canoe/Kayak Launch Points
 Canoe/Kayak Shops
 Community Playgrounds
 Fire Stations
 Gardens
 Green Markets
 Hospitals
 Libraries
 Public Restrooms
 Schools/College
 Schools/Private
 Schools/Public
 TrailBites     What's this?

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City of St. Petersburg

Transportation Department

1 4th Street North
St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Phone: 727-892-5341
Fax: 727-551-3326

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Need a paper map of the CityTrails?

Call Cheryl Stacks at (727) 892-5328

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Tip: For optimal display, turn on Recreational Trails in this order:

  1. Bike Trails
  2. Bike Routes
  3. Bike Lanes

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These are restaurants within 1/4 mile of the Pinellas and Downtown trails.

Currently this information is not available.