Suncoast Trail


16175 SR 54
Odessa, FL 33556

Hours of Operation

Open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk

Park Information

The Suncoast Trail is a 42-mile paved trail that stretches from Hillsborough County through Pasco and ending in Hernando County. The shared path is owned by Florida Department of Transportation, Turnpike Enterprise, and operated and maintained by the three counties’ Parks and Recreation Departments. The majority of the trail is in Pasco County which is 21.6 miles long.

This trail is part of Florida’s statewide system of greenways and trails. View the Florida Greenways and Trails website to explore maps and descriptions of this and other trails in Florida.

There are trailheads located at SR 54 and the Suncoast Parkway with grass parking spaces and paved handicap parking spaces. There are benches along the entire trail and some sheltered tables as well. You will find two wildlife viewing areas on the Pasco section of the trail. Current access to the trail is available at all crossing of public roads. Additional parking is available at Crews Lake Park in Shady Hills. There are watering stations along the path that our staff fills on a daily basis.

You will find certain amenities at some of the intersections such as a port-o-let, restroom, public telephone, water supply or cooler and four information kiosks. 

  • Lutz Lake Fern Rd (Hillsborough)
  • SR 52/Concourse Nature Park (Pasco)
  • SR 50 (Hernando)
  • SR 54 (Pasco)
  • Crews Lake Wilderness Park (Pasco)
  • US 98 (Hernando)
  • J.B. Starkey Wilderness Park (Pasco)
  • Anderson Snow Regional Park (Hernando)

Major Intersections: Lutz Lake Fern Rd., SR 54, J. B. Starkey Park, SR 52, Shady Hills Rd., Caldwell Lane, Lawless Rd., West Bowman Rd., County Line Rd., Anderson Snow Park, Corporate Blvd. Spring Hill Dr., Power Rd., Switch Back Rd., Highfield Rd., SR 50, Rester Rd., Bailey Hill Rd., Centralia Rd., Landfill Rd., Seville Rd., and US 98.

In case of emergency, dial 9-1-1 and state your location in terms of the trail miles in reference to the trailhead or major road intersection.


  • 21.6 Miles
  • Water Stations (at various intersections)
  • Paved Trail
  • Sheltered tables (at various spots)