Walk, jog, or bike the Bay Pines portion of the Pinellas Trail35 95th Street North, St. Petersburg , FL 33708
War Veteran's Park is located just off this portion of the trail -- complete with a sundial, army tank, and fantastic view of Boca Ciega Bay. Also, the end portion of this section crosses directly over water by the Cross Bayou Bridge. If you do this whole section, from Seminole Blvd. to the other side of the Cross Bayou Bridge, you'll travel a little over 2 miles. The entire Pinellas Trail stretches 34 miles from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs. Most of the Pinellas Trail was once a railroad corridor. Today, the mostly-paved trail is a protected place for walking, jogging, rollerskating, rollerblading or biking. Go for 34 yards or all 34 miles, with kids or without. Either way, you'll get a new, more relaxed glimpse of the area. And every step, skate or pedal push will be active fun that keeps you feeling good.