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A network of trails winds through the woodlands of Hot Springs Village. The trail system parallels many of the main roads and provides property owners with safe and scenic routes.
Not only do walkers, joggers and bicyclists have the opportunity to enjoy the scenery and safe exercise, but golf cart owners also use the multi-purpose trails as a means of travel to and from several golf courses.
More than 26 miles of scenic trails have been developed throughout Hot Springs Village’s 26,000 acres. There are 10 walking/jogging/biking trails located within the Village, including the Cedar Creek trail at a total of 3.1 miles and the Hernando Trail at almost 10 miles.
The Village trail system is expanded each year with a goal of providing a way of spanning the village from east to west. This should be complete in 2012.
Walking / Jogging / Biking
- Cedar Creek Walking Trail
- Coronado Center Walking Trail
- DeSoto Park Nature Trail
- DeSoto Spillway Trail
- Hernando Trail
- Hernando Trail at Woodlands
- Lake Balboa Spillway Trail
- Lake Coronado Boat Ramp Trail
- Magellan Beaver Dam Trail
- Desoto Multipurpose
- DeSoto Marina Multipurpose
- Barcelona Cart Lane
- Carmona Cart Lane
- Santa Maria Cart Lane