The Cady Way Trail is located four (4) miles northeast of Downtown Orlando and is one section of a larger regional trail. The Cady Way Trail extends northeast from the Fashion Square Mall through Orange County, connecting to the Cross Seminole Trail. The trail is twelve (12) feet wide, with two trail spurs that connect Lake Baldwin and Lake Susannah. There is a 2.5 mile trail loop that meanders around Lake Baldwin and another 1.5 mile trail spur around the west side of Lake Susannah. The trail connects various restaurants, retail, and employment centers such as the Fashion Square Mall, Downtown Baldwin Park, and the Executive Center Drive offices.
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Click HERE to view the portion of Cady Way Trail within Orange County
The Cady Way Trail is important to the City, and Central Florida, because it connects the City of Orlando with Orange County, Seminole County, Lake Mary, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford, Winter Park, and Winter Springs. This trail provides a regionally significant recreational and commuting option for cyclists who want access to the region’s core.
The trail offers long shaded segments, perfect for both spring and fall riding. The trail starts near Orlando Fashion Square Mall and moves northeast through Baldwin Park, continuing on to the Cross Seminole Trail throughout Seminole County. This trail is one of the most heavily used trails during weekends and early evenings.
Neighborhoods Served by the Cady Way Trail:
- Audubon Park
- Baldwin Park
- Colonial Town Center
Schools Served by the Cady Way Trail:
- Audubon Park Elementary School
- Glenridge Middle School
Destinations Served by the Cady Way Trail:
- Baldwin Park
- Fashion Square Mall
- Orlando Executive Airport
Number of Bicyclists/Pedestrians on the Cady Way Trail:
- Daily Average: 335
- Monthly Average: 10,718
- Annual Average: 128,616
- Busiest Day of the Week: Sunday