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Old 12-01-11, 10:35 PM   #1
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The Alderman Ford Park in Lithia (Hillsborough County) Florida

My first trip on 11-30-11 and ride at Alderman Ford Park was good. This scenic park includes the area where the Alafia River branches into its north and south prongs. The Alafia is one of the most popular canoe spots in the state, and the park includes a modern, erosion-free canoe launch. Several picnic areas are connected by a pedestrian/bicycle loop path, and a first-hand view of the abundant plant life is available on a self guiding nature study via accompanying boardwalk and foot bridges. Best suited for the casual rider. Lots of twists and turns. For more info and photos on Florida paved trails visit my site: Thanks.
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