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Of Hot Springs Village

 

 Trails In Hot Springs Village











 


DeSoto Park Nature Trail 
A natural surface walking trail 0.4 mile in length. The first loop is level, and the second loop has an easy grade uphill to a bench overlook.
 
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DeSoto Spillway Trail 
It follows the spillway on the east side from DeSoto Park Lane to Lake DeSoto. This is a natural surface 0.8 mile trail with some rocky and uneven terrain.
 
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Coronado Center Walking Trail 
 
It circles the Coronado Community Center, Coronado Fitness Center, and the Coronado Tennis Center and courts. The trail is 0.5 mile long.
 
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Cedar Creek Walking Trail 
 
A combination of four paths for a total of 2.5 miles of trail. This is a beautiful, wooded nature trail with level terrain except for a slight incline on the Mourning Dove Path. Bridges across Cedar Creek separate the loops, and there are several benches overlooking the creek. Entrance to the trail is located on Minorca Road, 1.4 miles south of DeSoto Blvd. Two parking areas are available. 

 
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  Gerona Wilderness Trail 
 
It is a rough-walking trail that is 0.2 mile long. The trail can be accessed from Fresno Road, east of La Mancha Way.

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Hernando Trail 
It is a 2.5 miles long trail that parallels DeSoto Blvd between Calella and Cortez. The surface is packed gravel and offers some challenges as well as level walking. This a good exercise trail. Parking is available at either end. Extensions to the east are planned.

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Hernando Trail at Woodlands 
 
It is a natural area offering a pleasant stroll for people attending events at the Woodlands Auditorium or Ponce de Leon Center or visiting the HSV Veteran’s Memorial.  This trail will someday connect with the Hernando Trail.

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  Lake Balboa Spillway Trail 
 
It s a 1.2 mile loop on the embankment connecting Lake Balboa primary and secondary Spillways. Benches located on the upper embankment overlook Lake Balboa. Access is via the back of the Magellan Golf Parking lot.

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Lake Coronado Boat Ramp Walking Trail 
 
It is a one-third mile, gravel-surfaced trail bordering Lake Coronado. The trail is handicapped accessible and includes a paved path to Anglers Island. Parking is available at the Boat Ramp off Murillo Way.

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Magellan Beaver Dam Trail
 
It is a nature trail, with a natural surface, 0.7 mile in length. The trail is located on Cloaca Road (near the POA Animal Shelter). The trail begins just south of the boat storage. Parking is available adjacent to Cloaca Road.
 

   Multi-purpose Trails
Usually paved or gravel surfaces designed for use by foot traffic, bicycles, or golf carts.

DeSoto Multipurpose Trail 
 
It is a 3.5 mile loop with hard surface, a variety of challenges, and up/down hill walking. Parking is available at the main trailhead, across from the handicapped fishing dock on Calella Road.  A half-mile spur connects to the golf pro shop at DeSoto Golf Course.
 
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DeSoto Marina Multipurpose Trail 
 
It is a beautiful 0.6 mile paved path along Lake DeSoto ending at the handicapped fishing area on Calella Road. This trail can be combined with the DeSoto Multipurpose Trail for a 4.7 mile walk.

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  Sonora Emperado Calella Multipurpose Trail 
 
It is a gently rolling, hard surfaced path, 0.66 mile long, along DeSoto Blvd from DeSoto Games area to DeSoto Center.

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Cart Lanes
 

Asphalt surfaced lanes on the shoulder of major roads, primarily intended for golf carts and bicycles. The lanes are marked with diamonds. Pedestrian traffic should use caution and stay alert. 


Barcelona Cart Lane
 
It is 2.5 miles long, on the north shoulder of Barcelona Rd and the east shoulder of Cortez Rd, from Santa Maria Rd to Docientos Way. The lane provides for golf cart travel to the Cortez Golf Course.

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  Carmona Cart Lane
 
It is 1.1 miles long, on the east side of Carmona Rd from DeSoto Blvd to Barcelona Rd.

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 Santa Maria Cart Lane
 
It is m1.3 mile long, on the south shoulder of Santa Maria and connects to the Barcelona Cart Lane, the DeSoto Multipurpose Trail.  It provides for golf cart travel to DeSoto or Cortez Golf Courses.

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