Felburn Park - Cross Florida Greenway
Felburn Park occupies 140 acres of land just south of the Cross Florida Barge Canal where it crosses U.S. 19. Owned by the non-profit Felburn Foundation, it is leased to the State of Florida to manage as part of the Cross Florida Greenway.

The park is a major trailhead to the paved Withlacoochee Bay Trail running five miles from the park to the Gulf of Mexico, and to the Cross Florida Greenway that extends to the east. A large paved parking area is available as well as public restrooms, picnic pavilions and a children's playground.

Located just east of the park is Phil's Lake - named for Phil Felburn who is the founder of the Felburn Foundation. The lake is a former limerock mining pit that is now a freshwater lake available for fishing and kayaking. In addition to the paved trail, there are several miles of natural surface trails in the area, including a loop trail around Phil's Lake.

Just to the west of the park is a paved boatramp that provides access to the Cross Florida Barge Canal for motorboats, kayaks or canoes. Continuing west from that location, a gravel access road continues along side the paved multi-use Withlacoochee Bay Trail. Just west of the U.S. 19 overpass, there is additional boat trailer parking, as well as parking for horse trailers. Horseback riding is allowed on the unpaved road and other trails in that area.
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