We rented bikes at the Santos Bike Shop, which is adjacent to trail access and a great place to try out suspension trail bikes. Scenery is beautiful. The trails and ramps, etc. were in amazingly good shape and work is performed by volunteers. This was our first time and there are plenty of yellow trails for beginners, as well as... 更多
For bikers or hikers. Lots of shade and some great trails. Be careful of which bike trails you choose. Some are a bit rough and for bikes made to take the roots and rocks. But very much fun. When I went there were horseflesh. And they sure BITE.
This is one of those places distant visitors like me plan to visit not really knowing how it will turn out. This is one of those rare times when a place exceeded my expectations. Santos comes highly recommended in the Mountain Biking community and I can say it is well deserved. In fact, I think Santos is a Florida Natural... 更多
Had a little family outing here for a couple of days and in my opinion this kind of place is what we need a lot more of. Skip the theme parks and take your family to Santos for some real outdoor exercise and experiences. There are trails to hike on and trails to bike on and all of them are... 更多
What is better then something that gets us all UP and Active and we ALL enjoy?! Whether you own your own bike or rent a nice one from the bike store that enters onto the trails, you will enjoy it. There are easy trails for a slow speed ride. Or, obstacles and more intense trails for all out sport and... 更多
There are amazing trails here- something for everyone- choose from yellow, blue, or red- plenty of "tricks" here and beautiful, peaceful scenery. Trails are extremely well maintained by a large team of volunteers. You'll never tire of these trails. Also, dedicated mountain biking, hiking and horse trails.
Went to the Fat tire festival at Santos which was well organized and very family friendly. It was nice to see so many families with small children on bikes.
This was a really great place to ride and camp in the campground. The trails were very wooded and the section to practice jumps and skills was great. The blues are kind of tame and the reds have too many rocks for the intermediate little guys.
It's been awhile since I've been to these trails. there is normally not very many people walking on the Paths which i think is one of the perks. there was significant debris and some overgrowth that can be a bit cumbersome. If you can keep quiet you might see owls, Hawks, deer, and snakes.