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You can hop on the trail here or if you did not bring a bike, you can drive to Killarney (about 4 miles away which is where the trail officially begins) and rent a bike, tandem or roller blades. Unfortunately, the friendy guy at the bike shop in the station does not open until 11:00 which means that you will be biking during the hotest part of the day. We started at Killarney and had some nice pastries and coffee purchased from the corner bakery. We rode out to mile post 10 before turning around to head back. We again stopped in Winter Garden and had a late lunch at Downtown Browns Diner. There is a nature preserve that you can stop at right on the trail between Winter Park and Killarney.
Updated Jun 1, 2006
Address: Plant Street
This diner/ice cream/coffee shop is visible from the Rail Trail. The decor is straight out of the 60's. I declined the soup special because I was hot from being outside but my wife had the cream of asparagus special and it was excellent. They seem to have a team approach to serving customers. One waitress will take your order, another will bring it to you, another will bring the drinks and a 4th will offer refills.
Written Jun 1, 2006
Address: 126 W Plant Street