Osprey Trail at Honeymoon Island State Park

Dunedin, Florida

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This hike travels a Gulf Coast barrier island known for its birding and beaches. The Osprey Trail leads through the undeveloped north heart of the isle, passing under mature slash pines before curving along the mangrove shoreline on the Pelican Trail, where you can enjoy watery views. Bring your binoculars. This hike takes place on auto-accessible Honeymoon Island, a shoreline state park that allows quick escape from the hustle and bustle of Pinellas County. Honeymoon Island was once known as Hog Island before it became separated from Caladesi Island after a hurricane. These barrier islands are always shifting and are subject to not only changes from cataclysmic hurricanes but also the winds and waters that pound daily.

Osprey Trail at Honeymoon Island State Park Professional Review and Guide

"This hike travels a Gulf Coast barrier island known for its birding and beaches. The Osprey Trail leads through the undeveloped north heart of the isle, passing under mature slash pines before curving along the mangrove shoreline on the Pelican Trail, where you can enjoy watery views. Bring your binoculars.

This hike takes place on auto-accessible Honeymoon Island, a shoreline state park that allows quick escape from the hustle and bustle of Pinellas County. Honeymoon Island was once known as Hog Island before it became separated from Caladesi Island after a hurricane. These barrier islands are always shifting and are subject to not only changes from cataclysmic hurricanes but also the winds and waters that pound daily."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Dunedin
Distance: 2.3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours
Season: November through May
Local Maps: USGS Dunedin
Driving Directions: Directions to Osprey Trail at Honeymoon Island State Park

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May 2018