SHINGLE CREEK REGIONAL TRAIL - TOHO VISTA
Our desire to create natural getaways is what drives our passion for the Shingle Creek Regional Trail project. Once completed, this massive trail system will not only surround much of the City of Kissimmee, but it will connect with trail systems in Osceola County, Orange County, and the City of Orlando.
The first phase of the Shingle Creek Regional Trail opened in November 2016 and spanned from Hoagland Boulevard (near the Kissimmee Gateway Airport), through Shingle Creek Regional Park, and up towards the Pioneer Village, about a mile and a half north of Vine Street (U.S. Highway 192).
Recently, the Arrow Ridge Phase of the project wrapped up and connects the previous end point near Pioneer Village with another portion of the Shingle Creek Regional Trail that was already completed behind the Tapestry development.
The new 1,800-foot section features one bike rack, two rest shelters, and two picnic tables. What really makes this portion of the trail special is that it will run directly through the thick forest area that runs along Shingle Creek, creating another area for nature lovers to escape to.
Update: June 19, 2019
The Toho Vista segment of Shingle Creek Regional Trail is over 70% complete with much of the concrete already poured. Our teams are working to complete the concrete trail and are also moving towards laying sod and preparing for trail signage.
Update: July 24, 2019
Shingle Creek Regional Trail - Toho Vista Update: Nearly 90% of all concrete has been laid along the new trail segment and the bridge over Shingle Creek is fully installed.
Update: December 4, 2019
100% of concrete has been installed and crews are working on the tie in to the Toho Bend segment of the trail. The final step will be to install signage.