Campbell Connector

400 Tram Rd
Tallahassee FL 32305
(850) 891-0000

The Campbell Connector path is beloved by everyone who uses it. Spanning for 1.1 miles, this paved path runs from the Gaile Avenue/Monroe Street intersection past Meridian and along Lingren, and ends at Paul Russell Road near the crosswalk at Jack McLean Jr. Community Center. The trail is often shared among hikers, bicyclists, equestrians, and other non-motorized users. It is most frequently utilized by those living in near by neighborhoods, not only as a means of exercise but also as a way to connect them with areas east of Woodville Highway and North of Capitol Circle SE to existing Campbell Pond City Park.

Featured Uses: Hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. Leashed dogs are permitted.

Access: Gaile Avenue/Monroe Street Intersection

Amenities: Ponds, benches and bridges.

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ACTIVITIES
Hiking
Running
Walking
SURFACE
Paved
LEVEL
Easy

The Campbell Connector path is beloved by everyone who uses it. Spanning for 1.1 miles, this paved path runs from the Gaile Avenue/Monroe Street intersection past Meridian and along Lingren, and ends at Paul Russell Road near the crosswalk at Jack McLean Jr. Community Center. The trail is often shared among hikers, bicyclists, equestrians, and other non-motorized users. It is most frequently utilized by those living in near by neighborhoods, not only as a means of exercise but also as a way to connect them with areas east of Woodville Highway and North of Capitol Circle SE to existing Campbell Pond City Park.

Featured Uses: Hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. Leashed dogs are permitted.

Access: Gaile Avenue/Monroe Street Intersection

Amenities: Ponds, benches and bridges.

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