Starkey Park entrance

Jay B Starkey Park Trail (Southwest Pasco County)

10500 Wilderness Park Blvd, New Port Richey, FL 34655 (Parking Lot #10)

Trail Workday: Usually on the 3rd Saturday of each month. (see calendar)

Trail is under construction

Trail Boss Ron Zajac, RSVP to: trails at SWAMPClub dot org.

Guided rides: See ride calendar for event details.

Park entrance view   (Use Address link for driving directions)

Trail Map: Jay B Starkey Wilderness Park Trail Map (August 1, 2015)

Trail Rating (12 miles): 12.0 Easy, 0.0 Intermediate, and 0.0 Difficult

Facilities: Entrance Fee, Restrooms, Bike Wash, Day Use Area, Camping

Rain: RainĀ is extremely erosive to any trail, as is riding on a wet trail. However, most of this trail drains very well within 2 to 4 hours. Please avoid the short and very wet sections for at least 24 hours after heavy rain.

Status: SWFWMD State Lands, managed by Pasco County, open to the public. One entrance (fees apply).

Trail Workdays

SWAMP hosts Starkey workdays usually on the third Saturday of most months. (See calendar and Trail Building Tools)
For more information contact the Trail Boss Ron Zajac at: trails at SWAMPClub dot org

Directions to the parking lot

Click Directions in the "P" (Parking Lot 10) marker on the map for more information and directions. Click on the bicycle marks for some trail section names. (zoom in on the map [+] or click the link just below the map for a closer view)

Maintain Trails? Help Us!

We can use your help building these NEW trails. Trail work is more rewarding than you expect! Find out how you can help, send e-mail to Trails at SWAMPClub dot org.

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As of June 20, 2015, Jay B Starkey Park has 12 miles of single-track . This can be ridden as a 24 mile out and back, or riders can return via the paved trail making a full loop. There are several places along the trail where taking the pavement back allows for shorter loops. We are in the process of planning additional trail. Volunteer for a trail workday to help us build these trails!

This trail has been built and groomed by public volunteers and SWAMP Club members.

Please note: We can use your help building, maintaining and repairing the trails. Trail work is a learning experience and more fun than you expect. To find out how you can help, send e-mail to Trails at SWAMPClub dot org.

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