Lake Underhill Path
The Lake Underhill Path is located three miles east of downtown Orlando adjacent to the Orlando Executive Airport.
The trail is twelve feet wide with a loop around Lake Underhill. The Lake Underhill Path provides a direct connection to six parks within the city’s parks network, from Festival Park to the Park of the Americas, while also providing access to various restaurants, retail, and employment centers such as Bumby Plaza and the Orlando Executive Airport.
- Part of the Orlando Fitness Trail System, multiple fitness stations along the south side of Lake Underhill.
- Boat ramps provide opportunities for fishing on the lake, and bird watchers have the opportunity to observe a multitude of wildlife.
- Small aircraft, private jets and helicopters can be viewed taking off from and landing at Orlando Executive Airport.
- Dover Shores East
- East Central Park
- Lake Underhill
- The Dovers
Number of Bicyclists/Pedestrians on the Lake Underhill Path:
Count period: April 19, 2019 - October 21, 2019
Average Daily Ridership: 671
Average Weekday Traffic: 667
Average Weekend Traffic: 682
Weekly Average: 4,699
Monthly Average: 20,434
A bicycle and pedestrian counter is located at the eastern portion of the path near the ramp over Lake Underhill. The counts only reflect the users that walked/biked in front of the counting device.
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Please note: There is a section of the path that loops around Lake Underhill where bikes are prohibited, as shown in the photo above.
Cyclists can stay on Lake Underhill, riding around the perimeter of the lake rather than taking the loop near the 408 which is a walking path. The walking path starts near the parking lot of Lake Underhill Park and ends at the intersection of Lake Underhill Road and Anderson Street.