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A.D. Barnes State Park

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The "Trail from Hell"... When I first entered this park, I swore I must of died and gone to hell! Once you enter "El camino de fuego hacia el diablo", you wonder if Satan himself designed this course. If you''re in a hurry to meet him, check this place out!! You first must race through the "tar pits" that strecth for about half a mile - 6" wide dirt trail with vomit/piss pits on both sides! Watch out for wild beasts though! You get the Carnelius Maximus bear that comes out of no where - dog looking thing I tell ya. The park rangers Robert Garcia and Evelio Vega, along with their trusty side kicks Daniel Reyes and Sammy the Cheetah will guide you along the dark forest - kinda seems like a Roach motel - you the roach check in but you''re sure as heck not checking out! Be weary of the bridge that crosses the lake of phlegm, one slip and your $3,000.00 bike is down the drain!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Latitude
25.759544
Longitude
-80.414925
Trail Directions
Take the 836 (Dolphin) Expressway west until you reach the Turnpike - exit on S.W. 8th street heading west. Hang a left on 132nd Avenue and steer a right on your second right, 9th Lane. Follow the death path to your left and look for "The white vovlo area"
Trail Length
5 Miles
Trail Level
Extreme
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Miami
State/Territory/Province
Miami-Dade
Zip/Postal Code
33174
Country
U.S.A.
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Review Date
May 8, 2005

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Reviewed by: Fay ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
Someone has gotten the information wrong. I went looking last weekend and there is no biking trail at A.D. Barnes Park. First, the directions is completely incorrect. The directions lead to a residential neighborhood with townhomes and apartments. Secondly, A.D. Barnes park is the usual family park. It has a new paved walking trail, NOT a biking trail. Please fix the posting for trails in Florida.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Emelia Earhardt park has done more work and added new sections to the trail. Good for a cardio burn.



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