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When I returned home to support my widowed mother's fight with breast cancer in 2002, I reevaluated my life's journey and direction. Read more...

7 Views of Downtown St. Petersburg

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Experience the seven views from walkabout photographer, Robert Neff as they offer unique views of St. Petersburg, Florida. The postcard set or prints make a wonderful gift for the home or office. Read more...

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Pedestrian trail alongside Courtney Campbell Causeway

by Robert Neff


A new 4-mile span alongside the Courtney Campbell Causeway opened November 2013. This is a shared use path designed for bicycles, pedestrians, skateboarders and bikers. Fishing is not permitted on the bridge.

Each side of the span has two slopes separated by a flat area. This provide an opportunity to relax, lean against the rail and enjoy the clear water under the span. I saw several schools of fish and watched cormorants and pelicans diving for their dinner.

The views across Tampa Bay and of the Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg are spectacular and redefine the term "Panoramic!"

On this trip, I explored the trail from the Clearwater side. Next time, I will explore the Tampa-side of the span.


The sun was lighting up the new span while I was crossing the Bayside Bridge from St. Petersburg to Clearwater. You can't miss it!View from Bayside Bridge of Pedestrian trail alongside Courtney Campbell Causeway

Pedestrian trail alongside Courtney Campbell Causeway connects Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg, Florida. This view below is to the west toward Clearwater.Pedestrian trail alongside Courtney Campbell Causeway connectes Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg, Florida

The span has trail markers for the year built, 2013, and the bridge description, SR-60 Shared Use Path and number, No. 109801, where SR-60 is the abbreviation for State Route 60.Pedestrian trail markers - 2013 and Bridge No. 109801

View between the two bridges spanning Tampa BayThe two bridges side-by-side, auto and pedestrian.

The access road makes a sharp left!The one way access road turns to go under the bridge and exit on the other side.

The exit off the Courtney Campbell Causeway is one way. and there is parking available. The access road continues under the bridge and onto a narrow road. This will return you to the west bound lane - towards Clearwater. There is an exit off the Courtney Campbell Causeway is one way.

There is plenty of space for everyone!Bikers enjoy the uphill and downhill ramps of Pedestrian trail alongside Courtney Campbell Causeway


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