Experiences & Amenities
Species of both fresh and saltwater fish can be caught on the downstream side of the Inglis Bypass Spillway, which is connected to the Lower Withlacoochee River and the Gulf of Mexico. Species caught include snook and tarpon.
Geocaching is an outdoor game using hand-held global positioning systems (GPS) devices. It's effectively an inexpensive, interactive, high-tech treasure hunt that's a great way to learn geography. Participants use location coordinates to find caches. Some caches are easy to find; others are more difficult.
The biggest reward is the thrill of the search and the discovery of a place where you have never been. Geocaching should have minimal impact to the environment and conscientious land-use ethics should be followed.
- Numerous geocaches have been placed all along the Cross Florida Greenway. Locations are available via the various geocaching websites available online.
Off-road cyclists can utilize the mowed grass trails that run east and west from the Inglis Bypass Recreation Area along the Bypass Canal and the Cross Florida Barge Canal.
- Helmets are recommended for all cyclists on our trails. Florida law requires helmets for cyclists age 16 and under.
Pets are welcome at Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway. All pets must be on a hand-held, 6-foot leash at all times. Pets may not be left unattended.
- Pet owners must pick up after their pets and properly dispose of all pet droppings in trash receptacles.
- Service animals are allowed in all areas of the park.
- See our Pet Policy.