The Power Line Trailhead into Pellicer Creek Conservation Area sends you into about 6 miles of trails that are mostly used for horseback riding, but serve some nice hiking opportunities as well. This trail head is only about one half of a mile from Pellicer Pond: one quarter mile east on Old Kings Road, a left, and one quarter mile down Princess Place Road (on your way to Princess Place Preserve) and hard to miss on your left.
There are two trails, a red and a white trail, each clearly marked. The pictures below depict my 3 mile route, taking the white trail along the cleared power line area that soon deviates into the woods. Emerging back onto the the cleared power line area, I doubled back just twenty yards or so to cross the small, wooden bridge pictured above with a nice dog owned by some horseback riders I met. Very soon after turn right, where the white trail continues over some soft "sugar sand" that can give you a decent workout to walk or run through. Following this, I took the land bridge you will see over the highway, I-95. Shortly after this bridge, you can continue into the Florida Agricultural Museum.