Come Ride with Me - Palm Beach County Bike Trails
Palm Beach County is home to some of the most enjoyable bicycle trails in the South Florida. There are a few that are family friendly which kids of all ages can enjoy.
Cypress Creek Natural Area in Jupiter offers a nice scenic path along the boardwalks overlooking the ecological area. In addition to the bike trails, there is also a few “foot traffic only” trails where you can explore. The trials are roughly 2 miles in length and located at the end at Mack Dairy Road.
Lake Trail situated along the Intracoastal Waterway extends the picture-perfect scenery of the historic Palm Beach homes and a peek of downtown West Palm Beach from across the water. The trail is easy to follow. Some areas of the bike trail cross with intersections in residential areas with little traffic. Along the trail, you can stop at the historic section of Worth Avenue and Henry Flagler Museum. Both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many shops and restaurants are located just off the trail if you would like to stop for food and drinks. Access to the bike trail is located across Royal Poinciana Way near the water’s edge.
Riverbend Park is another trail system in Jupiter which features intersections across the parks 680 acres of land. Both hikers and cyclists share a path made up of hard-packed shells. The paths are not paved but are even enough for road bikes and mountains bikes to journey. The winding trails can be perplexing however it’s hard to get lost in Riverbend. In addition to the trails, the park offers kayaking and picnic areas.
The Dyer Perimeter in West Palm Beach is a challenging 4.7-mile off-road trail. Dyer is often used for training practice for more difficult routes. The park offers more difficult single-track trails which contain obstacles such as fallen tree trunks and branches. Dyer Park also has picnic facilities, sporting fields, green space, and playgrounds to enjoy while at the park.