Where to Go Biking in the Palm Beaches | Waterfront Properties

Gerald Lombardo
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Biking is a perfect outdoor activity for those trying to maintain their social distance while still getting exercise and enjoying the great outdoors. Thankfully, Palm Beach County has some of the best biking trails in all of South Florida.

The Hill

The Hill in West Palm Beach is one of the few actual hills in South Florida where you can bike some steep inclines to test your endurance. The bike path is made out of crushed shell rock and is approximately 2.4 miles long and about 2 feet wide. Even though you will ride through native forests, most of the trail is exposed to the sun, so wear appropriate clothing and apply sunblock.

  • When: Everyday, sunrise to sunset.
  • Where: 7301 Haverhill Road West Palm Beach, Florida 33412
  • Cost: Free

Riverbend Park

Riverbend Park covers over 600 acres of natural, untouched South Florida land. The park has a couple of compacted shell-rock trails that intertwine through historic landmarks and pristine Florida lands. Also, if you don’t want to bike there are 7 miles of equestrian trails or 5 miles of waterways.

  • When: Everyday from 6am to 7pm
  • Where: 9060 Indiantown Road, Jupiter, Florida 33478
  • Cost: Free

West Delray Trail

If you’re more into scenery and wildlife than the West Delray Trail is right for you. This trail is a really pretty ride through canopied tropics, lakes, and swampland inside West Delray Regional Park. It’s also fun because it has many technical elements such as turns, rocks, mounds and tree branches. There is a variety of wildlife including squirrels, birds, butterflies, and lots of bugs as well, so wear repellent.

  • When: Every day from Sunrise - Sunset
  • Where: 10875 Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach
  • Cost: Free

Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park is the perfect place to gain a true understanding of and appreciation for Florida’s natural ecosystem while biking. The park contains 165,000 acres of natural parklands and three versatile trails. The trails, referred to as, Historic Jupiter-Indiantown, Bluegill, and Pântano are open to the public.

  • When: All day, every day
  • Cost: Free

Bluegill Trail

The Bluegill Trail is a 9-mile multiuse area located along the east side of C-18 Canal. The trail offers offers access to four conservation lands and includes: Loxahatchee Slough Natural Area, Grassy Waters Preserve, Karen T. Marcus Sandhill Crane Access Park, Riverbend Park

  • When: All day, every day
  • Where: Unnamed Road 33418, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
  • Cost: Free

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