North of Palm Beach and southwest of Fort Pierce, the Fort Pierce Bike Trail is a hardpacked five mile mountain bike singletrack. It can be somewhat muddy during the rainy season (July & August).
The Fort Pierce Trail is on a conservation easement of the South Florida Water Management District. At the current time St. Lucie County Officials and S.F.W.M.D. Officials are working at making this a permanent part of the St. Lucie County Parks System.
To reach the Fort Pierce Bike Trail from US95, use Exit #129 for Okeechobee Road southwest of Fort Pierce. Head west on Okeechobee Road (SR70) for about a half mile. Just before SR713 (S. Kings Highway), turn left heading south on the dirt road to the trailhead sign.