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.
Overall, Fort Pierce Bike Trail is the 52nd most popular mountain bike trail of all 58 mountain biking rides in Florida.