Map of bike paths / walking paths in Palm Beach, FL


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Palm Beach, Florida

Palm Beach, Florida

Palm Beach, Florida

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Blue Gill Trail

Carlin Park Trail

Dreher Park Trail

Dyer Park Trail

Federal Highway Multi-Use Path

Flagler Waterfront Walking Path

John Prince Park Trail

Jonathan Dickenson State Park Trail

Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail

North Lake Trail

Peanut Island Trail

Riverbend Park Trail


Boca Raton


Regional Trails

Palm Beach is located along the Atlantic Ocean in southern Florida, about 75 miles north of Miami. This area is also directly east of Lake Okeechobee. Other communities in this area include West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Juno Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Riviera Beach and Lake Worth.

Blue Gill Trail

The Blue Gill Trail is a 7.8-mile long unpaved pathway located in Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.The trail is located to the south of Riverbend Park on W. Indiantown Road. The trail connects to the trails within Riverbend Park, then it follows alongside Hungryland Slough Canal to Northlake Boulevard.

The trail is located to the east of the Loxahatchee Slough Natural area and goes past golf courses and residential neighborhoods.

Read more about the Blue Gill Trail

Flagler Waterfront Walking Path

Flagler Waterfront Walking Park is a continuous linear park with a 7-mile long paved pathway. The route spans between Currie Park in the north to Summa Beach Park in the south end of the West Palm Beach. The trail goes past the Palm Beach Maritime Museum, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Flagler Park, Palm Haarbor Marina, the Meyer Amphitheater, Palm Beach Atlantic University, the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, and the Villa Medina Historic Reservation.

The trail connects to the pedestrian pathways for the bridges that span the lake and allow a connection to the Palm Beach Lake Trail that extends along the west side of the island of Palm Beach.

Palm Beach Lake Trail & South Lake Trail

The Palm Beach Lake Trail is a 3-mile long public paved pathway that is located along the shores of the lake on the western edge of the barrier island. The trail is located to the north of Flagler Memorial Bridge and extends north to Reef Road. The South Lake Trail is located south of the Flagler Memoral Bridge and spans between the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum and Peruvian Avenue. The trails can be reached from West Palm Beach via the pedestrian walkway on the Flagler Memorial Bridge and the Royal Park Bridge.

The trails are open for walking and bike riding and go past some of the most exclusive real estate in Florida as well as offering beautiful views of the marinas and the skyline of the opposite shore of the lake.

Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail

The Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail is a paved and unpaved pathway that encircles Lake Okeechobie in Southern Florida. The lake is located to the west of West Palm Beach. The trail around the lake has paved and unpaved sections. The route is located along the dam and is higher than the surrounding area allowing for views across the large lake. There are picnic areas and camping at the lake and a number of small communities with restaurants and other attractions. The trail takes you past the many locks that control water flow into the lake.

Lake Okeechobee is a 451,000 acre lake that connects to Caloosahatchee River that leads to Fort Meyers on the Gulf Coast and the St. Lucie Canal that leads to Stuart on the Atlantic Coast. The trail around the lake provides an opportunity to view the native birds and wildlife of Southern Florida as well as the local aquatic plant life.

The Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail is a section of the Florida Trail, also known as the Florida National Scenic Trail.

Read more about the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail

John Prince Park

John Prince Park is a large park wrapped around Lake Osborne in the community of Lake Worth. There are over 6 miles of paved walking paths within the park that follow the shores of the lake. the trails go past piers, picnic areas, restrooms, athletic fields, tennis courts and playgrounds.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about Palm Beach, Florida.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Florida

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Florida.

Click here for a map of Florida's Regional Recreational Trails