Dyer Park Trail is a 2.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near West Palm Beach, Florida that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Condensed woodsy trail outlining the park. Good for bikes and walks. Good outside paved walkway for bikers and walkers. Good parking. Bathrooms available before walking/biking. Big lagoon too
Great use of the land space.
The way I like to ride it is warm up on the flat 4 mile perimeter trail, a lap in the 4 mile tight and twisty singletrack around the perimeter then a lap of the 2.6 mile hill singletrack.
The hill is shellrock while the perimeter singletrack is dirt with some palmetto roots that are very slick when wet.
I've been riding there for the last 6 weeks. Great park with a few choices of how you wanna ride your bike. Good for kids and wife too.
On the other hand, the single track is great for training. Reserve your tank on the first two laps or you will lose your lunch.
Very technical trail you have to be your your A game, this courses is for an intermediate rider. Because of the roots on this trail I recommend a full suspension bike. And if you ride with a hardtail you better know what you are doing.
Very nice and fun trail at the bottom of the landfill. The trail around the landfill is a workout!
Very fun trail, the "hill" trail is a certified ass kicker. it's great for an aerobic workout. all ups and downs and switchbacks, fairly nicely maintained. the perimeter trail, a fun,easy ride. A few rooty sections, but are still manageable. a fun free-ride section after a good rain.