Explore the most popular trails in Loxahatchee River Bend Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Super kid friendly trail. Saw a baby dear. ❤️

road biking
2 months ago

Peaceful and beautiful, natural and untouched a relaxing ride or a day to spend with nature.

Nice shade. Some wildlife. Great place to walk alone felt very safe and well used trails.

The best I’ve went to so far.Many trails to chose from and saw at least 8 deers.Very huge and surrounded by nature and wildlife.A nice challenge!

mountain biking
6 months ago

Relaxing peaceful ride with some amazing views of wildlife and nature.

Saw beautiful trails, fish, and bodies of water. Will be back to canoe/kayak!

a good amount of shaded trail. saw wildlife! not a lot of people but not completely empty either. good for a first time hiker

Beautiful area lots of trails. You can walk or ride bikes

Can ride a trail bike or walk

Huge park, saw 2 deer on the trail

on The Loxahatchee River Trail

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Beautiful trail

The park is huge, make sure to bring some water.

mountain biking
Sunday, January 01, 2017

Very beautiful saw wildlife including deer

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Easy! Peaceful! Pleasant! Quiet! Great to picnic along the way. You may encounter deer like we did. Keep in mind there are no trash receptacles or bathrooms.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Great walking trail that is basically shaded by trees. Maps posted along trails for positional reference.

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Awesome amount of shaded trail. I saw deer, squirrels, and heard lots of birds. I was walking between 10am and 12 so I am sure earlier in the day would have revealed more animals.

Friday, March 13, 2015

An easy walk through both shaded and sunny areas. rivers, lakes, sloughs, swampy areas, fields and dense brush makes walking more interesting. Abundant wildlife visible including birds of prey, egrets, turkeys, blue jays, anoles (2 varieties) and insects including many mosquitoes. (Bring bug repellant!) No alligators visible although I was told hat they were present. I did hear a number of woodpeckers, but I could not stand still long enough to locate them. (Had to run from the mosquitoes as I did not have bug repellant.) Trails through swampy areas were raised and covered with crushed shells so your feet remained dry. Note, According to an employee, the park is approximately 1.25 miles long by .75 miles wide and it contained 12 miles of trails. There were many loops so one could walk as short or as long as one wanted and at most be 1.25 miles from the entrance.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Great trails for walking or biking. Trails go through varied environments and include paved, crushed shell and grass trails. Good signage to ensure no one gets lost. Trails are very well maintained. I was very impressed with this park and will definitely be coming back multiple times.
Bikes, canoes and kayaks can be rented at a concession at the park entrance..

paddle sports
Friday, June 06, 2014

Fun trip, top half(to second dam) fairly easy to moderate, second dam to Trapper Nelson's requires more skill, Trapper Nelson's to Jonathan Dickinson Park wide open and easy unless you get strong winds. Figure 5-6 hours unless you like to stop a lot. Abundant wildlife, especially turtles. Before Trapper Nelson's is narrow with switchbacks and possible strong currents, 12 foot kayak or bigger requires more skill level.

paddle sports
Sunday, March 30, 2014

Best kayaking trip ever. Im always looking for new places to hike/ kayak and this river is amazing.

paddle sports
Monday, January 28, 2013

Rented Canoes and put in at the park of of Indian town rd. and down the river to the Tanah Keeta Scout Camp. Need to get an early start and check the tides could be a all day event. Stop at the trappers outpost for a tour and to eat lunch. Goes from small to large river as you get down stream. Some large gators down stream, abundant wildlife.

paddle sports
Saturday, July 30, 2011

This is a great site. Put in at Riverbend Park just west of the turnpike on Indian Town Road. Most of tehhtime we go to the second dam and then kayak back upstream. You can rent kayaaks or canoes at the park. Enjoy and hope to see you on the water/

trail running
2 months ago

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