Lake Trail, Palm Beach (Trail of Conspicuous Consumption) is a 9.2 mile out and back trail located near Palm Beach, Florida and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for trail running, road biking, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round.
Great for a walk or a bike ride. I wouldn't say this path is for road biking due to the speed restrictions that are placed on bikes. The path is shared by cyclists and pedestrians. An easy walk or ride with beautiful views of the intercostal. Along the way there are some historical sites such as the Flagler Museum and the Pelican house. If you don't have a bike there and don't feel like walking you can rent a bike at one of the few bike rental shops on the island.
beatific long trail.
This trail is perfect for a nice walk or riding my bike. The view is just perfect. You get to see mansions, the Flagler Museum which is gorgeous, the intercostal and it's not too far from the beach.
Fun track. Not as demanding as some of the other local trails including Pinehurst, but covers more area. Probably not the toughest track you'll do but still great practice.