Fort Pierce (FTP)
ElevationAscent: 111' 34 m
Descent: -111' -34 m
High: 15' 5 m
Low: 4' 1 m
GradeAvg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 4% (2°)
Popular rides nearby
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Jonathan Dickinson State Park - MTB Trails
9.0 mi 14.5 km • Loop • 198 ft Ascent 60.41 m Ascent
“This shaded, flowing singletrack is a gem on the Treasure Coast.”— Travis Bailer
Electric Mountain Bikes Not Allowed
Trail is closed when wet.
New sections have opened and need riders to set it in. The trail direction is set depending on the day you ride so if you ride two days in a row it's like riding two different trails!
Gated, members-only access, but only $25 per year join atairborne-mtb.org. There is a porthole to get the gate code updates. Awesome trail and totally worth the fee, moneys go to trail maintenance and improvements. It get better every month. Dedicated workers and volunteers have made this one of the coolest trails around this area.
Need to Know
Just after the start is a ridge ending with a drop called Big Dipper. This feature and the subsequent Lil Dipper dogleg can be bypassed by following the sign prior to the ridge climb. From this point to the first I-95 underpass the trail parallels Ten Mile Creek and has a fast flowing character. This section has many citrus fruits, keep an eye out for them seasonally.
There are drops at both I-95 crossings followed by a more technical section leading to the Bay of Pigs which is accessed via the X-shaped plank structure on the right. Bay of Pigs is a technical loop which can be bypassed by continuing left and not crossing the wooden structure.
The trail meanders through some semi-technical turns and passes under I-95 four more times. There are a few more short features/sections that can be bypassed, including Four Bridges, all these sections are marked with signs. The Black Forest section is frequently closed due to wetness, closure will be indicated by logs, tape/flagging, and signs.
Near the end of the ride there is a relatively flat flow section of oak and saw palmetto leading in to a couple doglegs. Eventually you'll reach the exit trail as it borders the wire fence.
Local Club: Airborne MTB