Equestrian Trails


Return to Amenities A-Z 




Jim Brandon Equestrian Center at Okeeheelee Park
7500 Forest Hill Boulevard, West Palm Beach
Located on Forest Hill Boulevard, just east of the Florida Turnpike overpass.


Permits are no longer required. The equestrian rings are open for events and the horse trails are available for equestrian use only. We do have trails master-planned for hiking and biking on the property, but are not permitting these activities on the equestrian trails for security and safety reasons. Until these trails are developed, we encourage you to travel across the street to the main park and utilize over seven miles of bike path, the heart/fitness trail, or the cross country course.


Other Palm Beach County-operated Equestrian Trails


Loxahatchee Groves Park
13901 Southern Boulevard, Loxahatchee Groves
Located between E Road and F Road on the north side of Southern Boulevard.

  • One mile of scenic trail
  • Parking areas large enough to accommodate horse trailers and their towing vehicles
  • Open seven days a week; sunrise to sunset
  • Trail Map

Riverbend Park
9060 Indiantown Road, Jupiter
Located west of Jupiter, on the south side of Indiantown Road, about one mile west of Florida's Turnpike. 

  • Nearly 7 miles of equestrian trails
  • Open every day at sunrise; visitors must be off all trails no later than one hour prior to sunset
  • Equestrian Parking is available at the park. All vehicles and trailers must be out of the parking area when the park closes.
  • ​ Trail Map​

West Delray Regional Park
10875 Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach
Located at the western end of Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach.