June 18, 2015
This is trail system is in great shape and well marked that you do not need to worry about direction. The trail consists of mostly repurposed shell material but that doesn't mean you will not find some deep pockets of sand and of course, at the most inopportune time! Also, there are roots in some of the trails that are multiple 5" to 6" in diameter that must be traversed with no bypass. Plus, access to the trails is when the park opens at 0800 with a $4.00 entrance fee. In the parking area, there is a compost toilet and a outside changing area beside the toilet. Check out Gator Hole!
August 16, 2015
The review from simguy160 was a good review of Jonathan Dickinson State Park trails, not the Fort Pierce trail. No 8:00 opening, gator hole, or shell rock at the Fort, but since the trail is on private property, you must be a member of Airborne MTB club to ride. Ft. Pierce is an intermediate trail and not for beginners. Lots of ups and downs, roots, sharp switchbacks. Completely shaded, but does get muddy in the rainy (summer) season. This is great trail to ride when it is dry, and head to JDSP trails when it gets wet, as that trail is better after a good rain.
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