Historic Jupiter Indiantown Nature Trail

The Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail was built along an old road used from the turn of the century to the late 1950’s for travel between Jupiter and Indiantown. The trail accommodates hiking, bicycling, and equestrian activities. It is located in the Northeast Everglades Natural Area (NENA), which is a collection of conservation lands (165,000-acres) as well as activity and educational centers lying in northern Palm Beach County and southern Martin County. NENA provides residents and visitors with a wide array of nature-based outdoor recreational opportunities. The Historic Jupiter-Indiantown Trail is a 16.5 mile multi-use trail located between Riverbend Park in Jupiter and the St. Lucie Canal in Indiantown. It offers backcountry multi-user access to three conservation lands and visitor facilities: Riverbend Park, Cypress Creek Natural Area, and Jones Hungryland Wildlife and Environmental Area. 

Project partners included: Palm Beach County, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Martin County, and Florida Department of Transportation through the Florida Stimulus Scenic Enhancement Fund. 

GFA Services
  • GFA provided engineering field technicians and a certified laboratory to complete construction materials testing services for all soil, aggregate, and concrete material used for the project. 
  • GFA provided geotechnical engineering support during construction activities.