Barley's Bike Rentals, Sales & Repair
169 Griffin Blvd., Panama City Beach, FL 32413         850-234-BIKE (2453)

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Gayle's Trails
Bike Trails on Panama City Beach
Pier Park (South)
Conservation Park
Gayle's Trails is located 1/2 mile from Barley's Bike Rentals, Sales and Repairs.  It is a 22 mile paved trail dedicated for bikes and pedestrians. The west end connects to Conservation Park.  At the north end there is a restaurant at the base of the West Bay bridge which overlooks the water.  The east end of the trail ends at Colony Club Subdivision. West Bay is a perfect place to have lunch while enjoying a beautiful view!! Come see our BIG MAP to see all trails!
Barley's is located 1 mile from both Conservation Park and 1/2 mile from Gayle's Trails. We provide parking so you can ride from our shop to the trails with minimal traffic.  Below are the local trails suitable for Cruisers, Hybrids, and Mountain Bikes.  Distances vary with each trail. We are the EXPERTS on the TRAILS! Come see us for advice on riding on the Beach or in Bay County.
This is very short paved trail in Pier Park (south) located behind the Military Memorial and Concert in the Park.
Conservation Park is located 1.1 miles west of Hwy. 79 on Griffin Blvd. in the Commerce Park development, CP is 1 mile north of Barley's Bike Shop and is the most popular trail for riders and walkers with distances ranging from 1.7 miles to 11.2 miles.  Hybrids and Mountain Bikes are suitable for all trails. The shorter trails are primarily single track with bridges, gravel, soft sand, roots and sometimes wet.  The outer trail is primarily crushed limestone, wide open can ride two abreast and enjoy the 10.2 mile loop. Water, Bathrooms and Maps available at the park entrance!

Watersound Trail: This is a five-mile long trail that currently is under construction for a new residential subdivision but does have access inside Conservation Park. Not easy to navigate with construction but it is an old logging road; it's flat and a good trek from the entrance of the Park. It ends at the northern portion of the Origins community with a small cafe and bathrooms at the clubhouse.

Ride north to West Bay Bridge and enjoy lunch with a fabulous view of the bay at B.F.E or  take a late afternoon ride and enjoy dinner at Boon Docks Restaurant with a water view.  This ride is approximately 10 miles each way for a total of 20 miles of cycling.  Both restaurants located under the West Bay Bridge.

Cruise down Gayle's Trails winding into Frank Brown Park which leads you to Pier Park North and South.  Many shops and restaurants to keep you busy for the day.  This ride is approximately 6 miles each way.