“All singletrack with lots of flow hills and plenty of rocks.
— Benjamin Andrews
Wait 4 hours after rain fall to ride. State Park trail pass required.
Great singletrack with a total of nine miles if all loops are taken. Short cuts for each loop is available if your endurance is not up to par.
There are 4 loops that connect to make one large loop approx. 8-8.5 Miles. Each loop has its own challenges and features to test your skill and endurance.
Please pay for your daily or annual trail pass! It supports these trails and allows you to keep using them.
When starting at the lower parking lot you'll begin on loop one which is the shortest of all four loops. It has good flow and is very enjoyable. When riding count the three big hills along the route, you'll definatly notice them. At the last hill you'll find the upper parking lot with both mens and womens rest rooms along with picknic tables. From there back to the beginning it is very fast and flowing finish.
Watch out for fallen trees as the state park personal don't always get out there right away. Many loose rocks on the trail so be prepared. The dirt is hard packed and easy to ride on.