The park is closed from 11pm to 6am.
One Way Only:
This is designated as a directional trail.
6.5 miles of singletrack that skirts around Bacon Creek pond in one loop. The trail climbs and descends the valleys of the drainage with roughly 700 feet of climbing.
As you enter the park, continue to the first parking area on the left by the Dog park. Go back towards the entrance and the trail is on the left hand side toward the east. Vandals keep stealing the main trailhead sign so look for a post marker. Continue on as the first section is the most technical with a big compression dip that you need to carry your speed on.
After you pass the dog park come go across the open prairie and into more technical singletrack, another short field then you get our on the pavement for a bit. Take a left and follow the pavement for a few seconds, but look for this to change in the future as a new section is planed for the future. Once you climb up through some red rocks continue along for a a half mile or so then out on to the pavement again and go right across the bridge.
Follow pavement for 50 feet to the next section of singletrack on the right. It goes up and continues for several miles with lots of ups and downs as most of the climbing is here in the west side. After a long climb through the prairie, you are out on the pavement again for a few seconds before continuing on the last part again on the right, another twisty climb and then a long grassy decent and back up towards the entrance.
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