“Mostly flat terrain with a hard-packed surface and great views of the Eagle Point Lake.”
— matt pekuri
Bikes are only allowed in the summer. $5 parking or annual pass. Be sure to yield to horses and hikers.
From the Eagle Point Trailhead, head to the NW corner of the parking lot by the trail sign. To continue on this loop, stick to the left at each trail intersection. This is the most traveled loop of the trail system and basically features a twin set of singletrack the entire length. This is also the inner most loop, so if you're looking for a quick, shorter ride, this is the loop to take. The last segment of the trail before it ends back at the trailhead includes a sandy surface. The lake used to be bigger, so what you're essentially riding on is the old sandy lake bottom.