Ben Geren Mountain Bike Trail System
ElevationAscent: 857' 261 m
Descent: -859' -262 m
High: 638' 194 m
Low: 425' 129 m
GradeAvg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 13% (7°)
Current trail conditions
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“A diverse, local mountain bike system with rocks, climbs, and open spaces; a little bit of everything.”— gunnar wright
Family Friendly This park has disc golf close by and lots of open areas, along with a nice, paved trail to walk on, which is great for a multi-sport outing for the whole family.
Start out on the Beaver Dam Trail to warm up before hitting Hobo Hill. After a lung-busting climb, you'll find yourself on the Parker Loop. Take this rolling route for a spin. At the end of this loop, cross the trail to make your way to the Pond Bank Loop. Take this trail around to Elvis, where you'll interrupt this trail with a quick lap on the Playground. Once you're back on Elvis, continue around until you reach Massard Road. From here, you'll cross from the western portion of the park to the northeastern portion of the park.
Hop on the Ben Geren Paved Path, and head north. At the first intersection, take a left on Zippidee Doo Dah, and enjoy this curving trail. You'll loop north, then south, then north again, before catching the Ben Geren Paved Path and continuing northeast. From here, enjoy an out and back route on Flo-N-Go. On your return trip to the main park area, be sure to hit up Gravity Fed for a few thrills along the way!
From there, ride the Ben Geren Paved Path back to Massard Road and then hang a right, heading for Roller Coaster. This fun, easier trail will spit you out near Wild Hog Tracks, which you'll enjoy all the way back to the Ben Geren Paved Path, and the parking area where you started!
The park has normal park amenities including parking, restrooms, ball fields etc. Watch for disc golfers on the lower part of the park near the trailhead.
Land Manager: Sebastian County Parks