“A great challenging track for the flat desert that will advance your bike handling skills.”
— Matthew Hinman
All the trails are in close proximity with a covered patio area to hang out.
Must be a PBBA member for access. Scan code/website at the front gate to pay online before use. Only $25/year per person for access. Helmets must be worn by all riders.
It's great to have some off-road areas to ride in the west Texas flat desert!
Need to Know
Membership is required. Helmets are required.
West Texas is known to be flat. The PBBA and City of Odessa did a great job utilizing two caliche pits to create a great place to ride. This ride is made up of the Green Trail
loop of 3-4 miles which is for beginners and the Blue Trail
loop that combines around 9 miles of trail (in total). For more advanced riding, there are some Red/Black "expert" trails which can add some more miles.
This 95-acre park features additional expert trails to total about 11 miles of desert riding. Newly installed bridges, berms, drops, and other features make this park a great place to ride. Another nice addition is the teeter-totter toward the end of the trails near the pavilion. Hard ground with rocky spots here and there make this ride typical of desert riding, with some significant challenges along the way for Blue and Red trail riders.
Watch out in the active months for rattlesnakes (generally they keep to themselves), but you may see some crossing the trails in search of food. Rabbits, foxes, and ground squirrels abound in this area so it can be a rich feeding ground.
Time trials and challenges are held throughout the year at this park. The PBBA's website
can provide current information, or visit them on their Facebook page
and groups or on Instagram.
History & Background
Former quarry pit donated by the City of Odessa for use by the Permian Basin Bicycle Association.