The newest trail in the Tyler area, this trail is quickly becoming a favorite for many riders. This trail features 15 miles of singletrack and is probably the best flowing trail in East Texas. You can ride most of the trail without ever needing to touch the brakes. The trail is much wider than Faulkner Park
, allowing for smoother passing opportunities with other riders. The trail was built wide enough to fit a 4-wheeler, although motorized vehicles are not permitted.
This trail will test descending skills, climbing skills, high speed cornering, and sand riding skills. Trail conditions are generally dry although the B Loop
tends to hold water longer after a rain storm. There is a cut-through to skip the wet section of the B Loop
if it is too wet to ride. The cut through is just before the first field crossing that goes under the power lines. When taking the cut through make sure to go left. Conditions also tend to be sandy in several places including some tight corners. Take caution on the 35mph downhill as there is sometimes sand at the bottom just at the fastest point of the descent.
Updated trail features: Since May 2017, we have added an additional 5 miles of switchbacks and additional trail making the overall length 15.1 miles. Most of the additions were on D loop and the new trail is sort of tight in places. There are marked exits in case you need to cut your ride short. Be sure to bring plenty of water during the summer months.