Bicentennial Park Multiuse Trail

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6.9 Miles 11.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

488' 149 m

Ascent

-488' -149 m

Descent

1,257' 383 m

High

1,127' 344 m

Low

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

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The best singletrack in Neosho or Newton County.

Jeff Chase

Overview

Family Friendly: A nice, scenic trail.

Description

This is a shared trail used by horseback riders, but it is very nice. Start from the North end of the parking lot, follow the little arrow trail markers. You'll pass some old buildings and foundations which are remnants of the Fort Crowder days of WWII. After almost 7 miles you'll finish on the South side of the parking area near the bathroom.

Driving Directions:
In Neosho at the junction of Business 71 and Highway 59/60, take 59/60 east to Oak Ridge Extension, then south to Burr Crossing Road, then east to Landis Road. Continue east on Landis to Doniphan Drive, then south to area parking lots.

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Jan 24, 2016
Jeff Chase
Very muddy today — 1h 03m
Jan 13, 2016
Aaron Wilcox
Jan 3, 2016
Jeff Chase
Pretty muddy and rocky due to recent flooding in area. 6.9mi — 59h 00m

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Minor Issues 33 days ago
Mostly Dry, Fallen Trees
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Great trail, with a little TLC this could be an outstanding area! With Crowder close by plenty of room to expand. Jan 15, 2016


We are working on it. Jan 17, 2016


This trail is complete crap. Multiple fallen trees and tons of over growth. Poorly marked. Terrible experience there. The worst I have ridden yet. Nov 26, 2016


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