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Pinehurst MTB Trail



4.1 mile 6.7 kilometer loop


Ascent: 165' 50 m
Descent: -172' -52 m
High: 61' 19 m
Low: 25' 8 m


Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 13% (7°)


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A singletrack that winds through trees and over natural obstacles such as logs and palmetto roots.

Gerry Kinnard

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

Family Friendly Advanced features and most log-overs have bypasses.

Helmets required.


This trail is a fun, tight singletrack with berms, drops, and log piles thrown in. Riders will pass through woods of of pine, palmetto, and melaleuca with sharp turns and root sections. Dont worry, there are plenty of bypasses! The Pinehurst MTB Trail is an excellent trail for sharpening technical skills. Bordered by canals on two sides, there is plenty of tree cover so the sun / heat is not an issue.

Pinehurst is in a convenient location to many residential communities and the turnpike. Many riders find this to be a great place for a quick morning or after-work ride.

Its not a long trail but so what , just do it again! And again! It is challenging enough to never get bored. Its a good, quick workout packed into 4 miles. There are three, relatively new sections of trail that are among the most challenging sections on the entire trail. Lightening/Thunder, Truck Stop and Firebreaker. Start with Lightening and move through the other two sections. But be aware, there are no directional signs pointing to Lightening so keep an eye out for just the sign "Lightening" to your right. If you do these sections, along with the other black diamond sections, the trail is 5.5 miles long. All the bypasses make it a great trail to bring riders of all skill levels. This is an equally good trail to bring the family or seasoned riders.

There is no parking at the actual trailhead, but there are two parks nearby that have parking, restrooms, water, and pavilions - Okeeheelee Park and Greenacres Freedom Park.


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Apr 25, 2020
Taylor Mcilveen
Dec 14, 2019
Stacey Vaughan
Sep 23, 2019
Robert Preato
Downed tree completely blocking path in Pond Loop section. Trail is on the dry side with the usual loose sugar sand spots so need to be cautious 10.2mi — 1h 15m
Aug 20, 2019
Robert Preato
New section of trail just cut in immediately prior to Root Camp. Will be nice once it is worn in. Lots of overgrowth has been trimmed back too. 16mi — 1h 40m
Aug 9, 2019
Robert Preato
Trails are in good condition. Loose sugar sand patches are a little more firm but still a little twitchy. Lower section of Pond Loop is under water 15mi — 1h 30m
Jul 27, 2019
Robert Preato
Trail was in generally good condition with the usual sections of sugar sand. One lap incl'ed Lightening, Truck stop and Firebreaker loops 15mi — 1h 40m
Jul 15, 2019
Jessica Frank Nelson
May 25, 2019
Anthony Carrancejie
So much improvement has happened to this trail! Many more sections added. It even feels longer than before. Love getting lost here!! — 1h 00m

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  4.2 from 37 votes
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This is the beginning of the blue-blazed trail.
Mar 3, 2017 near Greenac…, FL
Enjoy these nice forest-covered sections at Pinehurst.
Feb 5, 2017 near Greenac…, FL
Melaleuca Row will test your handling skills if you have wide bars.
Feb 5, 2017 near Greenac…, FL
There's a great root bypass here!
Feb 5, 2017 near Greenac…, FL
Log over at Pinehurst.
Feb 19, 2016 near Greenac…, FL
Look for this trail entrance to access the Pinehurst MTB Trail.
Jan 28, 2017 near Greenac…, FL

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