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A conglomerate of singletrack that is flat and hilly!”
— Denis Cote
None - open all season
Family Friendly: People/families with children walk and bike the woods, with dogs and even remote controlled cars! I have seen hunters roam during the open season in November but this land is owned by the Town.
Trailhead location is behind the Town of Swansea Town Hall and Library buildings located off Main Street in Swansea. The lot can get full so plan accordingly. If full, go park behind the Joseph Case Jr. H.S. and enter in via dirt road and you'll find entrance trails on your right. If you continue up the road, you'll enter a football field. Paths are also located here.
There is a mix of flat open/singletrack, hills, rock, technical trails and jumps. Soil is hard pan with mix of rocks and roots. Located in the park is the famous Abhram's and Wildcat rocks (You have to climb these to really experience it!). You can spend all day in here and discover trails upon trails. It can get muddy during rainy months but most (if not all) trails were dry due to lack of rain. Lots of oak trees and long, thorny briers (spare tube!). Don't let my map fool you, there is a lot more than what I tracked on my GPS! I used to live in the area and ride this park before it became famous. The trails in this park have grown exponentially!
I would strongly recommend stopping in at the bikeworks on Swansea Mall Drive (Across from the Swansea Mall) and get a map, talk to the staff. They sponsor the trails in the park and have done a great job.