The subdivision nearby has kids with parents riding the doubletrack sections, walking dogs, and sometimes joggers/hikers.
Open year round.
This ride features a series of dirt trails leading from the parking area, down to Oso Bay and then back up in a loop to the other end of the parking area. Expect some twists and turns through these interconnecting trails with a bridge crossing of Oso Creek on the east side that leads to some doubletrack and several more miles of singletrack along Oso Bay.
The trail is maintained by volunteers who add features and keep it new and fun.
Need to Know
This trail is adjacent to a subdivision, so be aware there could be joggers or people walking their dogs around the next curve.
There are a series of dirt trails leading through the woods down to Oso Bay. Start out on the Oso Main Line
, and then explore from there! You'll find many man-made features to climb over, on, and lots of interconnecting trails. There are also numerous opportunities to spot wildlife in the area. Watch for snakes in the summer and mosquitoes after a rain.
Shared By: Christopher Caronna