“A flow trail with a few obstacles but many tight corners that keep you pedaling hard to maintain speed.”
— Michael Parker
Family Friendly: Short trail, little elevation change, views of the lake, and easily accessible trailhead.
The longest trail of the bunch, zig zags back and forth through the woods to make use of all the available acreage in the area. Start at the trailhead and follow the blue blazes painted on the trees along the well-marked trail.
This trail has little elevation change and only about 20ft of rock garden to slow you down, the rest of the trail is a smooth dirt path that bobs and weaves between trees as it loops around to a final creek crossing just before you return to the trailhead.
This is a multi-use trail and is popular with hikers and trail runners, as well as bikers so be courteous and expect to intercept others when riding this trail.