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7.9 mile 12.8 kilometer loop


Ascent: 211' 64 m
Descent: -209' -64 m
High: 75' 23 m
Low: 32' 10 m


Avg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 6% (3°)


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Bad / Closed 31 days ago See History
Fallen Trees - Trail obliterated by logging and does not exist anymore.

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Typical eastern Carolina trails - some sand, lots of roots and short, choppy climbs. A fun time.

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Be sure to display the envelope receipt on your dash and deposit the trail donation in the box behind the kiosk attached to the tree.


This trail system has a varied terrain. There are some short, flow sections connecting to short, choppy climbs, quick turns and lots of roots. Most of the bridges seem a bit sketchy but I rode every one I came to and they seemed solid to ride on.

Not all the trails seem well-ridden but are marked. The marking doesn't always make sense but I made it through the first full ride without much trouble and minimal confusion. The trails closer in appeared to be recently blown so it appears they keep a pretty close eye on trail conditions. Speaking of conditions, there are a number of fall line sections that are quite eroded and a fun challenge (not impossible) to ride - either climbing or descending.

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This is private property and managed by Bicycle Post bike shop. They ask for a $3/day or $20/year donation.


From the parking area, head west onto the Swamp Loop. This is the longest loop in the area and provides access to and from the parking area. Head along Tyson creek as it goes south through the "Gully Cut-off" and "The Switchbacks". Just after 1.6 miles, you'll come into the "Off Camber Hill" section before continuing onto the Creek Loop.

The Creek Loop is a short loop between the Swamp Loop and BC Loop.

Next, continue onto the BC Loop as it dips south on either side of some open fields on "The Outer Limits" and boardwalk sections.

At the five-mile mark, return to the eastern half of the Creek Loop to head back north up the eastern edge of the loop. Cruise through "The Playground" at the 6.2-mile mark and make your way past The Pipeline (optional loop), returning to the parking area.


Land Manager: Bicycle Post Bike Shop

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Aug 18, 2018
John Russell
Got a little over a mile in and got rained out and soaked through. What I did was pretty fun. 1.2mi
May 5, 2018
Anthony Cartrette
Apr 29, 2018
Anthony Cartrette
Apr 14, 2018
Anthony Cartrette
Mar 17, 2018
Anthony Cartrette
Rear derailleur broke #2 1.2mi
Mar 10, 2018
Anthony Cartrette
Feb 11, 2018
Josh McKay
Race and Pre-ride combined. CCORS#2 P3 11.8mi — 1h 43m
Jan 27, 2018
Anthony Cartrette

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  2.8 from 11 votes


  2.8 from 11 votes
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This trail is only worth riding if you have no other option and is definitely not a biking destination. The trail builders have done the best that anyone could given the topography and acreage available but pool table flat pine barren/piedmont just isn’t good for mountain biking. The back loop was logged out of existence. One of the worst trails that I’ve seen after traveling or living on four continents and almost every state. Mar 28, 2019
Hey Joe, I have to agree wholeheartedly. When I'm in that area, I just stay in the hotel room and do yoga or play my guitar. It's just too frustrating a ride. I travel six states in the mid-Atlantic and get to ride some pretty good trail. Even running this trail is too frustrating. Apr 2, 2019

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