“A root-filled trail with a handful of boardwalks that connects to the cross country ski trails.”
— Kevan Dee
Baseball Boogie can be ridden in either direction, but it's easier to start off the Homestead Trail
and travel west. Riders will find a bench on the ski trail just a bit south of where the singletrack begins. From the intersection, the trail is more downhill than up, but there are plenty of roots to keep you working!
This trail is very rooty and not for beginners! There are also many intersections with the multitude of other trails in the area, but this is the most traveled and should be the obvious one. Either plan on exploring the area or keep your MTB Project mobile app
handy. Some other trails are similar and can be biked, others are older and have lots of downed trees and obstacles.
On the west side, there's an intersection with a trail that takes you south to Meridian Drive. Continuing west, there's another intersection and trail heading due west that spits you out on Elmore south of the ballfields.
Staying on Baseball Boogie, you'll turn to the north along the east side of the ballfields and return to the Homestead trail just below the parking lot at Abbott Loop Community Park.