Family park and recreation area with a fenced-in dog park to allow off-leash play.
A tight path that runners and walkers have the right of way on. Dogs must be leashed.
One Way Only:
This is designated as a directional trail.
Need to Know
This trail is not good for beginners.
This trail is a short, but memorable experience so I recommend making several runs through it. Overall, it has technical spots, steep climbs, lots of roots, and then occasional straight sections to pick up some speed. Additionally, there is an opportunity for a small stair gap of seven steps if you want to jump/ride down them and several small little launches, a ravine, and several small bridges.
The trail was well maintained and not too busy. Be mindful, it is at the end of the paved parking lot and the entrance is somewhat disguised, but there is a sign posted. The not-so-good is that the sign spells out three separate trails that are all color-coded, however, it looks like someone had taken down the signs or markers so it is hard to identify. I suppose you just need to ride and have fun as they all end at the same place.