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blueBlack Quiet Waters Full Loop

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5.6 mile 9.1 kilometer out and back
100% Singletrack


Ascent: 50' 15 m
Descent: -49' -15 m
High: 18' 5 m
Low: 9' 3 m


Avg Grade: 0% (0°)
Max Grade: 3% (2°)


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Super well kept trail system that's got some advanced sections mixed in but you don't have to take if you don't want.

Chad Stefanko

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Family Friendly Has tons of tables and a massive splash pad for the kids and a large covered playground next to the trail parking lot. Grills available also. Great place to go for the day with the family and go ride.

Some days the park has a small fee of $1.50. One Way Only: This is designated as a directional trail.


This is a great place to ride in Deerfield Beach with easy access from the Florida Turnpike or I95 and the Sawgrass Expressway. This place has a beautiful layout that lets you take the simple, less technical route but lets you also mix in the advanced section to make the full experience pop.

As you enter the trail system, you start off on a warmup trail that leads into a small track that has some logs and banked wall along with some poles set up to slalom. You can spend a bunch of laps just having fun here separate from the trails to practice trials skills and balance on a skinny raised path.

Then you can enter the trailhead and take on the full trail from that point. Follow the signs and have fun. Lots on coral rocks that are super sharp so ride safe and bring patches in case you go off the trail and find a thorn or stickers.

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They have a great bike wash section and small bike hangers at each. They also have a work station with some tools attached to the pole if you don't have some or for emergencies. Great bathrooms, super clean and a vending machine with sodas and waters.


This loop connects singletrack trails that are kept up by volunteers and the park service. The loop is a good beginners trail with advanced sections mixed into it but you don't have to take them you don't feel comfortable and can still have an enjoyable ride.

There are lots of coral rock sections that can be tricky if loose, some drops on the advanced parts but nothing crazy. Not much shade and a ton of roots make it a typical South Florida ride.

Overall, this is a good eight-mile loop with the Warmup Trail and Cool Down Trail. The back sections have some cool raised boardwalk type sections. The beginning has a small obstacle course/race track with a banked wall section. Everything said, it's a great trail system with some tech mixed in if you want.

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May 31, 2019
Chad Stefanko
Super dusty super loose very slippery 6.9mi
May 27, 2019
Chad Stefanko
Dusty 6mi — 1h 30m
May 15, 2019
Chad Stefanko
1h 20m
May 9, 2019
Chad Stefanko
Perfect Florida day 8mi — 1h 30m

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