Need to Know
I didn't see any rest room facilities but there are gas stations, etc., about a mile or two north of the trail parking lot.
Trail starts out at the gravel parking area, winding its way through a field of prairie grass which gets taller and taller until you are riding through twisting bermed trails with 8 foot tall prairie grass lining both sides of the trail. The grass is not only tall, but also thick, so you are riding in green corridors which keeps you on your toes when rounding sharp corners.
As you wind your way north, you descend down to the lowlands and the grass gives way to woods. There are numerous wooden features in the low, wooded area as well as some jumps and drops. Leaving the wooded area, you climb back up into the prairie grass for more twists and turns, a man made log trail section, and a few more wooded drops before finishing back at the parking lot.
Shared By: Derek Gossard