Drops/Jumps · Pump Track
Also has a walking path in the middle of the mountain bike trails.
The trails may occasionally close for a race, but it's usually open to the public.
This City-owned park is in a great location in Tyler, TX. Very close to shopping and in the middle of many family-oriented activities, such as a splash park, baseball fields, and a walking path. The trails are well-maintained and some of the best in Tyler, TX for mountain biking.
Need to Know
Close to Cumberland Village Shopping Center. No restrooms at mountain bike trails, but there are some at the tennis courts and splash park that are about a quarter of a mile away.
The trails are designed and maintained very well making good use of the terrain. You can take a shorter, six-mile loop that avoids the most significant climbs of the trail. This is marked as the "easy" loop. To keep to six miles, you would also take the "short" route on D-Loop to head back to the parking lot.
The way this is uploaded includes the Hard loop, which is an extra two miles that include some climbing switchbacks. This is called the "Hard" route. On D-loop, you would take the "Long" route to get in about 9.7 miles.
There are a few roots, but nothing significant. Keep an eye out for great trail features that have been put in, such as boulders, bridges, etc. There is a short "expert" section that is not included on this GPS route that includes negotiating a lot of boulders and rocks.
Shared By: Rodney Skyles