These are multi-use trails with occasional horse use. Please follow the right of way by yielding to horses.
Ride all of the trails at Hawkes Creek with minimal backtracking. This is an intermediate difficulty ride due to the old school singletrack with some tight turns, roots, and short, steep up-and-downs. This is a multi-use trail system so be alert for potential horses on the trails.
Need to Know
Open to mountain bikes on odd numbered days only sunrise to sunset. The trail is reserved for horses on even numbered days. This trail is on private property. We ride with the owner's permission. Please treat it with appropriate respect.
Park outside the gate in the paved parking spaces. Open to bikes on odd numbered days. Open to horses on even numbered days. Private property—please respect the rules of the land outlined here.
Start with the Red Trail which is an intermediate difficulty trail that takes you from the parking lot to the White Trail. The White Trail is the longest at Hawkes Creek and has the most varied and difficult terrain including a few rock features, tight turns, roots, and a few short steep climbs.
The White Trail brings you back to the connector to the Blue Trail which will take you back to the parking lot.
History & Background
There have been trails at Hawkes Creek Farm for over 20 years in various different forms, this is the current form since early 2019.