The trails here are multi-use trails so riding here will see sharing the trails with equestrian and hikers. Not a lot of singletrack here but there are some. Some ups and downs. The steepest sections are along the power lines. The trails are clearly marked and you'll have some views of the lake while on the trail.
Need to Know
This is part of a State Park and there is a $10 fee on weekends.
Started off on the Sawtooth Trail and went north (took a right turn). Picked up the Sawtooth again and picked up the Pigeon Run Trail. While on the Pigeon Run Trail there is an option to take the Gold Hill Loop (not mapped in this route but will bring you back to this trail). Parts of the Pigeon Run Trail are in the woods and other parts lead to the power lines. This is where the trail gets steep in some spots. There are signs along the trail to warn you of this.
At the Big Woods Trail, you'll start getting more onto singletrack. When you get to the Cedar Run Trail, you can take the right (which this route does) and extend your ride or keep going to the Turkey Run Trail. Either choice and you'll end back up on the Turkey Run Trail. This will take you back to your starting point.