Review: I've been out of xc riding for a while been spending my days on pavement. This would be a great beginner ride if it wasn't for the sand. It happens @ some inopportune times. Like rt before a technical clime. The climes are not bad, but when forced out of a grove, all momentum is for not. Poorly marked is an understatement. And although the trail seems to be 2 way, no problem as no body was out there.
Review: i rode this trail the day after Thanksgiving. at that time, i would have had much more fun if the trails were better marked because i found myself riding over the same section(s) a few times trying to find my way around. some spots were real sandy but nothing i couldn't pedal my way out of. there were also sections of the trail that were difficult to spot because of the low amount of usage. this trail would probably get more use if there wasn't a $6 fee to ride it. there was one spot that had a good elevation drop where you could really build up some speed and that was a lot of fun. this is a good place to hit up when you don't have time for a long rip. need to find out if i can get a yearly pass for the park..
Review: This trail is OK. once I crossed the creek there was grass growing in the trail, telling me not many go that far. It was very sandy, but its easy. I wish there were more signs in reference to the map so Id know where I was.
* Review edited 8/8/2009
Similar Trail: I would much rather do Bluff Creek, Draper, or Clearbay
Review: Well maintained long, long flowing easy single track!! There are a few minor technical, sandy area's here and there. If you want to ride out in beautiful scenery and put miles on your bike this is the place! Almost endless trails on the S.W. side of the lake. The maps don't do the place justice. I plan on doing gps tracks this coming summer. This trail set is the best kept secret in Oklahoma!!
Similar Trail: Roman Nose but with out the techie stuff or Tulsa Riverparks with slight tech stuff and way better scenery!!.