Central Park

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3.24 out of 5
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Beginner
3
miles

Singletrack
↑ 300 ft
↓ 400 ft
1,210
elevation (ft)

Loop
Trail Description
About this trail
Good trail system with Beginner - Difficult. Mostly beginner. Good after-work trail to get your cardio workout. The trail system is all singletrack and loops around the park for almost 4 miles of riding. A freeride park is also located in the back corner with some jumps and north shore style technical trail features. check out www.rambo-mtb.org for more info

Night riding allowed, but park closes at 11pm.
added by Tony_VGranny Gear September 13, 2006
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (31)
 

Bunny Hop

June 14, 2015
jasonr19 Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Closed

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Bunny Hop

June 4, 2015
Kylek2 Bunny Hop  
 
Review: This trail has been closed permanently by Forsyth county.

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Bunny Hop

May 26, 2015
 
Review: its a nice park. Trails are short and would be good for beginners.

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Granny Gear

October 21, 2014
wolfpack83 Granny Gear  
 
Review: Roads this trail on Sunday with my wife and 12-year-old daughter. Wife and I used to do quite a bit of mountain biking had taken some time off from the hobby all kids are too young. They're getting into it now and I'm done big Creek a few times as well as everything at tsali. I realize these trail descriptions might be a little bit older so I thought I would post to help out someone might use this as a beginner track. A lot of the signs here have been knocked down it can be a little difficult to follow and if you get in the wrong section is not beginner at all. The area through the frisbee golf is pretty easy and flowing. The little section through the powerlines is really cool and well-made. They climb up to the top of whatever hill that is is pretty gradual and fine. In the section of Woods at the and it comes out by the maintenance shed of the parking lot is definitely the highlight. With that said the section in the woods over between the frisbee golf and the powerline is at least intermediate with some of the largest roots I have ever ridden over and I've ridden everywhere. The trail makes great use of a small piece of wood zigzagging back-and-forth on itself climbing and descending on a short 4 foot wall this sectional is fine for me, but too much for a beginner. So I only wrote your view to say if you're being your first time around here you should know where you going yourself or at least try to avoid that section. This trail is unique in north Georgia and that you spend a lot of time riding not in the woods or open air. There are no trees all around you are going through the golf course climbing the Largeo I'm going down to the powerlines. I thought it was kind of cool and quite a contrast from what you usually ride here and on a cold day where you want to be in the sun this would be the place to ride. I would categorizes trail is one you would absolutely love if you live close to it because of the convenience and it is worth writing. I would not drive more than 20 minutes to get here but that's my personal preference given you can go to big Creek in Roswell or blankets Creek or Chickapee. Space wise I live in Alpharetta, however if I lived in coming I would really dig this place props to whoever created this trail out of this piece of land it wasn't much to work with and they made something really fun to ride

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Bunny Hop


September 24, 2014
crp534 Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Go to trail since it's close. Not over crowded at all. Well maintained and is updated from time to time. New banked turns on fire road are fun. Lots of fast sections, some fun technical sections. Not to difficult that a beginner couldn't handle it but still fun if you have some experience. Watch out for people on the trail.

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Gnarly


September 20, 2014
duddetts11 Gnarly  
 
Review: Great for what it is, a nice, flowy, easily accessible trail in the heart of suburbia. Directional by day, and dedicated to mth bikes only, which is nice in a park that gets so much foot traffic. Upon entering park, keep bearing right, and you'll run into the last available parking area. TH is right there. Good use of power line for a little climbing, and a few nice berms for good downhill flow. Plenty of good roots, nothing overly technical, but to do a few laps here, or combine it with some other local trails, not too shabby! Thanks RAMBO! I'll be back

Similar Trail: Haw Creek park, Big Creek

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Doubletrack


May 29, 2014
Fit4Life28 Doubletrack  
 
Review: Good to ride if you are a beginner level rider. This trail is put together well for the small area alloted. I wouldn't recomend driving long distances for this but it could be fun to link in with another trail as a warm up.

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Granny Gear

May 13, 2014
 
Review: Not the best trail. Kinda confusing to figure out which way to go with all the intersections. Also muddy despite 2 days with no rain. There is a nice climb to get your heart pumping. Watch out for Frisbee golfers in the woods!

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Gramcounter

March 17, 2014
bhmtb Gramcounter  
 
Review: 4 miles of directional single-track. Free to park and ride. Trail is not the best built- has many spots that do not drain so you get bogged down. Also runs through a disc golf course- beware frisbees. To make up for the crappy trail, there is a nice hill that you can climb for a fantastic view of the park and suburbia.

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Singletrack


October 22, 2013
 
Review: This trail is a go to if I can't get anywhere else. A really simple trail with nothing difficult. If you are a MTB and have lots of experience I don't know that you would really enjoy being on the trail. It's great for exercise and great if your pressed for time. If your looking for an adrenaline rush, look somewhere else. It is maintained fairly well and markings and following aren't hard. It's nice to have tucked away for special occasion

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Central Park MTB Trail 3.24 out of 5 based on 31 ratings. 31 user reviews.
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