A great singletrack that is marked very well and will test all your riding skills, from the steep ups & downs to the hair pin turns. It has 4 separate trails you can ride that total over 6 miles. All trails are somewhat difficult so this is not the best trail for beginners. With all the unique features of this trail, it will truly give you an excellent riding experience. There is a jump area and beginner/kids skills area being built.
Review: Surprising amount of fun packed in this limited area. Trails are high quality with plenty of short, stout climbs and drops throughout. The beginner and intermediate trails are some of the toughest in the state. Thick forest canopy makes for a jungle like ride. All trails are well marked; with frequent 911 location markers thorough out. Also many "bail out" routes are available if one desires to abandon the trail. Santos & Alafia will be all the props but per mile they have nothing on these trails. Hats off to the folks that built and maintain the trails. Restrooms available at the park's ball field.
Review: Great trail as always. All and all the trail is kept up and constantly being worked on and changing. Sign saying they need volunteers to help with a part of the track this Sunday December 21st.
Review: The trails took quite a beating from the long hard rainy season but flooded areas have receded and repair work is coming along nicely. Trails are still a little rough but everything should be back to normal soon. The new pump track, skills area and dirt jumps can now be finished since the dry season has started and will keep this one of the best riding places around.