Allaire State Park

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AVERAGE RATING
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4.26 out of 5
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Intermediate
30.0
miles

Other
↑ 400 ft
↓ 400 ft
16
elevation (ft)

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Trail Description
About this trail
This area has something for everyone. single track, good climbs, forest roads river trails. you share the area with horsebak riders and hiker but it's mostly other mountain bikers. There is miles and miles of trails, when you get lost(everyone does) south is hospital road, north is atlantic ave, east is the manasquan river and west is county road 549. great place to ride
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Q: trail head in spring lake? -Guest

A: There is a paved bike trail that runs from Manasquan to Allaire. Easiest parking is by Wall police station/library

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Q: NOTE: Wall Township is a spur trail that connects to Allaire Trail. All are easy/paved. -Guest

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Reviews (43)
 

Granny Gear

October 19, 2018
NJtoFL Granny Gear  
 
Review: Awesome trail system right in my home town. This system literally has everything from XC to short DH. Youve probably seen reviews saying Tiger Woods is the hardest Trail in the whole system. Well, theyre wrong. If you go on Trail Forks, another mtb Strava-like app, theres a trail called Coke off the Orange trail before the switchbacks. Its a short DH run with 3 drops at the beginning, all about 4-5 feet in height, which transitions into a fast, rootish section with multiple lines to take, which leads you to either an exit or another part of the trail that keeps going and is mostly classic NJ mud and roots. The section is very steep and I recommend using a full-suspension, even though me and my friend rode it on hardtails. I HIGHLY suggest you walk the trail first, since people dont really ride it too often. Theres some more trails like this off the beaten path if youre willing to explore.

Similar Trail: None

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Doubletrack


October 6, 2018
rmap01 Doubletrack  
 
Review: This is a nice trail system with some variety. If you're looking for technical rocky terrain this is NOT the place to go. However, if you like (relatively) flowy terrain with occasional rooty sections, don't mind sand (especially in the summer), and just want to pedal this is a good trail system. It also drains much better than most anywhere in the area and this is the go-to place for many especially during the freeze/thaw cycle in NJ. (NB: When in doubt check with members of mtbnj.com - the locals are supercool about giving updates on trail conditions). The most challenging section in the park is the Tiger Woods trail. There's nothing too difficult that even a novice can't handle. Basically it's two miles of very tight, twisty singletrack with some short punchy climbs littered with large roots. Hard to get any real momentum/speed which is what makes it a nice challenge. If you're looking for a little more fun, cross the street (Hospital Rd) and explore some additional trails. You'll find a fairly decent sized pit area where you can catch some air. There's a few obstacles constructed that are fun to take but otherwise it's relatively flat. And did I mention it gets sandy in the summer???

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Gramcounter

August 19, 2018
 
Review: Nice flowing track. The challenge is the many short sand pits. After the first 10 you get it. And flow over. Lots of fun

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Granny Gear

July 8, 2018
 
Review: Not bad biking trails couldn't fine a lot of biking trails that go in the woods except for the orange trail, but nice paved relaxing bike trail down the purple trail from main entrance of park

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Bunny Hop

October 12, 2017
asasailor1 Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Tiger Woods Trail. This is the most technical and difficult. Most can't even find it. Twisty, uppy, downy, under branches and tight turning. You can't go fast here. Awesome ! On side of park which abuts golf course. You do this trail, you're in good shape technically and cardio. Finding it. At T intersection of white and red trail. White is a gentle slope to it meets red. White turns right here and joins red going up hill. If you had continued straight, instead of turning right, you enter this unused slope for about 3-5 minutes. At the T is Tiger Woods. You're now smack in the middle of the trail, bottom most section. Left is a good way up, LOOK AT TREE ON RIGHT , marked T. W. the only marking I've ever seen. Then left at main trail to entry point. Go down the slope again. Hit T and go right again. Then right again as you enter main red trail.

Similar Trail: none

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Granny Gear

August 7, 2017
Pasquale Granny Gear  
 
Review: white trail was wet sand in places. Orange trail was fine.

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Granny Gear

March 20, 2017
 
Review: Great Trails different environments nice climbs and flowy downhills. But I have one question, I heard of these things called the Allaire lobster jumps if anyone knows their location or approximate location that would be great thanks.

Similar Trail: 6 mile run

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Gnarly


February 5, 2017
zmodica Gnarly  
 
Review: rode here this morning. excellent trails, well maintained and nicely designed. Not too difficult and good place to get going fast. There are some switch back single tracks manically cut into the mountain laurels that are as good as it gets in NJ. i would recommend catching on with someone who knows the park for first timers, you wont get lost but there are ton of intersections that interupt your flow

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Granny Gear

November 26, 2016
JD MTB Granny Gear  
 
Review: Great trail system, good for beginners who want to advance a little bit more. Most of the trails are pretty easy, some obstacles. There are obstacles like ladder bridges and jumps, but most are avoidable. Overall a great set of trails!

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Granny Gear

August 28, 2016
Shoofoo Granny Gear  
 
Review: A few other cyclists at the trail head but once I got in, I did not see anther person the whole time. Great, some times sandy single track. Lots of fun with little elevation change. Canopy of trees kept the sun off.

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Allaire State Park MTB Trail 4.26 out of 5 based on 43 ratings. 43 user reviews.
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