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Level: Beginner
Length: 7 mi (11.3 km)
Surface: Doubletrack
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +25/ -22 ft
Total: 49 riders

Mountain Biking Bulow Creek

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#113 of 285 mountain bike trails in Florida
#3,696 in the world

Map available at kiosk, trail is 6.8 miles leading to bulow creek plantation ruins,
there isn't a loop so you'll have to come back the way you came. Multi-purpose
double track with some single track and side trails. some sugar sand and roots but
not too bad, very beginner friendly trail. Lots of wildlife.

First added by trailman_ on Mar 16, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From US1 to East on Granada left on Beach St. In the Tomoka Loop at Bulow
Creek state park, Fairchild Oak.
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  • Hunu

    Easy, level double track. Muddy in spots even after rare winter rain. Plenty of wildlife to keep things interesting since the trail is not challenging.

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  • BTSmith89

    Very buggy, wet, path is over grown and not marked well

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  • Sum Guy   ✓ supporter

    The trail is a mostly a straight line. It's basically a dirt road in the woods. I was so bored on this trail. There is one small section that might be remotely fun, but is still flat. You have to stay moving or else you have tons of bugs wanting to eat you.

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  • al_h

    Very beginner friendly. All flat some muddy spots.

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  • bmclarnan

    Great trail. Has areas of mud and roots.

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  • ApricotData474

    A really fun track with great flow and some hair pin turns. You will skim right between trees during the ride.

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  • swaterman13

    Pretty flat, easy ride, some soft sand just south of the Walter Boardman entry point. Just a fun ride or warm up for other rides in the area.

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  • lilonespaz

    Its mostly flat and sometime the forest trucks can leave pretty deep muddy ruts on the path.. as stated before its more of a multi-use path then single track... none the less a decent ride at 6miles one way. I also got the chance the venture a little further they have a decent section about 2 miles long or so but its right next to swamp lands so it can be very muddy and wet. and is littered in roots that make for a interesting ride. Although i had a good time Its a nice trail for Beginners and newcomers. Go try it out trail doesn't get too rooty untill about 3-4 miles in after the road split. * Review edited 7/23/2012

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  • joetutt

    Mostly service road/double track. Not very well maintained, be prepared for a bumpy ride and bugs, bugs, bugs! You do get some nice Florida scenery including some really beautiful oak trees, especially the Fairchild Oak at the trailhead. It's something like 100 years old or more.

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