Cedarville State Forest

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AVERAGE RATING
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3.74 out of 5
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Beginner
12.0
miles

Singletrack
↑ 200 ft
↓ 300 ft
213
elevation (ft)

Network
Trail Description
About this trail
3 loops combined to be a network. Longest loop is the orange at about 7 miles but it is really easy to combine all three loops. Trailhead is right off of the parking lot at the park office. Some parts are wet due to a swampy area, worse after a good rain. Not to technical, just some fast singletrack. ENJOY
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (27)
 

Granny Gear

April 26, 2019
salvaje Granny Gear  
 
Review: Recent rains and the horses have really done a number on the trails. Some parts are impassable because of the hoof damage and thick mud. Once the trails dry out completely it might get better. Be going to Rosaryville for the time being




Granny Gear

May 10, 2018
salvaje Granny Gear  
 
Review: All the trees across the trails have been removed. Trails were dry this morning (5/10/2018).




Granny Gear

April 1, 2018
gogoKawi Granny Gear  
 
Review: As of 3/31/2018, there are LOTS of trees down from the wind storm a few weeks ago. In some sections, a tree was down about every 300 ft. or so. They are cleaning it up, but it will take some time. I counted 30 trees down. Other than that, the trail is great.




Granny Gear

August 3, 2017
carymtb09 Granny Gear  
 
Review: For the whole expierence I suggest heading down the trail head and making that first left. The trail head is off of Bee Oak Rd.




Granny Gear

June 15, 2015
Bill@129 Granny Gear  
 
Review: parts of the trails are not marked very clearly it gets confusing one trail to the next at one location start on one trail in the pond to others takes a while to get back on your original trail




Bunny Hop

October 26, 2014
acanfield Bunny Hop  
 
Review: There are 3 major loops at Cedarville:

- Orange loop by visitor center parking
- Blue/White loops in the "middle"
- Green/Brown loop by the Cedarville pond.

Starting at the visitor center you are on the north end of the trail. Take a right onto the Orange trail, then take left turns for a CW loop. Take a left onto the Orange trail for a CCW loop.

Each loop has a little different character. The Orange loop is a combination of singletrack and short legs of jeep roads. The Blue and White trails arepretty much all single track with the Blue trail being more scenic and some nice climbs on the White trail. The Green and Brown trails around the pond at the south end are the less trafficked and therefore more tight singletrack with lots of leaves.

There is hunting on some of the forest so check the board at the visitor center for details.

From my numbers the outside trails are 13 miles with about 600 ft of climbing. Do a CCW and CW lap and you've got a solid 26 miles for the day.

Similar Trail: Pine Log State Forest, Ebro FL




Bunny Hop

September 14, 2014
Matt Thien Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Took a risk and drove the hour from Pax River area. IT WAS SO WORTH IT! I'm a Dad with 2 active kids who LOVED the orange trail. My daughter, 9, rode her Specialized 'hybrid' street (with gears) and my son, 6, rode his single speed bike. My daughter made it all the way around no problem. My son, had to push it up some of the hills. But, parents, don't hesitate to take your confident biker kids out on this one. The 7 miles flew by and the kids were asking for more! A great family trail and hybrid (no shocks required) trail. We will totally be back and bring along friends too! It took us about 1.5 hours to complete the orange trail.

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Gramcounter

May 23, 2014
okayhop Gramcounter  
 
Review: This is the rail trail of mountain biking. If someone wants to get their feet wet with little intimidation, this is the place. Orange is the easiest IMO. Wide singletracks, very few obsticals, and very tame elevation. The blue trail is good for someone trying to push the envelope a little toward "intermediate" riding. There are more hills along this one and will require a bit more work. Nothing crazy, however. Good trails if you are local and need a workout without going up the road to rosaryville or want to get introduced to the sport.




Bunny Hop

March 20, 2014
madmom12 Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Went out today on the Brown Trail. Still wet from the recent snow. For the most part very clear but with some debris in trail but to be expected this early in season.




Bunny Hop

November 11, 2013
bookbum Bunny Hop  
 
Review: There are now five different trails totaling about 19 miles. For the most part, these are all fast singletrack. There are bridges across 95% of wet spots/streams but a couple of the bridges go underwater after rain because of an industrious beaver down stream. Be prepared for roots on every one of the trails and a little sand. While there's nothing technical besides a few logs across the trails get ready to have fun!



Cedarville State Forest MTB Trail 3.74 out of 5 based on 27 ratings. 27 user reviews.
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