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Level: Advanced
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +409/408 ft
Total: 38 riders

Mountain Biking Cleburne State Park

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#54 of 272 mountain bike trails in Texas
#2928 in the world

The main trail is a loop that is about 5.5 miles long that basically follows the
outer boundary of the park. It can be ridden in either direction. There are other
trails within the loop that can be used to add mileage as well as creating outs to
get back to the park loop road. The riding here as a whole is intermediate but
there are several tough climbs that are technical and rocky which depending on
your direction can create some good downhill. Two thirds of the trail is rocky and
the rest is hardpack with roots. There are opportunities here for all riders. The
scenery is beautiful and uniquely Texas hill country. There are restrooms on site
and a map available. A Texas State Park pass is required or it cost $3 to enter
the park. Well worth the drive and price but call first because the trail is subject
to be closed due to rain. Park number is 817-645-4215

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
The park is located 10 miles southwest of Cleburne, Tx. Take Highway 67 south
out of Cleburne, then turn left on Park Road 21. The park is another 6 miles on
right. There are signs directing you to the park off of 67. Location is approx 50
minutes SW of Ft. Worth.
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  • Jeremy_S

    A large portions of this trail is intermediate as well as a few loops that are good for anyone but if you ride the entire thing you'll find some pretty healthy drops, longish climbs for Texas, and so good downhill as well.

    Anyone can ride the entire thing, just know your limits and get off and walk if needed to keep from breaking bones and bikes.

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  • Chris Ward

    Intermediate to advanced technical riding. Lots of roots, loose rock, and washed out terrain with some elevation changes and good climbs. Beginning riders will most likely get frustrated or hurt.

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