Concord Park

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AVERAGE RATING
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3.80 out of 5
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Intermediate
6.0
miles

Singletrack
↑ 1,100 ft
↓ 1,000 ft
474
elevation (ft)

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Trail Description
About this trail
West Loop; the goes-ins and goes-outs are about 10 yds apart located about 40 yds in on the access rd. Lots of twisty-turny single track.East Loops; Go up the hill between the golf course and swimming pool. Either take every right-turn or every-left turn. Some double-track, mostly single track, lots of ups and downs.See map at above link.

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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Gnarly


September 26, 2019
Mike Hagen Gnarly  
 
Review: Legit trails, I'd recommend these to anyone in the Knoxville area, completely worth the drive.




Granny Gear

July 19, 2017
 
Review: I visited this trail during a business trip to Knoxville in May 2017. I brought my bike along for the trip in case I would have an opportunity to ride the local trails; however, I was not aware it would rain the entire week. This is the only trail I was able to ride during my visit. I hate to provide a negative review, but I was not impressed with this trail. I could see it had potential, but it was neglected, overgrown and the lake loop was covered in trash and smelt of dead fish. Many trails were washed out, but not unrideable, and the roots were awful. It was not a pleasurable experience. It is a convenient location that is easily accessible, which is always a plus in my book. The park had everything from biking, hiking, a dog park, a restaurant, and fishing. I give it good rating for the idea, but the condition could be better. I briefly rode the trails on the west side of the park. They seemed to be better maintained, or just less used.




Granny Gear

August 23, 2015
submerge Granny Gear  
 
Review: Nice trail, clay mostly combination of roots manly wooded ! I had lots fun ! Not to difficult !




Granny Gear

July 26, 2015
 
Review: Fun little trail. Tons of ways to make killer loops. Lots of trees down other than that cool trail.




Gramcounter

August 7, 2014
sleahcim Gramcounter  
 
Review: Rode this for the first time last night and had a blast. Personally, I enjoy every time I'm on my bike. Each trail offers something different and Concord is no exception: trails that shoulder the lake (with consequences), nice bridges, some good places to pump, fun short downhills, not too challenging uphills, roots in places to keep your tech skills in check, and enough trail length to keep you busy for a few hours or more. I'll be returning in the future but I have some other places to visit first...




Bunny Hop

June 6, 2014
 
Review: Good ride. Some easy trails and Some harder ones to mix it up. I would recommend this to anyone.




Doubletrack

February 2, 2014
 
Review: Cool trail with a wilderness feel. Has a few wooden berms and fast downhill sections. Not too long or steep but still fun.






September 1, 2013
Guest   
 
Review: This review is about the part of Concord Park that lies east of the marina. It used to be a great park for walkers and hikers. Not any more. Since the Knox County Parks Dept. has allowed recreational and mountain bikers to use the narrow trails of this park, it has become unusable for pedestrians. Bikers and pedestrians cannot co-exist on these single-track trails. You cannot even walk these trails side-by-side. So if a biker approaches a walker from behind he will create a dangerous situation for both himself and the the pedestrian unless the pedestrian quickly get out of the way or unless the biker dismounts and walks his bike past the pedestrian. In several years of hiking these trails, I have never met a biker who does not insist on having the right of way forcing me to jump aside and let him pass. What if I refuse to yield my right of way and the biker runs into me causing bodily injury? Who is going to pay for a very expensive medical evacuation and subsequent lawsuit?




Granny Gear

October 31, 2012
bigM Granny Gear  
 
Review: Best time biking. Great place to ride




Granny Gear

August 28, 2012
 
Review: This is a nice little place to ride. It is on the way home and close to the house. So I can jump over for a quick ride and mix up the trails that are there to keep it a little fresh. Has enough uphill to get a good pump and some fun sections that flow OK. Can be muddy which makes the roots a bit tough, which there are plenty of. Lots of hikers, joggers and dogs not on the leash.... I don't mind dogs, but if you are not a dog person I could see where it would be a bit concerning.. There is a mixture of easy to difficult, so a little bit of everything for everybody. Trails are marked fairly well, so you know what sections you are on and how they are rated.

* Review edited 8/28/2012



Concord Park MTB Trail 3.80 out of 5 based on 20 ratings. 20 user reviews.
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