October 16, 2016
Odd park, but fun!!
It's a tight network of very short run trails that interconnect. As a few folks have already commented, it appears that the builders just tried to cram as many trails as possible into a limited sized area. Many, many trails with many, MANY switchbacks. (They should rename this place "Switchback Hill")
It reminds me a bit of the Alle Grippis trails in PA. but on a much, much, smaller scale.
Nothing too crazy here, even the expert trails can be handled with judicious use of your brakes. ; )
~Good place to get a quick MTB fix or get a change of scenery.
~Hardtails, singlespeeds and 26er's can totally own this place.
~A bit monotonous after a while (did I mention the all the freakin' switchbacks?)
~ Trails are (very) short...no real opportunity to stretch your legs and get some rhythm.
~Not really an "Out with Nature" MTB park. You're smack dab in the middle of suburbia and you always know it.
~Some trails are marked well, others, well, are not. (Luckily the place is very small so you can't get lost).
Maybe Alle Grippis in PA or Fountainhead in VA?