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Level: Beginner
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +127/110 ft
Total: 156 riders

Mountain Biking Dyer Park

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#230 of 283 mountain bike trails in Florida
#11,492 in the world

nice..fairly clean..not crowded..two potolets along the way..i learned to ride on the trail
easy, medium and hard parts. over all a nice hour to hour and a half ride.

First added by searsandrewj on Jan 1, 2004. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
I 95 to Blue Heron Bv. go west three miles and make a left on Haverhill Road.
first driveway on the right. pb county park.
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  • Dirtroad1020
    Reviewing Owahee Trail:

    Flat, double tracks, not busy at all, abundant birds, some alligators and snakes, but they are more afraid of you. Good workout.

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  • curiousbia

    Good trail that has some tech stuff to challenge you a bit. Not too much flow until you do the up/down hill portion. Unfortunately most of the berms have been beat up but from recent adventures there it appears that these are being repaired. Worth the hour ride to switch up from the local JD and other spots.

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  • Bill_sci

    I ride this trail regularly, and it's a great workout. Hot the hill for a burn, then catch some shade on the perimeter. It's a quick ride, not very technical. Some areas need some TLC, but the people who maintain it definitely work hard. Great way to train and to get into shape.

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  • Interceptor0422

    Went to Dyer park for the first time today. I mainly stuck to the hill and did not ride the perimeter trail at all. The trail was pretty fun with lots of climbing which is then rewarded with some downhill action. It was a Monday morning and there were a few people walking/jogging the trail. Some appeared to be surprised that there was a biker in the trail. All in all it was a good experience and quite the workout. I went all around the hill in 20 minutes with only two small breaks due to all the climbing. I will definitely be back and I believe it will be an even better experience when the weather cools off.

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  • Shoeyjosh

    I would really give this place a 3.5 but it rates higher because it's one of the better parks in the area. Fun techy challenges added, but paths can get boring.

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  • Sum Guy

    This park used to be fun, but all the people walking on the trail has made it a very unsafe place to ride. I have got hurt a few times due to people walking on the trial.

    The people who walk these trails feel us bike riders are going to fast and deserve to get hurt as one displayed when I lost it trying to avoid them. They displayed pleasure in my mishap. Where I crashed was the black diamond section. Which is not really that hard, but not a good spot to wreck. Someone gonna get hurt real bad due to all the foot traffic on these trails.

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  • edmc
    Reviewing Owahee Trail:

    Wide, flat, and scenic. Basically out and back unless you want to ride surface streets to make it a loop. Minimal sugar sand to contend with. Mostly hardpack like a fire road. Be alert for gators when you come around blind corners! They are there.

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  • Ernie DeBlasi

    I'm giving this a 4 not because of its big technical features but because it was a very enjoyable trail. First off it is 2 different trails. The perimeter trail is a beginner trail that is shaded with roots and turns. It is fun and could be a leaning trail for beginners, my 7 year old really liked it and there were some challenges for him.
    The hill is the second trail there. It is a real cardio workout and you can really build up speed on the short descents. If you are not braking properly you may wind up over the bars. All in all a really fun day. With rain and the wrong wind direction it can get stinky.

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  • Sum Guy

    Shady trail. Can get very stinky if its been raining a lot. The trail follows the out side perimeter of an old landfill.

    Trail has no challenge other than a few rooty areas, and few narrow spots where the trees are very close. Its mostly flat with ups and downs of only 2 to 5 ft where there is any.

    The trail is approx 4.6 miles. About 3 of it is in the trails.

    The trail could be more enjoyable if some jumps were cut out.

    To get to trail head drive the road all the way to the last parking lot. Ride bike up dirt road to your left follow it and go on the other side of the ditch there you will see the path. Go to the right after crossing the ditch.

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  • Hunu

    Great trail for noobies or seniors. Perimeter trial is shady & flat, narrow in spots. You will learn to keep pedals horizontal or suffer consequences. Fun place to learn with plenty of poison ivy to keep you on the line.

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  • safer06

    Perimeter trail is pretty simple. Gives you a good workout, not a lot of roots. I would say, the perimeter trail here is easier than the pinehurst trail.
    The inner trail (the one on top of the hill) it is more fun and you gain more speed going down the hill. Then again going uphill is the toughest but it is fun indeed.

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  • stusiegel

    As good as it gets in South Florida if you want to climb and descend hills. Built on an old landfill, the local MTB club FORCE has done a great job in creating a challenging 2.7 mile single track trail. Fun time, even if it's not the real mountains!

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  • mugs

    Awesome Awesome good condition easy to find trails great challenge the uphill a switch back great single track great workout "SWEEEEET"

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  • MtbStigo

    Great trail. Perimeter plus hill trails will take about an hour going at a decent pace. Perimeter trail is great to build skills. Lots of narrow areas and trees. Wide handlebars are not recommended for the Perimeter trail. Hill trail is a landfill converted to a Trail. Does NOT smell anymore. Perhaps in the past it did? Hill trail is great for Florida. Can really pick up speed on downhill and the berms are build pretty high. Great work from local club force restoring trail.

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  • ielitemotorsport

    Great starting trail, recommend for new riders easy going. A few section has roots but fairly easy to go around it.

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  • projktnine

    Quick single track with a few fun lines down and around a large landfill turned park.Great for new comes and training

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  • shrek6791

    Use Caution trail under construction as of May 25th, 2014. East side south of the main entrance trail builders left planks blocking the path and mo warning signs!!!

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