April 4, 2013
Not a bad place to take someone who has just gotten use to riding a mountain bike on flat surfaces and knows how to shift and brake, etc. It's about 8 miles flat and has some turns and some small elevation changes.
This trail isn't maintained all that well and often there's a ton of pine down that makes for a very soft ride.
The trail has potential for much more if it were cleaned up a bit since it ties in with Manorville Hills. However, there's quite a different feel between these two trails so please don't think they are the same type of terrain and elevation.