October 21, 2017
Fun place. Trails are dry and fast right now (10/21/2017), but can be loose in a few places coaxing your back end out on some turns. For me that's fun, but I guess it depends on your point of view LOL Just be ready for it if you hit the corners fast. To me this is an easier intermediate trail. Most of it is flowy single track with a few longer climbs but nothing you can't do if you just drop down into the right gear. A couple stream crossings that are fun. Some roots but nothing you can't do, a few downed trees but nothing an average rider shouldn't be able to get over, a few obstacles (mostly log piles) you can do if you want or go around, a few skinnies in one section, and can get loose in areas. Its a great trail system to ride for fun and for the rider that is beyond beginner trails and wants more of a challenge. For those beginning to ride and get better its a great trail system to be sure you can master before you move on to more technical trails. If you have more skills already, it can be fun by going all out, hitting obstacles and doing skinnies- a couple places you can get some air too- although nothing crazy. NOTE- hikers/walkers use trails too- so keep eyes open and be polite so we can continue to ride this place. Takes about 1.25-1.75 hours to ride all trails once, which will get you about 8 miles or so. But the trails are so interconnected and its a fairly small area so if you find a part you like its easy to hit it again as soon as you are done, or to hit trails other direction for a different experience. I got a pinch flat one time as far on other side of park as possible from my car (didn't have a spare that day) and took me about half hour to hike a bike back to car.
Smaller version of Rosaryville