Review: I'm from TN so I'm a bit spoiled with my home trails but I was in this area for work so I checked them out...waste of time. Not marked well at all and no flow to anything. These trails need some serious TLC.
Review: Got about 6 miles total.For the most part fairly well built.Need more signs so you pick a direction to ride all the trails the first time.need more dips and humps and nicks to deflect the water.
Review: The trails look like they could use a little love but most of them were well marked and color coordinated with the map. I spent a little while exploring the place but once you get your bearings it isn't too difficult to navigate. All and all nothing too extravagant but definitely worth checking out if you're nearby.
Review: Road the trail again today. Still the trails are not clearly marked and there does not look as if there has been any improvement on the trails since I road them a couple of months ago. But that being said, I enjoyed my ride which was mostly under a thick canopy which keeps the heat down. It is single track with some minor obstacles to make it fun. I will continue to ride these trails of and on because they are fun.
Review: 4/17/16, I think I road the outer loop it is difficult to determine as the trails are not marked. There was some debris on the trails but hey, it was a beautiful day and I was riding in the woods. What could be better.
Review: My first Real MTB tracks. Been there twice and am getting used to it. Perimeter trail (red) is good for newbies (like me); climbs and some twisty singletrack. Yellow & blue have more variety and have their moments. Will return for skills work.
Review: Guys, If you give this 5 mile trail system 5 stars, then what do you give the world class trail systems out west? Or even some of the really good trails in the area like Fountainhead or the Watershed with countless miles of trail? Keep the ratings honest, this place is average at best. Every trail system can't be 5 stars