July 3, 2016
This is a great place to ride. The single tracks are seemingly endless. There is a good variety of both up and down hill, without anything too steep.
My favorite spot on the trail is the "pines", the ground is covered in a carpet of needles and is quite picturesque.
There is nothing man made in here, this is the best natural mountain biking around this area, with a good variety of roots, and fallen trees to navigate over.
Was just on the trail on July 1st, and the trails do have quite a bit of debris, but that didn't hold us back from doing the 30K loop.
I found the signage to be better this year than in past, but even if you don't go with a GPS, the single track will eventually lead to a fire trail, and you can get back to the parking lot fairly easily from there.
If you don't like crowded areas, this is the place for you. Just prepare yourself for the incredible amount of poison ivy - as long as your protected, your ok.