Length: 15 mi (24.1 km)
Total: 6 riders
Mountain Biking Horseshow Bend Park Trail Network
#64 of 112 mountain bike trails in New Jersey
From the official website:http://www.kingwoodtownship.com/parks#Horseshoe Bend Park
Horseshoe Bend Park offers sweeping vistas of the Delaware River Valley, rolling hills, forested ravines and pristine streams, and offers habitat to many wildlife species. The 552-acre park, to be jointly owned, managed and maintained by Kingwood Township and the NJ DEP Division of Parks and Forestry, offers a venue for horseback riders, hikers, mountain bikers, bird watchers, and others who favor the peace and tranquility of nature. It includes a 10,000-square-foot event center, leash free dog area, and seven miles of trails. Download an Overview Map of the Park and Surrounding Area http://www.kingwoodtownship.com/KT_ParksRec/ParkMaps/HBP - Overview Map 1 to 4800 RD 3.30.2016.pdf
This preserved tract, located off Horseshoe Bend Road, is adjacent to some 500 hundred acres of open space and preserved farmland, resulting in creation of a more than 800-acre green space and farm corridor in western Kingwood Township.
First added by 2jka on Oct 12, 2016. Last updated Apr 21, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: yes
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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178 Horseshoe Bend Road
Frenchtown, NJ 08825
From Route 202
>Take US-202 to the traffic circle that intersects with route 202, route 31, and route 12.
>Exit the traffic circle onto route 12 west and continue on route 12 west for 8.5 miles. Be sure to stay on 12 when crossing the 3 subsequent circles after route 202.
>Turn left onto Kingwood road (Hunterton County route 519 south) at The Corner Store and continue south for 1.3 miles.
>Turn right onto Spring Hill road and continue 1.7 miles until it terminates at the Horseshoe Bend Park parking area.
Note that missing the turn onto Kingwood road or Spring Hill road is okay. Horseshoe Bend touches the park and connects Kingwood road and Route 12 and intersects Spring Hill road. If you miss either of those turns just continue to Horseshoe Bend road.
Only internediate for the many long climbs. Better for hiking than MTB. No real flow. Muddy. Pretty woods.Thank |