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Level: Beginner
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +161/174 ft
Total: 37 riders
 

Mountain Biking Indian Camp Creek

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#132 of 165 mountain bike trails in Missouri
#11,280 in the world

THIS TRAIL HAS SEVERAL SINGLE TRACK SECTIONS NETWORKED TOGETHER TO MAKE AN 8 MI LOOP. THE LOWER SECTIONS BY THE CREEK ARE GREAT FOR BEGINERS. THERE ARE SOME VERY NICE DOWN HILL RUNS THAT ARE FAST AND TIGHT THROUGH WOODS. THIS IS A SHARED TRAIL SO BE ON THE WATCH FOR HORSES. OVER ALL THIS IS A FUN TRAIL AND NOT TO HARD FOR BEGINERS, BUT CHALLENGING.

First added by VIPER on Aug 10, 2009. Last updated May 9, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
GO NORTH ON HIGHWAY 40/61 FROM I70, ABOUT 6MI TO DIETRIC RD, MAKE A LEFT. 1MI AND PARK IS ON RIGHT.
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  • Midmoab
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    I would say this trail makes you earn the moments of actual mountain bike track. Admittedly it is difficult to ride a trail for the first time without being a bit unfairly critical of finding the best parts. . .I rode the entire trail and of the 7 or so miles went back to re-ride about 3 miles. Much of the trail, especially on the northern edge is flat and wide with little for obstacle or even flow. The Toth trail is really an equestrian access point that is 8-10 feet wide and can be avoided for biking. The best portions are toward the interior, upper portions of the park among the trees. The Flint Ridge trail is probably the best, sustained portion I found [I rode this short section three times and in both directions]. Directly south of this portion of the trail, and across the road is a portion of the Cannon Trail that is also fun, flowey, and even a bit pumpy in sections. It is really short though. I also rode this section three times. With all of this said, this is a beautiful park and the scenery is wonderful. The trails were well maintained and easy to follow. I would recommend almost all of this park for beginner riders.

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  • 11lance77
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    This is a great trail for people to learn on. The bottoms are pretty flat with a couple dips. Good to take the kids on. The trails up the hill get more technical and fun. Nothing hard though. The person who said it was "flat as a pancake" must not have gotten out of the bottoms. And the "creek' in parentheses? It is Indian Camp Creek FFS. First time seeing a creek or what?

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  • CFM   ✓ supporter
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    Rode this on a beautiful fall day. I followed the Cannon Loop Trail most of the way around the park with a brief loop along the creek. At first I thought the trail might be pretty boring because it started in the flats. But once it went into the woods it got much more interesting. It looks like this trail gets fairly heavy horse traffic and some low spots that hold water in the flat section showed some damage. But most of the trail in the wooded areas are holding up well. I'm glad I went out of my way a little to ride here.

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  • arkcomatt
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    Recent heavy rains, horses on trail, and roots combine to make this trail a pretty rough ride.
    There are multiple trails linked. Cannon loop trail is the longest. A big part of the trails are pretty flat in river bottom area.
    Good trails for beginners. Trails are not difficult.

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  • oldiebutnewbie
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    trail never bores. got your flats through the woods, your meadow rides, your high speeds through the woods, and your rock and root surprises. a lot of variety for the area and a lot of fun.

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  • Stl_Greaser   ✓ supporter
    Reviewing Cannon trail:
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    This trail completely surrounds the park and other trails. It is a fun packed trail with fast and flowing turns and a few technical features that will challenge newer riders. There is little elevation change so very single speed friendly. Go getcha some!

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  • Stl_Greaser   ✓ supporter
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    This is a good trail for experienced riders an new riders alike. There are easy sections and more chalening sections. It is a good trail for a new rider to get some miles in and start working on some of the technical skills that will bring your riding to a new level. Enjoyable trail all around. Bring lots of bug spray in the late spring to early autum for the ticks though!

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  • ****

    This trail is great for beginners and advanced riders alike. They have added some trail since original post. Ride it fast and it can be challenging, take it easy and it can be very enjoyable. Just watch out for horse droppings!

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  • VIPER
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    FUN FOR EXPERANCED RIDERS AND CHALLENGING SECTIONS FOR BEGINERS

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