Level: Beginner
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: -
Total: 14 riders

Mountain Biking Lake Cammack

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#301 of 531 mountain bike trails in North Carolina
#11286 in the world

This is a very tight, twisting and highly aerobic trail. Many log crossings, rooty climbs and several added rock drops, bridges, and drop ins. It is brand new and still soft due to not ridden in yet. This trail also drains very rapidly so if it rains in the morning, you can ride in the afternoon.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
Hwy 62 north leaving burlington city limits for about 5 miles to Crossroads at the 5 points Shell stoplight and make a left on to Altamahaw Union Ridge road. Follow this for about 5 miles till you come to Lake Cammack marina. Turn left into the marina and follow the road to the parking lot. There will be a guard house with a map and trail direction to follow. You will need to sign a waiver and then follow the access road behind the building for about .8 mile to the trail head. You will cross the singletrack trail 2 times on your way to the entrance so stay on the access road until it completely ends.
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Open (on Jan 5, 2013)
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  • 2crank

    not much has changed since the last review, it is a decently kept trail, it certainly is tight in spots, not much flow due to hairpin turns and a few big roots and such. Fairly easy to follow, just a so-so trail, not worth a long trip (I drove from High Point just to try something different). It doesn't look ridden much, mostly walked, so not as smooth as other trails (even on a full squishy it would not be as smooth or flowing). Bottom line: May not be a bad after work ride if you live/work withing 10-15 minutes, otherwise, IMO not worth the trip.

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  • tedderbo

    if you're looking at the lake, i only rode on the trails on the right side of the road. and yes they are good little climbs and log hops, but i wouldn't make a special trip all the way out there justfor these trails. it was a lot further from burlington than i thought, and i'd frankly justrather ride chapel hill or crabtree. don't forget to sign the liability waiver....nice old man inside. -my +'s are that it was all elevation change, there was never a spot for cruising. really tight and a good workout.

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