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Level: Easiest
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +618/404 ft
Total: 20 riders
 

Mountain Biking Langdale Park Trail System

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#315 of 397 mountain bike trails in Georgia
#11,755 in the world

The Best place to ride in south Ga. The park consist of Main Double track trails A-I that lead off into single track trails. Most of the single track are unmarked and can be pretty technical, but there are others along the river that are pretty mild.

First added by Mrwinkle on Jun 10, 2011. Last updated Apr 28, 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
From I-75 Exit 22 take North Valdosta Rd going into the city, turn right on Hyta Mederer Dr. into the Entrance of Langdale Park and Volia!
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Valdosta, Georgia

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  • Faith Brodkorb
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    Severely neglected. More like...what trails? Even the road to the trailhead was washed out. I didn't think my 4-wheel-Drive SUV would get through some of the ruts. Could be fun with a lot of maintenance.

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  • LowDawg
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    Trail could be more enjoyable. It needs a bit of a bush hog to clean up the trails.

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  • trc_ceo
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    The park itself isn't closed but the trails may as well be. It the words of my President "place is a shithole"

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    Unkempt and overgrown. No singletrack here. Barely a workout.

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  • Travis Putnam
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    Rode this trail system today is not bad lots of roots and banana spiders but probably the best down here in Valdosta

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  • Andr0id
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    Easy mtb/running trails in south GA. Watch out for roots, bugs, water, and kids making out in cars. It's all in what you make of it. Bridges are in ok shape. Trail markers are still kinda visable. Good for quick rides after work.

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  • OldmanMTBiker
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    This trail is deplorable and because of ramp disrepair and no trail maintenance it is also dangerous. The city of Valdosta should be embarrassed. The bugs are horrendous as the other review stated as well. Has potential, too bad could be a great recreational opportunity for the city. Oh well they'll never learn.

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  • limetownjack
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    Barely worth riding even if you live nearby as it's maybe 2-3 miles of "trail". Hasn't been maintained in quite some time and the bugs alone almost made this unrideable. IF you go, go early in the morning or wait until fall/winter. NOT technical at all and poorly marked. * Review edited 7/1/2012

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  • Nittamo

    Will Valdosta City get mad if we modify this stuff at all? With berm and skinnys. I am just cursious. I rode their about 4 years ago because I was just new to hear and was living at The Links and it sucked.

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  • Mrwinkle
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    This review is for the parks main trail system, as we start to cut more and name the trails we will do individual reviews on each trail. Trust me there are some trails in the park that are not for the inexperienced ;)* Review edited 6/11/2011* Review edited 6/11/2011

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