May 28, 2019
These trails are close to where I live, so I had to check them out. I was pleasantly surprised. The trail system is pretty easy to figure out, although they have not yet updated the maps with some newly added sections. They have something for most riding levels and seem to be building new trails every year. I especially like that they don't stay closed very long after rain, which is why I opted for the yearly membership ($40). They also let me pay the daily fee my first time out ($10) and simply took that off the membership fee. //////////////////////////////////////////////
8/9/19 Edit: I had to knock a couple stars off my review after my past few times out here. Trails have been getting more and more overgrown throughout the season. Now to be fair, there was a recent storm that rolled through, so I will overlook the numerous downed trees and large limbs throughout the trail system but that storm did not cause the severe overgrowth on the trail system.
The overgrowth really took away from a trail system with SO MUCH potential. Having to stop to pick grass out of your drivetrain and getting constantly whipped on your legs and even in the face gets pretty old pretty quick. If this was a public trail and volunteer maintained I wouldn't be complaining, I would be out weed wacking but this is the most expensive trail system in the area at $10/day or $40/year. I don't plan on returning until the fall or if I hear conditions improve.
Now I don't like to complain about problems without offering solutions, so here is my pitch: Have a trail maintenance day once a month and offer free / reduced memberships for those who attend.