Lincoln Parish Park

4.73 out of 5
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↑ 600 ft
↓ 600 ft
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Trail Description
About this trail
HELMETS ARE MANDATORY NOW. PLEASE FOLLOW THIS RULE TO RIDE HERE. Lincoln Parish Park boasts several miles of well maintained mountain bike trails including a lot of intermediate to advanced level technical trails. The scenery is great too. The park has several pic-nic areas and a small lake with a sandy beach and swimming area. They charge $2 per person to get into the park for the whole day. Winter hours are 9-5 7 days a week. Summer hours are usually 8 til dark. For more Information:The Park can be contacted at 318-251-5156. Contact:
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Q: Are dogs allowed on the trail? -linzwalley

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Reviews (32)

Granny Gear

November 20, 2017
Ccferrell Granny Gear  
Review: Fun, challenging trail for Louisiana standards


July 23, 2017
Review: Well maintained trail and a bargain for $2.00. There were plenty of people of all ages and skills. The trail does have some nice flowing sections with a little speed for fun. There are lots of cutbacks and roots to navigate, state parks frown on cutting almost anything. The trail is to be shared with runners and hikers. It is a beautiful and fun trail....come and enjoy the ride soon.

Similar Trail: Mt. Zion


July 7, 2017
Review: We drove out from Oklahoma to tour the best trails the south has to offer. I will say, Lincoln Parish did not disappoint! Well taken care of trails with endless flow and a sprinkle of man made objects to mix things up. The trails are well taken care of and well marked. The scenery was stellar; pine needles blanket the ground while trails flow in and out of the tree line, zipping around and over creek and water crossings. The trail runs fast and flowy, with a few technical features, but nothing a strong beginner or intermediate couldn't handle. Worth every bit of driving to see this place!


June 11, 2017
MaGabbs Gramcounter  
Review: Definitely the best trail in Louisiana and a fun ride for any skill level. This trail is rode clockwise, and ends with a big decent. Very flowy with a few good jumps and switchbacks. Suggest taking with as much speed as possible.


December 21, 2016
wfool Singletrack  
Review: I was in Shreveport for a few days and decided to make the trip to Ruston and try out this trail. It was very flowy. There were some climbs and descents. Overall it was a ton of fun.

Bunny Hop

July 24, 2016
Review: So... I decided to try this trail for the first time on the hottest day of the year on July 21st. I had a job in the area the next day, so I brought my bike along, and I do not regret that! Honestly, I'm not sure where the trail head starts, but I parked by the lake, and rode up the "Tree Trail" and found the "Creek Crossing," and dove right in. This trail is a challenge, especially if you are used to flow trails. A lot more roots, bumps, and climbing switch backs. But with great punishment, comes great rewards, as in long straight declines, and some fun drop offs. The heat killed me that day, I wasn't ready for 102 degrees and 87% humidity, but I had a blast. Will defiantly go out of my way, and try again. Cost 2$ for park entry, that gives you all day access. A nice touch is a bike wash station by the lake that you can hose off your bike, and muddy legs! To see my full ride...

Bunny Hop

October 25, 2015
SkiKaw99 Bunny Hop  
Review: I don't know if it gets much better than this in Louisiana, the trail is fun and beautiful scenery. There is a varying types of terrain with technical, downhills and jumps. Nothing too crazy or advanced, just a good ride. The beginner cuts make it easy to loop around to hit your favorite parts again and again.

Bunny Hop

September 5, 2015
succre Bunny Hop  
Review: Very nice trail. Beautiful scenery. Saw deer and squirrals.


June 8, 2015
Review: As stated by others, a great trail that includes a shorter loop for beginners. The full loop includes an abundance of roots, climbs, descents and creek crossings. Maybe the best maintained trail I have ridden. In addition to many directional signs there are caution signs before all salty areas. Ignore them at your own peril. The ride gets progressively tougher featuring some nice descents and climbs, including a stretch with a few switchbacks. Big fun!!!

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January 26, 2015
Review: Very easy trail. It's not to bad to ride all of if your a beginner and if you are intermediate you will find it mostly easy. Lots of short climbs. Very well maintained. If your advanced it may disappoint you. The park is clean and well kept.

Lincoln Parish Park MTB Trail 4.73 out of 5 based on 32 ratings. 32 user reviews.
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