Length: 2.8 mi (4.5 km)
Elevation: +31/ -32 ft
Total: 9 riders
Mountain Biking Matt Community Park
#190 of 397 mountain bike trails in Georgia
Trail head is across from ball field #4 at the back of the park. A paved sidewalk leads down to the trail head with map/trail info. This is a multi-use trail, 4-5ft wide throughout. Bike and foot traffic travel in opposite directions, with direction (CW/CCW) depending on the day of the week. Rerouted in 2022, trails consist of a 2.5 mile main loop with a 0.3 mile lead-in from the parking lot. The loop passes through open fields, forest, and circles a lake. Grades approach 10 degrees, but most are gentle and none are sustained for more than a few tenths of a mile.
First added by Jeff Barber on May 14, 2018. Last updated Mar 6, 2023. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: yes
- Lift service: no
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: no
- Restrooms: yes
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: yes
- Fee required: no
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Park entrance is at 6555 Wallace Tatum Road, Cumming, GA. After entering the park, turn right and go past all of the ball fields, tennis courts, and playgrounds. The entrance to the trail is in the southernmost corner of the park.
Great loop for beginners or for locals who are trying to get in a few miles during the week. Well maintained.Thank |
it is ok , small easy, good for very beginnersThank |
nice , easy , short, cute trailThank |
haw creek is more fun/challenging
A wide, multi-use trail. Suitable for beginners, children, or first timers. Rode 3 miles and did a surprising amount of pedaling considering the small amount of elevation change. A few roots, 2 deep run off dips, and one wooden bridge are the features. Managed to get both wheels off the ground one time on the red trail, but nearly got clotheslined by a low branch immediately after. The map refers to the blue trail as an out and back, but it does loop back in after crossing the new bridge near the pond. I stooped here're after riding at a nearby trail. I wouldn't make a special trip for this one.Thank |
Easy flowing singletrack, great for beginners or those interested in a pretty ride without many challenges. The trail is wide in most places, which is helpful when encountering hikers. The stacked loop system is well marked, although those without much experience may have a hard time discerning where to go when the trail crosses some of the old Jeep trails. The park itself is very well maintained and has a great deal of parking available, as well as new restroom facilities. As a side note, the non-cyclists that we encountered both in the trail and elsewhere in the park were all extraordinarily friendly.Thank |