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Level: Intermediate
Length: 7 mi (11.3 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: -
Total: 15 riders

Mountain Biking Maurice River Bluffs Nature Preserve

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#44 of 112 mountain bike trails in New Jersey
#3,400 in the world

After being a hiking trail that tolerated bikes for far too long, a bike friendly trail is being constructed. There is about 6 miles ready to ride so far with a few more being added before it's officially open. You can ride now on the northern sections that are marked with orange or pink flagging. It's not the toughest, nor is it the easiest so keep your wits about you and be safe.

First added by searsandrewj on Jan 2, 2013. Last updated May 3, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • 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 north: rt55 south to rt47south to rt49west to county rd 555south(brandriff ave)follow about 3 miles to trailhead on left
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Mountain Bike Trails Near Millville, New Jersey

Intermediate | 6 mi

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  • mufaka

    For Southern Jersey, it doesn't get any better than this. The new trails are complete with a few connectors and feature being added in. The trail building has done an excellent job with the elevation that is here. The trails are technical and tight, and loaded with punchy climbs. Tons of fun and a great workout. Definitely an intermediate trail. I wouldn't say they are for beginners, but you have to learn somewhere!

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    *its 100% changed/new any reviews pre 2017 no longer apply and none of the photos are from the mountain bike trails (I added some new ones)

    several miles of tight twisty single track constantly going up and down rollers and steep chutes. The trail has several optional log piles and skinnies and new ones pop up after every scheduled work day. I think its only 9-10 miles of trail but feels like much more and you can run loops in either direction then link it together in a figure eight getting 15-17 that feel completely different. Really amazing what they have done with limited space and elevation.

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  • jmeyerle

    This a great place to rip around if visiting the area or live nearby. I had a great time with the family, since it's mostly flat and not technical. I recommend the red,blue, white and yellow trails, they have some hike a bike up steps but not bad and some are ride able depending on skill and fitness.

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  • fatdad

    Went there today and had the place to ourselves. Just getting into the sport and had a great time beginning to break the bike and my body in. Rained yesterday yet very few wet places today. Trails were well marked overall and had little to no difficulty sorting out where we were and where we were heading.

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  • bcottrellthompson

    This may be one of the most technical trails we have in South Jersey. It has a few small but steep climbs, log overs, tight spots to manage and plenty of fun!

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  • ***

    Tight singletrack, mostly flat with small elevations here and there. There are some obstacle and couple of jumps on the red and white trails. There are couple of log to ride and go over. Some trails have stairs. Total mileage is approximately 5-6. Nice beach you can swim in on the white trail. Sandy in some of the areas.

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  • finmgr

    Went here for the first time today. Not bad if you live in the area. Its a short trail, but ok to hit this trail if you live in the Vineland/Millville area. I wouldnt drive any distance to go here. Nice alternative to Parvins.

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