This trail was closed in March 2017 at the request of the land owner.
Miller's Meadow features 5.1 miles of tight wooded singletrack, open fields, multiple creek crossings, bridges, concrete slabs, roots, elevated bridge, some jumps, minimal elevation change, hedge-apples, urban artifacts, and bobcats. Although there are no major obstacles or serious challenges to Millers, it is fast in many sections and proves to be hazardous to even experienced riders that might have a lapse of situational awareness.
The trail runs opposite directions on certain days. Runners always run against the bike direction. Helmets are required at all times at the property owner's request. Millers Meadow is also the site of many events, such as the annual Millers Meadow Monster Mash (M4) ride that is 20 laps, or 100 miles, long. Visit M4ride.blogspot.com for more information. Also, local bike shops have had Demo Days at Millers, to allow riders to test ride many bikes that we can't afford. :)
This trail is maintained by Kansas Singletrack Society. Go to KSSingletrack.com and select the About KSS tab to report a trail issue.