New Quarter Park

--
SHARES
  
AVERAGE RATING
****
4.25 out of 5
View Topo Map

Intermediate
5
miles

Singletrack
↑ 800 ft
↓ 700 ft
83
elevation (ft)

Loop
Trail Description
About this trail
This is a great trail, there are plenty of technical areas, and for the more intermediate riders there are plenty of obstacles ranging from small to large. Trail is very well maintained, and at the trailhead a small but fun elevated platform to navigate through.
A must ride for everyone!
added by sionnachGramcounter
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
Directions to Trailhead
Get Directions
loading...
Create a free Singletracks account to get directions to this trail.

Trail Q&A
Rider Questions
 

0

Q: A few of the most recent comments talk about the man-made features being removed. Have they been rebuilt and reinstalled, or are the trails still empty? If the features are still removed from the trails, for what reason? -kreeshill

No answers yet.

Answer

 
Please login or create an account to ask a question.
Recommended Trails
Recommended Trails
Lake Lawtonka Trails
Local Info & Nearby Trails
Trail Check-ins
Trail Check-ins
what's this?
Recent Trail Check-ins     (54 total check-ins)
  Brett Barber   3 weeks ago
  Brett Barber   3 weeks ago
  jbdodge87   on Jul 11, 2017
  Sheriff_Sean   on Jul 9, 2017
  A. Ingram   on Jul 2, 2017
Photo & Video Gallery (14)
Trail Photos & Videos (14)
 
Reviews (18)
 

Granny Gear

May 20, 2017
 
Review: Great singletrack with a nice flow throughout. Easy climbing for beginner/intermediate riders like me. You can start at the trailhead located adjacent to the main parking area or you can park near the entrance and access the trail at one of the numerous emergency exits located off the paved walking trail. With removal of the wooden TTFs, I would like to see some tabletop jumps added. Looking to join the local MTB club this summer and volunteer some build and maintenance time.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Granny Gear

October 11, 2016
Swade Granny Gear  
 
Review: I was bummed to hear the platforms and other man made features shown in the pictures have been removed as of 6 months ago according to one of the park employees. Otherwise a really fun, well designed trail that utilizes the topography well with some good downhills. Can be footy at times but plenty of smooth parts too. There is one ramp/drop at the beginning

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Granny Gear

May 24, 2016
dag2heaven Granny Gear  
 
Review: Pretty good trail. Little difficult for me, but it was my first trail ride. The husband seemed to like it though. If we ever come visit again we will try it out once more. I was looking forward to all of the wooden man made obstacles, but they were all torn down and laying in the parking lot.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Granny Gear

April 21, 2016
MilkyWhite Granny Gear  
 
Review: Sweet trail very flowy. Mostly smooth Rooty in places One loop can be done in 40 minutes(if your not me) to an hour (me) Great place to squeeze in a ride( especially while on vacation with family)

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Granny Gear

August 13, 2015
 
Review: Really fun trail. Flows very smoothly. The only downside was the truly unbelievable number of spiders and webs I rode through. Wear eye pro for sure and keep your mouth closed lol.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Granny Gear

July 6, 2015
 
Review: A very fun park to ride.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Bunny Hop


July 12, 2014
BillG55 Bunny Hop  
 
Review: Most folks start the trail by driving all the way in to the end of the road. Go around the circle, park and the entrance to the trail is on the right by one of the covered picnic tables. Not sure of the distance but there is an option for a longer version of the trail. Some roots and logs but nothing an intermediate can't handle, a beginer might be intimidated but just walk around. Hills are all climable by most new riders.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Doubletrack


July 26, 2012
MTBCrash29 Doubletrack  
 
Review: Disappointed....That I didn't have enough time in the day to do this trail several times after I finished the first loop. This is one sweet trail and a great ride! I could not get enough of this trail! It has an amazing layout, with perfect climb to decent ratios. If there is one trail to visit in the area it is this one! We arrived early (0545) and the park gates were closed, ut there are so many ways to enter the trail that you do not need to actually hit the trailhead. But if you start at the actual trail head, there is an amazing technical course for experts. The trail is well marked with plenty of options for the experienced rider to take the technical route versus the smoother flow. It all meets back with each other in a short distance, so if a ride with several friends splits at a TTF, they will not get separated too far. I was crunched for time so I could only ride once. Even in the rain it was an amazing ride. That kept us from hitting the technical obsticles but thats ok. If you go early like we did, you will eat plenty of spiders, they are everywhere. Again, I could go on and on about how amazing this trail was, i absolutley loved it. I hit a few trails in the area this weekend, and wish I skipped some of them just to hit this one again. A sweet flow and amazing layout make this a must on my list of trails to come back to. Now, there is another sweet trail in Williamsburg that is not yet listed on this website, i plan on adding it soon. I will call it Clover Leaf Trail because that is how it was described to me. It is another amazing trail. I think it is a local gem and not too many know aout it, so I hope to not spoil it for anyone. Monticello Ave, near the intersection of Ironbound Road. Park at the Panera Bread and ride down Monticello against traffic for about 1/4 mile, the trail starts in the woodline on the left, you cant miss it. You must visit the BIKE BEAT, located about 1/2 mile up the road from this trail. A great staff and wonderful shop, amazing mechanics and a true heart for mountain biking, they were helpful and guided me to these two amazing trails.

Similar Trail: A local gem not yet named or listed that I will add called Clover Leaf Trail, just off of Montecello Ave down from the intersection of Ironbound Rd. In Williamsburg, VA

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Bunny Hop

July 12, 2012
sweetp Bunny Hop  
 
Review: One mans roof is another mans floor. A WONDERFUL trail. A truly pure xc experience with fast flowy singletrack for the cardio enabled. No climbing to speak of, but delicious rolling terrain. One of the best designed and layed out trails I have ridden. Especially well crafted switchbacks. EVMA does nice work for sure. Flowy, rooty bliss. Not a technical trail at all, but a really impressive skills area is at the entrance to the trail. Probably not for the total beginner (i.e never been on a trail) but great for trail ragers. I am from Ohio and was here on vacation. This served as my morning ride while visiting. Bikes Unlimited was also a great bike shop and very friendly.

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No



Granny Gear

May 26, 2012
 
Review: This trail is NOT for beginners and isn't very "intermediate", either. The off-road mountain bike trail is named "Redoubt Run" and is NOT for beginners. Some of the trail is very tight in spots and trees are very close.

* Review edited 5/31/2012

ReplyWas this helpful? Yes | No


New Quarter Park MTB Trail 4.25 out of 5 based on 18 ratings. 18 user reviews.
Trail Conditions
Trail Conditions          < / > embed
Loading...