About 4 miles of winding single track. Most of the trail dries relatively quickly, but some of the lowlands on the red trail cam remain muddy. There is a bypass around most of the muddied areas.
Enter the doubletrack by the playground and the trail starts on your right shortly into the woods. Keep the flags on your right to ride the loop in one direction, and reverse with them on your left. Easy to follow.
Review: Great trail, one long trail that's divided into several shorter ones, nothing too technical, there are bypasses for the more advanced stuff, and an obstacle course at the end, seems to mostly dry out quickly.
Review: Great trail. Not real technical but a lot of good features that make it a lot of fun. Never far from the trail head so you can easily do the loop and then do other portions if you want a little longer than the 4 mile loop. Will marked and very easy to follow.
Review: There is something fun here for everybody. New riders will appreciate that there is nothing too technical and that difficult features have ride-arounds. Advanced riders will enjoy the flow with interspersed obstacles to spice things up a bit.
Review: Exactly what everyone here says. Nice flow. Quick. Easy obstacles. A lot of fun. Keep flags on right. Really one big long intertwined trail. Only short coming is Just over 4 miles. Hard to get lost.
Review: A lot of fun packed into a small space. Well built and designed. The more technical obstacles are avoidable and a few of the more challenging are marked with caution signs (again avoidable). Starting with red flags - keep the flags to your right and have fun.
Review: Very flowy singletrack I was very impressed with the work that was put in to making the trail so smooth. All obstacles are avoidable. There are certain sections dedicated to skills training and other sections with fast flowy trails