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Level: Beginner
Length: 1 mi (1.6 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +104/110 ft
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Mountain Biking Orlando Mountain Bike Park

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#101 of 282 mountain bike trails in Florida
#8027 in the world

This small urban mountain bike park has been built at Lake Druid Park in a neighborhood close to downtown Orlando. The park includes a mountain bike area with a pump track, skills area with skinnies and wall ride, junior pump track and single track trail through the woods of approximately 1 mile of tight, twisty, but fairly easy trail. Beginner rated and great for kids, those getting started in the sport, and locals looking for some dirt.

The park is just getting started and plans for additional ST with more advanced options and skills area are planned for the future with more volunteer work.
Park news and info on volunteer days can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/Orlando-Mountain-Bike-Park-121589457912716/
Park Hours: 9 a.m. - half hour before sunset

First added by dcluley on May 11, 2020. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
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From State Rd 50 (Colonial Dr.) in Downtown Orlando, turn north on Coy Dr. The entrance to Lake Druid Park is at the end of the street. The Mountain Bike Park pump tracks and singletrack loops are in the northeast corner of the park. 899 Coy Drive Orlando, FL 32803
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  • Matthotchkiss
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    Didn't go back into the trail but took my little guy (4yo) out to the pump track to ride on his BMX. The pump track is good for his BMX but a bit small and tight for MTB. The track could deff use some upkeep as well but is packed nice and tight for the most part.

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  • AJGator64
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    Pump track is well built but very tight and built more for BMX. Trail is very short, lacks features, and you cannot get much speed going in any section. I would only suggest it if you have no other options.

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  • BillG55
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    Suggest changing map coordinates to coincide with Coy Dr. Current directions take you to Weber Str where there is no access to trail or parking. Also list location as Lake Druid Park. Bill from Virginia. Nice skills park. Trail is nice.

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  • tylerthehuman
    *****

    Pretty simple trail with some interesting paths. Rock garden is really neat. There is a lot of sugar sand in some areas that come from poor maintenance of the trail by some riders (not SORBA). Usually from clearing paths of leaves and other things that shouldn't be cleared.

    The pump track looks fun. I don't know how to ride pump tracks well, but this one looked well built.

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  • Kid's Mountain Biking
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    The only reason I'm rating this as an intermediate trail is because of all the roots. Other than that it's pretty much a smooth trail with obstacles like Log Over, Root Of All Evil, Ditch Of Doom, And Rock Garden, This trail has a pump track as well which is good for quick warmups or just for fun. This trail is about 5 minutes long and has plenty of switchbacks. I also found that the track is really smooth after a rainy day because the trail is really dry and packed.

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  • eltommyc
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    This fun-sized pump track and mtb skills area is tucked away in a neighborhood dog park near DT Orlando. You can hop onto the blue and yellow single track loops for some trail practice but they aren't very long. Pros are location and very kid friendly (can't get lost on this trail). Cons were 1 portable restroom, cranky dog moms, and toddler with RC cars on the pump track. This is far from being a trail system but rather something you'd use to teach your kids and keep you fresh for the weekend haul to your trail of choice. If you're not taking advantage of this in Orlando, you're missing out.

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  • infinitepower
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    It is a small approximately one mile single track trail with both easy and intermediate trails. The trails are pretty hardpack with some patches of sand, and a tons of roots. The trail is pretty flat with no ascents or descents.
    The intermediate trails are somewhat easy (coming from a beginner) with a short rock garden and a small descent down a rock formation.
    They also have a pumptrack with some decent obstacles to warm up on at the trail head.
    For an experienced rider with more advanced skills, this trail would be too easy. But for a novice rider like my self that lives in Kissimmee with trails easily an hour away, this is a good track to build skills and confidence.

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  • Michael Howell
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    Very short and very easy track. Very small and difficult to reach a fun speed due to all the bumps being too close to each other. Decent Singletrack that had a fun rock section, but other than that a short trail. Don't spend too much time here or travel far for this trail.

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  • Comeauxn712
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    This place is alot of fun! The mountain bike course is a little under a mile with lots of switchbacks and some fun rock and root features. There's a technical loop and some great BMX/pump tracks as well. Great spot to spend a day!

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  • WickedWylee
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    This place is overall, built for beginners but it's tons of fun! Free all day, and closes 30min before sundown. Also has a public bike tuning stand.

    Pump track is awesome, multiple lines that switch in and out of sections. All clay track that is well maintained and hard packed. Decent 2-4ft burms. There is also a few wood plank sections that will test your balance. The wall ride is a little warped to allow you to pump through it so don't expect to rail it lol. There is a small pump track built for the little ones off to the side of the main track.

    The wooded trail is tight and technical in some spots. It does split about halfway to allow for intermediates to hone their skills on some small but decent features. Clay burms and a few small pump sections built into the trail, too.

    Overall a fun place. Can't wait to ride again.

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  • Will Santana
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    A short easy single track with some small obstacles. I suggest it for anyone who lives in the area and can't make it to the other larger trails. Its also good for an afternoon workout and to practice your turning in speed runs.

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  • dcluley
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    This park is just getting started. . . Awesome to have a place to ride some tight twisty ST close to Downtown Orlando. It is only going to get better!

    Plans are to keep adding to the park as more people help out and ride here. It is small, but can get better and better over time. Great for kids getting into the sport or just a quick cruise from downtown area for a couple of laps on dirt.

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