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Very free flowing trail, allows for lots of speed. A few hills and a little loose sand. Loops on both north and south of Stanton St.
Good for beginners and up. A fun little ride
This is a nice place to ride, very scenic with well marked loops and some fastdown hills. Overall the path is very wide and not technical or difficult, there are no real obstacles although there are a few sandy patches. There are hiking trails and equestrian trails that cross the path, the north side of the road has more flat terrain with less scenic surroundings.
Very easy trail shared with hikers and criss-crosses with equestrian trails. Very well marked and maintained. Family friendly and popular trail, lots of people out walking. Trails are about 10' wide and very flat. You could drive the family minivan over them. This is more of a trail you would take your kids to than a serious mountain biking trail. I would rate this 5 stars for taking the family out for a walk, it's a beautiful trail, just not a very challenging mountain bike trail.
5' wide trail throughout...very flat. No challenge at all yet nice for kids or an easy ride
This really isn't a mountain bike trail. It is a 30 yard wide path thru the woods designed for cross country skiing. There is a lot of sand. Almost no technical features. Great park for cross country skilng and sledding. The last time I try to bike it. Riley Trails is most similar- but better. Bass River is much better.
Look for the designated hiking/biking trails, not the horse trails which are full of sand. The loop north of Stanton St. is flat. The loop south of Stanton St. has a few hills and meanders around the creek and is a lot of fun. Several patches of sand, most you can ride thru or around. Scenic and a great park to ride.
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