Level: Easiest
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Fire Road
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +478/461 ft
Total: 32 riders
 

Mountain Biking Prince William Forest Park

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#244 of 286 mountain bike trails in Virginia
#11,803 in the world

go to rear of school. Trail starts on R-go through the Trailer lot. Once up mild incline the trail starts on L. Take Left on fire trail and start your adventure.

First added by ops152 on Jan 31, 2006. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
95 to exit 152, go towards Manassas on Rt 234 West-go approx 3 mile and park in Reid Elementary School parking lot.
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  • BestRidesDC   ✓ supporter
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    The park itself is an oasis. I give it 3 stars for two reasons: 1. This is a perfect park for a cross bike, and 2. This is a great place for families with kids - NOT for hard core off-road riders. Only one of the trails is open to bikes. Albeit it's a very short .25 miles long. It was built by IMBA and MORE a few years ago to show the park that sustainable mountain bike trails can be put in there. There is hope for future multi use trails, but for now, fire roads and the short trail I mention are it.

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  • jtorlando25
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    Was forced to go on a camping trip here with a Backpacking class I was enrolled in (stupid community college) so I brought my 29er. Long gravel roads with nothing much to see other than trees. There were a few lungbuster climbs but it was in gravel which needless to say, sucked. I guess it would be a good cyclocross path? It gets an overall "meh" from me.

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  • RappAttack
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    not sure why this is listed here, i have more fun on the power lines just down the road. best kept for hikers, wild life enthusiasts, and road bikers

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  • aaron.a.angell
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    Just an update to reiterate that these trails are just fire roads. All singletrack trails are hiking only. The forest is very scenic, but this is a ride for a family looking to have a good time and not a ride to challenge an experienced mountain biker.

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  • Lawmaster87
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    This trail goes straight through very pretty hardwood forest. However, it is not really a trail at all. This network consists of a few fire roads that have, as of early 2007, been freshly graveled with small to medium sized blue stone. This trail is definitely not single track and the surface is not ideal for mountain biking, but it does offer quick access for bikers in the area.

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