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Level: Beginner
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +247/236 ft
Total: 25 riders
 

Mountain Biking Red Rock

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#73 of 282 mountain bike trails in Florida
#3653 in the world

The red rock mountain bike trail is a meandering 10 mile trail through the Juniper Creek Primitive Area in Blackwater State Forest. Trail blazes are marked with yellow.

Trail map can be found at http://porc.org/localtrails.htm

For more information, please see the Blackwater Blog at https://redrockmtb.wordpress.com/

First added by wrekinrak25 on Apr 24, 2020. Last updated Apr 24, 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
From Milton, take Munson HWY/County Rd 191 north for 11.5 miles and turn right on Red Rock Rd. Proceed 3.2 miles on Red Rock Rd and park at the Juniper Creek dirt parking lot. The trailhead is just before a smaller bridge and is marked with a 4x4 post.

GPS coordinates are 30.785118, -86.891813
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  • outlander   ✓ supporter
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    The other reviews described the trails well. There is enough elevation change to make this a fun place to ride. We parked just over the bridge north of the trailhead as there was more room. There was no cell service on Verizon on the trails.

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  • Chris Zapletal
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    Just starting out in MTB and this is the second trail I have been on. It was a little challenging here and there, but overall it was a lot of fun. The paths were easy to follow, the environment was nice, and it was well balanced in terms of difficulty. Not being to hard to manage for any long periods. I live locally so I will definitely be back.

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  • rick417
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    Really enjoyed riding this trail. It is a little narrow at times due to encroaching flora, but nothing too bad. We did stop a few times and do a little clearing of brush that limbs that had fallen. Overall, this is very rideable for beginners. There are a some parts the beginner may find challenging. The leg out to the serpentine/juniper loop has the most climb, but not that bad really. Once on the loop, you will find beautiful hardwood and pine forest, and some natural open spaces that meander easily over about 7 miles. Rode counter clockwise at the loop and had no trouble following the yellow blazes painted on the trees. The intersections are marked with big wooden signs that were in good condition and very visible.

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