Reimers Ranch Park

4.00 out of 5
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↑ 900 ft
↓ 1,500 ft
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About this trail
This has fast tracks, expert with some technical and beginner and intermediate. Fun for the whole family! This is a charge at the gate now that the county has taken it over.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (15)


March 20, 2018
DonD512 Gramcounter  
Review: Good for beginners, NOT so much fun for advanced riders due to lack of features, no elevation, few trees, too hot during summer.

Granny Gear

December 9, 2017
psittacid Granny Gear  
Review: Love the trails- lots of variety and easy to pick level of difficulty. They have done controlled burns and the beginner trail is especially beautiful- native Texas grasses and scattered oak motts. Ride it slow enough to enjoy. It's classic Texas Hill Country.


June 20, 2017
Review: I love the blue and black area. tip of the day go early to avoid the heat. the park is hardly any shaded. I will start at 8 am is best. It is getting pretty hot in summer. after the ride go to pool area for a dip to cool down is pretty awesome. the parking lot just on the right from where the headtrail mountain bike paking lot.


May 23, 2017
Dex Gnarly  
Review: Nice flowing one way single track and the wooden pump track was a nice surprise!

Similar Trail: Dana Peaks


February 10, 2016
seadart Gramcounter  
Review: I want my $10 back. There are better places to ride an hour drive from ATX (think Pace Bend, or Rocky Hill). Best experienced if you have friends climbing here and want to he a multi sport day in. There is some topography, but like most Texas trail features are wasted with 90° turns before or after them. The 'descent' is a straight fast line with almost nothing to do. The pasture you have to ride back to the car is long, flat and tedious. Bring your cyclocross bike for a better experience.

Bunny Hop

September 21, 2015
bsimons Bunny Hop  
Review: This is an overall great park. There is a nice 4 mile beginner loop that works for a good warmup. When you string that together with the normal trail that follows the expert trail and race loop, you get about 18 miles. There is a little everything - Rocky climbs, flat twists and turns, chunky rock, rocky climbs, a few small drops, rocky climbs, tight technical ledgy areas, did I mention rocky climbs? Oh, don't forget the rattlesnakes!

There is also a great wooden pump track (yes, wooden), fantastic facilities including a most wonderful outdoor shower head to rinse the dirt off and cool down. The pavilion makes for a wonderful place to eat a post ride lunch. All in all, a gem of the Austin hill country.

Similar Trail: Pace Bend Park or Barton Creek Greenbelt


January 4, 2013
gregval Gnarly  
Review: This is really a set of trails, from novice to expert. ID'ed as green to black.
Make sure you get a detailed trail map when you pay your $10 day fee.
While the black trails had hike-a-bike spots quite frequently on that loop, the blues were pretty "flowy".
The green loop is mostly a flat smooth flowy trail on a ridge top, but fun if you move along quickly.
If you like flowy singletrack, this is a great park; just skip the black sections.

Granny Gear

January 27, 2012
banzairx7 Granny Gear  
Review: I really disliked the trails here. They were ridiculously rocky and had zero flow. Maybe my idea of a fun trail is very different from others. There were a lot of times you'd be cranking up a hill make a tight turn only to be faced with an 18" ledge or a pile of roots. It just made the majority of the trail a slow grinder. I bailed out after six miles. It just wasn't fun at all.

Granny Gear

September 7, 2010
Darren_ Granny Gear  
Review: I was really excited to finally make it out and give this trail a shot and I was not dissappointed. This trail provided everything you could ask for. I spent the first hour or so riding the more difficult trails, which consisted of some nice climbs and drops. After I was a little tired I took a nice break and rode the 8 mile novice loop. It was a nice loop and great to be so secluded in the Texas hill country. Can't wait to go back. Do not forget to bring plenty of water and a snack.

* Review edited 9/7/2010

Similar Trail: Slaughter Creek, Walnut Creek


February 4, 2010
cjm Gramcounter  
Review: A solid trail with some "Very Difficult" obstacles to climb. The low grade and limited vertical, common on most central Texas trails, produce nice flow through out the ride. Overall, the trail fits the "More Difficult" definition. Only a few obstacles force a higher rating. The cheese wedges through out the park give the trail a bit zest that might otherwise be missing. Reimers Ranch is a solid place to take a rider ready for more technical riding. They can see what can be done without being overwhelmed. Competent riders will find the ride enjoyable with a few spots to dial weaker skills.

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