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Level: Intermediate
Length: 25 mi (40.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +1,115/ -997 ft
Total: 56 riders

Mountain Biking Robinson state park

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#26 of 221 mountain bike trails in Massachusetts
#2,116 in the world

Awesome park for 2 hour ride

good network of trails that vary from technical to fly down at 40 mph smooth downhills. watch out for trick trails that arent really trails and go off of cliffs. hahahaha

First added by searsandrewj on Jan 1, 2003. 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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  • #IAmSpecialized

    Intermediate with a lot of advance sections. Lots of opportunity here, unfortunately the trail is a network of complex unmarked Trail sections that requires you to stop and try to figure out where to next. This Trail is ideal for local people that have time to get familiar with the trail in order to maximize the ride. If you are not a local good luck trying to find somebody that will let you ride with them or give you guidance.

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  • Isaac123514

    Flows really well. Intermediate/beginner. Lots of trail. Highly recommend!

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  • Scrptigger

    Okay this place is great and has a little something for everyone. A paved road goes from one end to the other for family rides. Then off of that there are plenty of single track. Be warned though that some are easy and others are very steep. So you may be "hike biking" a little. Most are smooth with plenty of roots. Not many rocks to deal with. You can easily spend 2-3hrs riding here with very little overlapping. Enjoy!

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  • tlovell

    I've only ridden these trails a few times, but always have fun when I do. Habitat for Humanity does a yearly benefit ride there in early June which is fun and a great way to get a feel for the place. It's a great place to rip through without the worry of coming up on anything super technical that you weren't expecting. Also a good place to introduce people to mountain biking if you have a spare bike and curious friends.

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  • atomicglx

    I ride these trails three times a week. Park at robinson elementary. (Take a left off springfield street at family bike) and enter there. Go in follow the main trail through two turns take a left go through the gully on the right, left again, and enter the trails there (left hand side) before it starts to descend down a rocky hill.They're are fast and maintained beautifully. If you see a guy on a unicycle thank him because he maintains them. Some of the sections got rerouted this year but it was for the better.

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  • abottinick

    awesome ride. trails are in great shape this year. only met two people walking dogs in my three hours there. got lost for a little bit but i went for 2 hours never riding the same trail twice. tough downhills, switchbacks and great climbs. amazing time... definitely going back tomorrow

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  • 8valvegrowl

    Fairly easy trails, the main loops are well marked, but some of the side trails/loops are lacking in markings/maintenance.

    The main loops are pretty buff, fast and fun. No real tech here except a few roots and somewhat sandy conditions. No big climbs, but you will go up and down a lot, which makes for a good workout. Overall I'd say it's pretty easy/intermediate level stuff.

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  • chrisfive

    I rode these trails a couple of times before moving to Maine. I have been in the area a couple of weeks with some time and my bike. Bottom line this is perfect for an after work ride if you don't' have time to drive further. Also there a ton of new trails built just outside the main entrance. If you go in the main entrance and ride the trails to the right of the booth you will come upon some really fast very well constructed singletrack... did I say really fun single track? I mean it. Also if you know the area well and you don't want to make the ride out the singletrack you can access the trails by the soccer fields that are in the same complex as a public pool. Good luck and have fun. This trail system is a 4 if you can find the fun trails.

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  • grlsridehard2

    I agree, there are a great network of singletrack and downhill trails. You see a lot of other bikers, not too many hikers, and theres a lot of road bikes. The singletracks are really fun and can go from being easy to being technical, Robinson State Park has it all.

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  • grrlsride2

    Lots of trails that connect everywhere, use common sense and you wont get lost. You have the river one side of the park and roads on the other. There are easy trails and there are fun, semi-technical, fast downhills, views etc. Not many people at all walking on the trails, may see another fellow mountain biker.
    You may find yourself playing in this park a couple hours easy. Not a hospital ride but still challenging and fun. If theres no parking at the main entrance park at the road across from it, maybe stick a note up on your window "biking in the park". Have fun!

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