Length: 12 mi (19.3 km)
Total: 26 riders
Mountain Biking Rock Springs Reserve
#205 of 285 mountain bike trails in Florida
Technical single track and double track jeep roads meander through flat pine woods and palmetto prairies interspersed with cypress bogs. Limited hunting. Call first to find out hunting season status (407-884-2006). This wild and beautiful area is good for biking during the dry months. The Freewheelers scouted and cut a 12 mile loop trail and hope to add more trail in the future. Look for the round blue blazes which mark the trail. The scenic Rock Springs Run is on the southern boundary with Wekiva springs State park and is a good place to stop for a swim. This is an area of both open palmetto thickets and woods. Some sections of the bike trail is on existing roads which are shared with vehicles, equestrians and hikers while other sections are bicycle-only singletrack.
First added by searsandrewj on Aug 23, 2008. Last updated May 1, 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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Take I-4 to the SR 46 exit at Sanford. Turn left pass the Wekiva River. The entrance to Rock Springs will be on the left just past the bear underpass fencing. The bike trail head is about a quarter mile past the pay station ($2.00 entry fee) on the left.
it's okThank |
Horrible. There's nothing technical or even remotely fun for mountain bikers out here. Miles of sugar sand with occasional overgrown singletrack offshoots (orb weavers every 5 feet). I saw lots of Pygmy rattle snakes and picked a few ticks off me at the end of the ride.Thank |
No real bike trail here. The "blue blazes" are all but non existent. Very sandy horse trail and a few hiking trails that appear to be rarely used.Thank |