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Level: Intermediate
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +334/ -285 ft
Total: 55 riders

Mountain Biking Rocktown Trails At Hillandale Park

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#68 of 300 mountain bike trails in Virginia
#2,435 in the world

A network of beginner, intermediate, and advanced singletrack. Includes medium speed sweeping
hills, small uphill climbs, rock pits, small drops (<3 feet), tiny rock paths, and well made dirt
singletrack. Good amount of roots and rocks in trails. At least 6 loops to network. 1-2 hour ride to
complete trails.

First added by Dillon_Umberger on Jul 17, 2008. Last updated May 6, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: yes
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: yes
  • Restrooms: yes
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
At the Intersection of Port Republic Road and South Main Street (Route 11) head South and turn right at South Avenue. Continue past South High Street and take it all the way to the end. The last intersection you reach is South Dogwood Drive, the dead end at the top of the hill is where the trail begins. Head right past the sign and turn right into the woods.
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  • mwdeveau

    So much great riding in this part of VA. There is a rippin' berm and jump trail down the power lines. There are trails here for every skill level.

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  • reidsvillebikes

    Rode here for the first time. Being from NC, where our trails are clay and roots, the rocky conditions where a challenge. The park is fabulous and there's a nice network of trails just bring your rock garden skills and bike.

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  • mwh29

    Perfect warm up trail if you want a quick ride. Not nearly as advanced as many other trails in the area but I found it enjoyable. There's something here for beginners and pro's alike

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  • R Treb

    For what they have packed into a small but beautiful park .....great. They have well laid out single track that flows right into a sick pump track. Pump track starts at top of the hill so speed is no worry. Crazy fun. A great little area.

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  • Scott_Primrose

    Great little park with a LOT of trail variety. Expert with jagged rock outcrops, terrain park, downhill section with jumps and berms, intermediate and beginner trails - this place has it all.

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  • mtberik

    The trails are kind of congested and there really isn't any down hill except for on section down the power lines. It is also really technical (rock),

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  • brentonrader

    Really fun trail system with multiple skill levels, built for short rides. Great fun to ride the loops in both directions, and the bermed section down the powerline is awesome!

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  • Cotharyus

    So, several reviews mention there's not a lot of distance out here, and that's true, also no major climbs. That said, it's got pretty much everything else you could ask for. From easy lines suitable for kids, to a decent intermediate loop, a pump track, and a super gnarly rocky advance loop. The builder of the trails in this park is really the dirty little secret to why it's so good - he's a pro, and the park is in his back yard. So yeah, there are some sick lines. If you really want your mind blown, go out here when it's hard frozen and there's snow on the ground, you brain will break at the lines some of the locals use, even in the snow.

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  • RoadWarrior

    While quite short there is a lot of variety in the trails. The green is suitable for beginners, Blue takes it up a couple of notches, Red; hard to believe it can be that technical in a city park.
    Great place for a quick spin, or work on your bike handling skills. Trail is too short to give it a high rating, but if you're in the area, and have a little time to spare, it'll be a hour or two well spent.

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  • Timothyfluegge

    I got into MTB for long, lungbusting, legburning climbs. This park has zero of those. As long as you know that going in, you won't be disappointed. There's plenty other things there to keep you entertained for a couple hours.

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  • NismoFreak69

    i had a great time this place has everyting from a cool down hill race worthy track that zigzags under a power line with banked corners to a bmx style dirt jump area to a network of trials from easy to advanced...

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