October 3, 2013
This is my go-to trail, as it's the closest decent trail to my house. It's mostly flat, but fast, with two gnarly, if not unnecessarily dangerous, creek crossings (Skip loop 14 to bypass the two steep creek crossings). I agree that the number system is ridiculous, the loops were numbered in the order they we're built, which makes no sense. I recommend riding with someone that is familiar with the layout, but If my memory serves me right, if you always go left, you will ride the whole trail. Don't quote me on that though. Soil is mostly clay and the trail is very susceptible to flooding. There will be many new obstacles and possibly washed out bridges once the trail opens after even a little rain, but the trail is maintained well, so it's fixed pretty quickly. During the summer this trail gets very loose. There is a picnic table, gazebo, grill, and port-a-potty. Watch out for joggers/hikers.