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Level: Intermediate
Length: 50 mi (80.5 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +420/366 ft
Total: 32 riders

Mountain Biking San Angelo State Park

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#83 of 275 mountain bike trails in Texas
#2,609 in the world

Generous mountain biking trail.

First added by TrailAPI on Apr 9, 2013. 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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Getting there
3900-2 Mercedes Road San Angelo, TX 76901 Latitude: 31.466649 Longitude: -100.536018 (325) 949-4757
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  • Odycar

    Have put in a lot of miles here and met some very cool mtb’ers from all over. Plenty of options and nothing too technical with a few exceptions. Suggest riding from South end to North end and back, This place is pretty big, so take a trail map with you. Check out the dinosaur tracks right off the aptly-named Dinosaur trail. Look out for the Longhorn herd. They’re docile as can be, but give them a wide berth if they happen to be grazing on the trail. You definitely don’t want to tangle with those horns.

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  • BonnieMo

    I did the south trails: Winding Snake, Chaparral, Horny Toad, Nature Trail, Lanky Lackey, Tasajilla Flats. I would say easy, fairly flat, no difficult climbs, but some fist size rocks so not always "smooth." Beautiful, peaceful. Wildflowers, butterflies, and birds. I chased a roadrunner for awhile. I would recommend the south trails but possibly too easy or boring for advanced riders unless the beauty of nature is part of the draw for them or they just want miles and miles of trails available in one area. I have not tried the north trails yet.

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  • bushho

    Here from Nebraska, have had a great time. Trails for all skill levels. I am sure some would say it is lacking but that would be ones that have been everywhere. Trail markings are not the greatest but it would be hard to really get lost. I would definently ride it if you are near by.

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  • Deeperrin

    Huge area to ride with a good mix of riding conditions. You will have a lot of rocks and gravel on some trails. If you run tubes make sure to bring extra.

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  • far4cges

    Good trail system as previously reviewed. Made the trip to San Angelo due to Abilene trails being flooded. I enjoyed the length and ability to ride long stretches. Longer climbs and descents but nothing too difficult. Just a solid XC trail with typical West Texas terrain.

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  • rpmarheine

    Not a bad trail system. Lots of mileage nothing too technical or particularly exciting. I was unable to ride some sections do to trail conditions from flooding. This is s very typical Texas trail system that uses the little elevation avaliable and packs in the XC mileage.

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  • Lindsey Ames

    This is a nice little gem in the otherwise pretty desolate West Texas area. The park itself was easy to get to from the Abilene area and cost was 4 bucks a person, or a Texas state park pass. The trails were mostly singletrack and varied from packed dirt to loose rocks. There was so much ground to cover! Only saw a couple other riders for a Sunday morning. And you do want to start in the morning if you're riding in the summer. There were a couple technical areas and some small climbs that got the blood flowing and the heart pumping. I honestly have no idea which exact path we took, we just rode whatever looked cool. Sweet place for a beginner to test out his/her skills and get a feel for the bike. There are a ton of different trails so you won't get bored. Just make sure to bring lots of water in case you get lost. There are water faucets along the way to refill.

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  • Eric Foltz

    This is a pretty good trail system where you actually feel like you're covering some ground and not just winding around in circles. Lot's of limestone so bring tough tires. I did 20 miles and don't think I hit close to everything they had. Camping available at the park also. Good place for beginner/intermediate XC riders.

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