Sleepy Hollow

2.88 out of 5
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↑ 1,400 ft
↓ 1,300 ft
elevation (ft)

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Bt place t park is in the East Picnic lot which is the first biggish parking lot on the left from the Price road entrance.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Reviews (7)


April 26, 2017
Review: Sleepy Hollow State Park is the place where the International Brotherhood of Swamp Mosquitos (IBSM) was holding their convention. A group from the IBSM Local 450 got drunk and were looking for trouble, they assaulted me and I'm pretty sure they were going to steal my bike. I might have taken more pictures but had to vacate the area in fear for my life. The rowdy convention goers apparently flooded the would be trails, trying to slow the escape of their would-be victims. My drivetrain courageously fought through the mud enough for me to turn back. It's a miracle that I survived to share this harrowing tale.

I checked the weather history, it had been dry for a couple weeks. But that is not enough to dry out this swamp tour. I tried several different routes and found them all in the same shape and ended up returning to my car. If you love horse hoof-softened surfaces, sloppy mud, and an abrasive sand-clay slurry all over your drivetrain, this is the trail for you.

It might be OK in the middle of a drought summer, but this would not be a trail I will be returning to. The lake looks pretty nice for boating or kayaking. The whole lake is a wake-free zone. So it is peaceful, just don't get so close to shore that you run into the rowdy IBSM Local 450. They are a mean bunch.



September 14, 2017
Jared13 Doubletrack  
Review: iliketexmex, the trails won't dry out until June-ish. Once they are dry, it's not a bad trail. It's fairly open and not too technical so one can bang out a some miles if that's what they're after. There are some fun sections for those that enjoy boots off of roots to get some air and there are a few fun flowy sections. They have group rides on Wednesdays once the trail is dry enough. Of the 13ish mile loop, there is less than a mile that is shared with horses and that part (the island) is easily avoidable.

Granny Gear

February 20, 2017
krisclone Granny Gear  
Review: Fun trail with mixed single and two track trails. Easy to moderate skill level depending on conditions! Easily add or subtract miles by choosing various routes around the park! Beautiful scenery and well maintained! Love it!

Bunny Hop

September 22, 2016
Review: It is great to bring the kids or someone new to biking, if you are anything other than a beginner you will get bored really fast. But if you happen to be camping here with the kids it's a perfect family trail.

Granny Gear

September 19, 2016
tjr112280 Granny Gear  
Review: Very nice trail well maintained. Lots of roots but very little climbing. Gets better every year.


August 26, 2016
Erlstn Gnarly  
Review: Not a legit MTB trail but a fun place for kids/beginners


April 29, 2015
Review: Sleepy Hollow State Park has roughly 12 miles of trails. There is a well signed mountain biking and hiking specific loop trail you can ride, with horse trails intersecting it. Fairly easy Singletrack that can be muddy quite often as it meanders through wetland areas. Some quick climbs and a few downhills but nothing exhilarating. Good entry level singletrack. Wouldn't drive more than 30 mins to ride it.

Bunny Hop

July 30, 2012
keezy86 Bunny Hop  
Review: This a pretty simple trail, great for beginners. Hardly any steep climbs, and it is generally pretty open. The east side of the park has section of forest that you can get moving pretty fast through. On the north and east sides, it is pretty easy to get off onto a horse trail, but they're not too bad to ride here, either.

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