Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Greenway
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +21/30 ft
Total: 4 riders
 

Mountain Biking Stratton Brook State Park

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#48 of 110 mountain bike trails in Connecticut
#5803 in the world

Stratton Brook State Park consists of cross-country trails that loop around a gravel/dirt section of the Farmington Heritage Trail and Stratton Brook Pond.

Before you go
  • Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • Restrooms 
Getting there
Take Stratton Brook Road in Simsbury until its intersection with Town Forest Road
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  • BSowa
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    Used to ride here years ago. Quick and easy trails make this place really fun.

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  • JRT106
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    Stratton Brook is a small place but it offers some very nice trails. Best way to enter and park is by the Farmington Trail by Forest Road. This trail runs right through the middle of the park and is as flat and level as any dirt path can possibly be. However, it connects to more interesting and challenging trails on either side. The best terrain will start from either the picnic site over the bridge or directly after the pond. The Red Trail is probably the most difficult, running only a few feet away from the brook, with large obstacles. The other trails are short climbs with quick descents. The trails mostly have fewer obstacles and are much sandier than those in surrounding parks.

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