Two Mile Run County Park

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3.17 out of 5
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Intermediate
40.0
miles

Singletrack
↑ 1,300 ft
↓ 1,200 ft
1,251
elevation (ft)

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About this trail
the trails are a network of manmade hiking trails all the way to single track deer trails so, find your poisen and give it a shot. it isn\'t to hard to find the trails that go around the lake, but it will rack you out if you can\'t ride technical trails, lots of trees to cross and tons of roots. also bring bug spray.
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Gramcounter


July 19, 2018
schupp411 Gramcounter  
 
Review: The entire network of trails is some of the worst I've ever ridden when it comes to markings and directions. There are literally hundreds of "crossroads" where you could go any direction and there isn't any indication which trail is which. Have a gps and/or charged phone to find your way. It's incredibly frustrating. You can't go here thinking you're going to do 'X' trail, to 'Y' trail, to 'Z' trail. No way to know where you are or where you're heading.




Gramcounter

August 7, 2017
 
Review: This trail has a lot of rocks and roots, along with several grueling climbs. Be prepared for a workout. I would NOT recommend this trail for novices. Signage is fair, but not great; it's easy to end up on a bridal trail, which can be brutal.




Gramcounter

July 26, 2015
batrg3 Gramcounter  
 
Review: These trails are relatively new, well developed, and well maintained. The grades are reasonable - challenging, but not arduous. Rocks and roots, same thing - challenging without making most riders stop all the time.



There is a map available at the park office that shows the MTB specific trails. A different map online shows other trails that may be open to MTB, but they are not one and the same.



My only complaint is that trail crossings and junctions aren't all that well marked, and it is easy to end up on a different. The trails do have reasonably good markers, I just sometimes get surprised to see that I'm on a different trail.



Compared to nearby Kennerdell, the trails are narrower, more MTB specific, and more flowy. The rocks and roots are less severe but more persistent. In other ways it's like Allegrippis-lite; less developed and less mileage, but a conceptually similar network of loops.

Similar Trail: Kennerdell






September 19, 2013
Guest   
 
Review: A lot of pretty tight singletrack. I followed the course that was blazed for the race this summer. I had a pretty good time, ranges from easy to difficult in areas with a few rock gardens and some tight switchbacks.




Gnarly

January 7, 2012
jaredmcvay Gnarly  
 
Review: Anything you want to do with a mountain bike, you can find at Two Mile. There are so many miles of trails. The rating I am considering is easy, because there are a lot there that are fairly smooth, but there are a lot of trails out there that go to difficult and beyond, as well.




Gramcounter


November 17, 2008
schupp411 Gramcounter  
 
Review: Addendum to above directions: cross the Petroleum St. bridge and go straight through the first intersection towards Dempseytown; this is Halydad Run Rd. It is approximately 5 miles to Cherrytree Rd. Make this left onto Cherrytree. There are NO signs for Two Mile Run County Park prior to Cherrytree Rd so watch for the street signs instead. Head back Cherrytree for a few miles and turn left towards the boat and fishing area. This will lead back to the main Park office. The actual trails for this park are terribly marked. I was able to find a horse trail with descent markings but still had trouble following the trail to the end. I spent good deal of time breaking trail because half the time the trail would just peter out or was obstructed by a huge fallen tree. I don't think any trail maintenance has been done here in a while.

* Review edited 11/17/2008

Similar Trail: Oil Creek, PA




Granny Gear

April 18, 2008
tjohnston Granny Gear  
 
Review: Two Mile Run county park is a great ride if you're in the Oil City area. There are many trails to choose from totalling 20+ miles.



Two Mile Run County Park MTB Trail 3.17 out of 5 based on 7 ratings. 7 user reviews.
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