Review: I am no expert. I am very glad to have a trail like this within driving distance. I have a lot of fun on it. It is a little bit short, no so well maintained, and is marked poorly. Like I said, you can have a good time on this trail. Unfortunately I have been spoiled by some really awesome trails many hours from my home. If you want to go for a ride no doubt it is worth the trip.
Review: Not really ten miles more like 4.5 miles. I ran my GPS and got 6.8 and did most of it twice. Fun course though alot of very steep valleys that add a challenge. And a sweet ramp that adds some excitement at the end of the run. "You can get like 3 feet of air!" There was a tree down that was a real pain in the but to get past. There is also a disc golf course at this park too.
Review: My home trail...closest one to me. I like this trail. Its got some decent challenges, not alot of climb and the trail criss cross to give you plenty of ride. It will get swampy after rain but dries out well other than a few patches. Trail is maintained well. Parking lot has facilities and always see a few people riding/trail running.
Review: Trail maintenance is back under contol now that things are drying up from late July and early august rains. Bridges repaired or replaced, downed trees removed and grooming is on going. To Richard who made the last post come back and see what things look lIke when the 2 people who do 90% of the maintenance are not taking a needed break.
Review: This is a tight and twisty singletrack with little elevation change. The hills that are present are short and steep ravines. For comparison, I would call this a poor man's Findley State Park. This biggest issue is that the trail is badly in need of maintenance. A weed whacker, some gravel, and a couple of new bridges would go a long way. I wish I lived closer so that I could help...