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Level: Intermediate
Length: 5 mi (8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +92/102 ft
Total: 70 riders
 

Mountain Biking Village Park/ Abrams Rock

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#3 of 216 mountain bike trails in Massachusetts
#327 in the world

Lots of flowing, challenging singletrack with man made features great network that makes it hard to get lost, Bike Works in Swansea by the mall does normal rides, great after work ride for south coast mass/ Providence area

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
Exit 3 off of 195, parking right behind Swansea Public Library,69 Main Street, Swansea, MA 02777, Map on Kiosk at trailhead
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  • himotoma
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    This trail is a great place to start your MT training. Had a great time today. The path i found starts in the back of the baseball field. The man made features need need some up keep so be careful. There is an open area that is full of thorns so be careful.

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  • joat314
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    I enjoyed my ride, but mainly just single track. Seems like the trail elves may have retired. side trails very tight with weeds smacking you most of the time. Some of the built structures have seen better days.

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  • rek
    *****

    Great place to ride! Lots of natural and man-made features.

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  • Michael Lemieux
    *****

    A great place for a 2 hour ride. A lot of great singletrack in a small space. Not a lot of climbing, but several short steep kickers. Ability to ride skinniest required

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  • Tyler Barney
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    Great set of trails for an afternoon activity. Small place so more than 2 hours is not needed. Good place for a hard fast workout or a calm beginner ride with some harder obstacles along the way. Night rides are also great here

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  • Cheeco
    *****

    My go to trail only 10 minutes from home.Keeps me busy for an hour or so. Flowing single tracks extremely well maintained. Can get a bit crowded on weekends do to its growing popularity.Expect to see hikers,runners and dog walkers. I try to get my rides in during the week.Great trail system and some nice views

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  • juice832
    *****

    Fun place to trek around for a few hours. Some challenging areas along with flat trails make it a lot of fun and all the trails seem to come together

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  • *****

    Love this place, close to home and always changing.thanks to the trail elves,never see you guys but awsome job.

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  • Christopher M
    *****

    Been riding here since I moved to Providence, perfect length for an after work ride with plenty to challenge, good run off, wouldn't ride right after a bad storm but a day or two later and you'll be fine, just get in and start riding, stay out of posted do not enter areas and have fun. Bike Works in Swansea has maps I think but after going a few times you won't need it, plenty of parking. I usually do 1-1 1/2 hours in here, not a ton but really fun, probably one of the more challanging places to ride in the area.

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