Miles of Trails:
7 mile loop and linear.
The trails are well marked at the intersections and have wide trail corridors. A few creeks and downfall to negotiate, and some long, steep hills both on the connector trail from the parking lot and on the loop. Most of the trail is in the open and follows old logging roads. There is some private property to avoid. Shortly before the private property, the trail turns to the east and goes to single-track for a short while until it meets up with another logging road. The private property is very clearly marked with markers. This can be a hot ride in the summer since much of the trail is in the sun. The trail tread has been rebuilt in areas since it doesn’t have a hard rock-type foundation everywhere. Some areas of the trail are very rocky, however. Please do not ride this trail when it is really wet. There is also a nice scenic overlook as you ride down the connector trail from the parking lot to the loop.
Other Trail Users:
Hikers and hunters.
Volunteers Helping With This Page:
No one at this time, available to adopt. If interested, please contact us.