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The mountain bike trails at Dillon State Park consist of approximately 17 miles of undulating terrain paralleling the lake shore.  Many sections of trail recently updated in the winter of 2014.

  • The trail head is at the main beach parking lot, which offers bathrooms, picnic tables and a pavilion.
  • There is a 1 mile beginner loop at the trail head; the rest of the trail is mostly intermediate level, with 2 optional expert sections clearly distinguished by red caps on the trail marker poles.
  • The expert sections are known for their challenging rock gardens.
  • Half way through the system lies the marina, making for a nice break point with picnic tables.
  • The trail has some fun wooden and dirt jumps with go-arounds as well as small elevated trail sections.
  • See the spoke junkies review for more detail and pics.

 

Dillon Trail Map

Spoke Junkies Review

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AOA’s trail system at the Wilds consists of around 15 miles of great Ohio Singletrack to satisfy just about any rider.  Plenty of man-made and natural jumps and features, as well as a new in 2013 beginner loop. Trails are marked with trail signs and white numbered poles that correlate with numbered circles on the map, to help keep you headed in the right direction.  Be sure to print out a Map, and head down its worth the trip!

*Trail-head parking located on SR146 directly across from the large Wilds sign on Zion Road.

*Large Trail Map located on kiosk at trailhead as well

Directions

Trail Map

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Discovered in 1999, this piece of public property has 5 miles of wooded and open single track. Making use of the three existing concrete fords, the trails wind through the Little Salt Creek valley and then features climbs on the steep wooded hillsides to the south. Use caution crossing the fords during high water! Although some recent logging has hurt the aesthetics the trail is still worth a ride due to its easy access and fast single track. The climb out of the valley, which utilizes a township road, is rewarded with two miles of flat and down hill running to get back to the valley floor.

Directions

Trail Map