Orlando Mountain Bike Park is built on property reclaimed from the old navy base, near the Baldwin Park neighborhood and downtown Orlando. The park includes a mountain bike area with a Pump Track, Junior Pump Track, Wooded Skills Area and Single Track Trail through the woods approximately  1 mile of tight, twisty, trail.  It offers riding options from easy to difficult, right in the middle of Orlando!

Current Trail Boss: Mark Levy

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City of Orlando - Druid Park


Soldeir's Creek MTB Trail is located in the Boombah-Soldier's Creek Park off of 419 in Winter Springs.  It's easily accessible from the paved Cross Seminole Trail that bisects the MTB trail. This 1.3 mile trail does not lack for excitement and flowy, fast single track.  How many laps can you do in 1 hour?  Find out!

Current Trail Boss: Kevin Bolton

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Markham Woods Trail is 8 miles of flowing singletrack located in pine scrub and oak hammock of the Wekiwa Springs State Park.  The park is a short drive from I-4 and is conveinet to Longwood, Lake Mary, and all of northwest metro Orlando. Park at Seminole County's Markham Woods trailhead to ride on land managed by Wekiva Springs State Park.

Interim Trail Boss: Dean Dickson

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Snow Hill Mountain Bike Trail is located in the Little Big Econ State Forest, near Chuluota and Oviedo.  It consists of 14 fun and varied miles of beginner to advanced mountain bike trails that flow through pine scrub, oak hammock, and along the scenic Econ River.  It is the site of the popular "Battle of Snow Hill" race and several regular yearly races on the Florida MTB race circuits.

Current Trail Boss: Bobby Fishbough

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Snow Hill MTB Trail!

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Little Big Econ State Forest


Minneola Mountain Bike Trail is just over 3/4 miles of singeltrack with quick switchback turns packed into about 3 acres of hardwood trees. Accessible from the Minneola Trailhead Park or ride in from the South Lake Trail System, this is a small gem for riders on the west side of Orlando. It's family friendly with a playground, dog park and restroom facilities, all managed by the City of Minneola.

Current Trail Boss: Pier Arbini

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Minneola MTB Trail!

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Minneola Trailhead Park