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Oak Mountain State Park Trails

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Documents

Oak Mountain State Park Trails Map (PDF)

Other Link Visit the OMSP section at the MTB Project website

Features

  1. Bike Trail
  2. Hiking
  3. Horseback
Oak Mountain State Park’s mountain bike trails are featured on the MTB Project website that allows you to search for mountain bike trails across the country and get vital information about specific trails and take virtual rides on certain segments.
Visit the OMSP section on the MTB Project website.

Trail Details

  • Mountain Biking Trails
    • 38 miles of mountain bike trail (the only OMSP trails that allow mountain bikes - however foot traffic is allowed - no horses)
    • The Double Oak Trail at Oak Mountain State Park has been added to the IMBA (International Mountain Bike Association) list of only 52 must ride trails in the world.
    • Boulder Ridge Trail - 1.48 miles
    • BUMP Connector - 0.26 miles
    • BUMP Trail - 1.27 miles
    • Cat Dog Snake Trail - 1.27 miles
    • CCC Fire Pits Trail - 0.86 miles
    • Centipede Trail - 0.85 miles
    • Family Trail - 0.83 miles
    • Foreplay Trail - 0.52 miles
    • Garrett’s Gulch Trail - 1.39 miles
    • Jekyll n Hyde Trail - 4.37 miles
    • Johnson’s Mountain Trail - 2.00 miles
    • Lake Trail - 2.41 miles
    • Light Trail - 0.75 miles
    • Lightning Trail - 0.83 miles
    • Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride Trail - 0.82 miles
    • North Lakes Connector - 2.52 miles
    • Rattlesnake Ridge Trail - 2.94 miles
    • Red Road - 5.54 miles
    • Seven Bridges Trail - 1.83 miles
    • The Chimneys Trail - 0.97 miles
    • Thunder Trail - 1.67 miles
    • West Ridge Trail - 1.75 miles
  • Hiking Trails
    • 72 miles of hiking trail – 31 miles of trail are hikers only (no mountain bikers or horses)
    • Peavine Falls Trail (Green) – 2.3 miles
    • Shackleford Point Trail (White) – 6.2 miles
    • Foothills Trail (Yellow) – 7 miles
    • South Rim Trail (Blue) – 6.7 miles
    • Treetop Trail – 0.56 miles
  • Horseback Trails
    • 27 miles of equestrian trail – 24 miles of trail are horseback only (no hikers or mountain bikers)
    • Orange Trails – 17 miles
    • Purple Trails – 7 miles

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