The single tracks range from beginner to advanced. They are well groomed with staff available on the property always able to assist with break downs. Local bike shops with 15 minute drive. Acomadations are available nearby.
Two hr drive north of Toronto. Take hwy 400 to hwy 11 continue north bound 30 past Orilla. Follow signs to the Gravenhurst KOA campgrounds. 45 minutes south of Algonquin park.
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Posted By: enterit
- Mon Jul 16 13:46:14 UTC 2012
Upsidegreat variety of trails and terrain. very well maintained. The more difficult runs were some of the most challenging I'v found anywhere (as far as xc goes). Also only $10 for whole day of fun! DownsideNot alot of jumps, features or other man made attractions. CommentThe owner mike was awesome! helped me fix my bike, when that didn't work he lent me one of his own. Great people, great trails, total must ride!
Posted By: Freeryda
- Wed Dec 20 02:27:50 UTC 2006
UpsideIt has everything you need the trails could have some more stunts but I guess you xc guys dont like that stuff but whatever floats your boat DownsideIts xc but thats only a downside because I Dh and I have a dirt jumping and full suspension bikes so what ever i ride its super heavy CommentMike the owner guy is probably the nicest guy you will ever meet and he and his tiny trail crew take care of the place so well its really cool to see that many people building trails and maintaing them so well
Posted By: massspike
- Sat Oct 29 13:35:24 UTC 2005
UpsideVery well maintained. The side trails are very well signed -- each trail has a technical and fitness rating. Good variety of single track trails. DownsideNot very scenic. Relatively flat. CommentThis is a definite must-ride if you are in the Muskokas. There is a very good 1/2-day of riding here.
Mike (the owner) and his staff really care about this trail and the riders.
The variety and layout support riders of different ability levels riding together. You will need there trail map to navigate.
Note, it is a 2 hour drive from the West gate of Algonquin to Buckwallow.