Trail map

Link to Moon Lake Trail Map by Chriffer

Map Legend

- Post a Picture and view Posted Pictures


Moon Lake Park - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures
Rating Explanation (0-5)                 Category:

Overall Rating

Single-Track Adventure Climbing Free-ride Fun Fear      Trail Enhancements Scenery Technicalities
3 2 2 1 3 1 1.3 3.5 3.8 3.85 Preliminary
GPS  Files - (Contact Bikerag To Upload Your files)
Google Earth GPX Map File GPX Routes Other
    Moon Lake GPX  
For PERSONAL use only - Please read our GPS info page
Directions - From 81 just take route 29 west and follow the signs.

Description -   This park was all about mountain biking, and hosted a nice variety of trails!  Started out with some kind of plain Jane singletrack in the Thorny - 5 tree  - Twister area.  Stopped by the "skills area" to be thoroughly dissapointed, but hey, a teeter and a few skinnies are better than nothing.  Onward to "skinny" where we found a skinny then jumped on edge where things started to get more interesting with some cool rock and switchbacks.  Lots of extra trails in the edge / trex area, not sure if they are trail braids or just unmarked trails.  Trex had a few cool rock lines, some sections felt, and sounded like riding on dinner plates..  We headed out towards screamer, found a pump track in the works but turned around as the trail was soft.

We hit up the trials area which had a few challenging lines but looked a little abandoned. B-line to NFS, (found a little freeride trail on the left), WOW NFS rocks, sweet downhill started with some rock slabs then bench cut singletrack with some mild techs, felt like New Hampshire riding..  The Flume was pretty cool, then climbing up 5858 was GREAT, challenging trail!  Deacon trials area was ok, a little ghetto, but some decent old school stuntery..  Back on nature trail that was a full day of riding and we even missed  a few things.

Great place to ride!  As good as the trails are, you can see even more potential off trail as the terrain is very ledgy!  Trails had some really good flow with a good mix of terrain to keep you entertained.  Looks like there are lots of other things going on at the park too, like nature center, pool, RC airplane area etc etc..  Saw a really cool exotic blue bird at the nature center, but PMD assures me it was just a baby blue jay that looked darker because of my sunglasses.  Lots of squirrels running so fast for so long I swear they are on crack.

Loops - From the main parking area, we took thorny to 5 tree, left AFTER moto, then right on

Pre-ride Music:
Total Miles: 15 ?
Elevation Change Feet - Our 11 mile ride was about 900 vertical
Local Bike Shops  Advertise Here !!
Lodging Temp Remove Lodging Add
Restaurants Advertise Here !!
Local Websites Advertise Here !! - Free Links may be applicable..  Just Ask..
Land Manager & other Info Contact Bikerag - To update land manager info.
Related Guide Books & Mapping Software  Mountain Bike Guide Books - Used & New

 Topo Software for all states - Used & New


Disclaimer: Caution - Use this map at your own risk. and affiliates will not accept responsibility for an personal injury, property damage or trespassing while using this map.  Trail users shall obey all signs, and always obtain permission from the land owner to use trails for any sporting activity.  Permission to use trails should not be assumed.  This map simply contains topographical information and trails that existed at one time.  Trails shown maybe be missing, not accurate, closed, overgrown etc....
 To view larger version of map, right click on map and select View Image.

Copyright by, LLC.  All rights reserved.