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Summer Silent Sports Trails

Mountain Bike Trails

 

There are approximately 11 miles of mountain bike trail located at the Washburn Trail System.

The Washburn Mountain Bike Trail offers approximately 5.0 miles of double-track trail for novice to intermediate skilled mountain bikers, and 6.0 miles of single-track trail designed to provide an extreme experience for mountain bikers possessing an advanced skill set.

In addition to designated and maintained silent sports trails described above, there are hundreds of miles of woodland logging roads and wild trails located throughout the County Forest that do not require a trail pass and are open to both silent sport and motorized sport enthusiasts alike.

Hiking and Biking

Hiking Trails

 

Oneida County Forestry maintains two hiking trails at Almon Park. These trails travel through a variety of habitats and together total approximately 2.25-miles in length. The Almon Park wetlands trail features 3-boardwalks totaling more than 1,100 feet in length. In addition, there is a network of approximately 40 miles of trails for wildlife management and recreation. The network is located on old logging roads that have been seeded with clover and are maintained to serve as wildlife migration paths and as walking trails for hunters and hikers.

 


 

 

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