Phase 1 is open with 4 miles of trails. Phase 2 will be opening soon with an additional 6 miles. All 10 miles of flow trails are designed for beginner mountain biking with big berms, rollers, tables, rock gardens and more! The bike park can be accessed from trailheads at both ends of Stumphouse Passage, but the easiest access is via the parking lot for Issaqueena Falls. Riders are asked to not ride when the trail is wet, as bike tires will damage the natural-surface trail. Motorized vehicles are not allowed on these trails.
DISCLAIMER: THESE MAPS ARE NOT AN ACCURATE MAP OF THE TERRAIN. THEY ARE TO INFORM WHERE TRAILS ARE LOCATED RELATIVE TO LANDMARKS.
trail map #1
To access the entrance to the trail, pass through the main gate, and make the first right. Once you reach the dirt road, immediately take a left toward the large picnic area. The trail entrance will be on the right.
trail map #2
Map from REI’s MTB Project.
trail map #3
Residents and visitors of all ages, abilities, and socioeconomic circumstances use the Palmetto Trail to enjoy nature, practice conservation, and learn history—all while being physically active.