Tom Triplett Trail is a 1.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Pooler, Georgia that features a lake. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Pretty good trail to get a quick MTB ride in, because of its size, but can use some work. Spider webs and tree limbs or branches are found along the way.
So I'm guessing there are actually two different trails here, the paved walking/jogging/bike track around the lake and then a more off road unpaved mountain bike trail? I have walked the paved path, which is a lovely easy loop walk around the lake about 1.3 miles long.
It was very nice. Perfect for beginning mountain bikers.
This is an awesome park with a great bike trail!
Good trail! I don't have slot of experience with mountain bike trails, but this was fun! Quick turns, some hills, old canal-Locke 3, good exercise.
Tom Triplett Is a good trail for getting exercise. Couple muddy spots and lots of tree roots so gloves are a must. make sure you have a multi tool and make sure all parts are tightened on your bike or the roots will shake it loose. fun trail to ride.
This trail has a lot of high roots and small places to fit through at some parts. We followed the trail that was marked with the pictures for the bike course/race. There were some nice hills that were really fun and you get a break from all the roots when you ride a while by the railroad tracks. We almost ran into a deer and her baby! It was quite the experience. I spent most of the time standing while riding trying to maneuver around roots. Almost had a couple of accidents but it was enjoyable and a great workout!
Enjoyed biking, hiking, and running this single track trail while we lived in Savannah for nine years. The last two years nearly half the trail was lost as the back side of the park was sold to Norfolk-Southern Train lines and clear cutting of the forest has taken away nearly three miles of singletrack.
During the summer don't forget bug spray. If noone has accessed the trail in some time bring a hiking stick to knock down orb spider webs that hang in front of you on the trail. As for biking a full suspension is nice due to many roots and cypress stumps. If you have the money to fix derailers then you will be fine
I had a lot of fun on this trail. Don't go after heavy rains though- very muddy, swampy. When it's been dry though you can really move. I averaged 4.5 miles an hour riding behind someone who knew the trail well. Bring bug spray on warm days- as soon as you stop you're surrounded. There are restrooms in the park, but the trail itself is desolate. 6 miles through the woods, over tree roots, wooden bridges, and dirt. Have fun!
well first during the winter will probably be a great track-but I went during the spring and it was a swamp it really sucked the least the people could have some was put up a sign but no sign just got stuck ate up by bugs- I just as soon as burn that track down to the ground than go back
A very good trail that is relatively flat that is very narrow at certain spots. It's really 6 miles and you're averaging about 3-4mph because of all the tree roots but overall a very rewarding trail once completed.
Almost six miles long mtn.bike trail. Well marked semi-technical trail weaving through the woods. I use the trail for running (only biked it once) and it's a lot of fun. This is a single trail for the most part.