Bloomer Park MTB Trail is a 2.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Rochester Hills, MI that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Beautiful trails. Great for running!
Really nice MTB trails. Good for beginner/intermediate. Lots of fun!
Sweet trails good for beginners
Very hard and fun
Great MTB trail, very technical, make sure your brakes work well. The trail is a little over 5 miles, more like if you count the number of times you get lost and have to turn around. Trail is NOT clearly marked, and can get confusing.
Great spot to hike. I'm assuming the moderate difficulty rating is more for cyclist, because hiking it really was not all that difficult. Lots of great wildlife. I saw a deer, turtle and snake on my most recent visit. Beautiful wooded trails.
Used to hike this trial, or portions thereof, with my cousins and Grandpa when we were kids. Very enjoyable then and a nice trail tucked in the middle of the Rochester, Shelby Twp, Romeo region of Michigan.
Did this trail last night with a great group. Moonlit (and headlamps), brisk, Fast-paced (3.4 mph) hike with downed trees to bound over, switchbacks, lots of rocks and roots, the rushing river shockingly close at points. Definitely more challenging than "moderate" at the big hills. Absolutely loved this hike/ trail run. Thanks due to the man setting the pace And leading us through the maze of trails. So much fun!!
Bloomer will surprise riders who don't know this course. This wooded park has big ridges running through it and the trail uses them to make you work. The 7-mile loop will give you a great workout. It's fun and offers plenty of variety. Try to pick a dry day to ride because it gets muddy after a big rain.
Frequently used for Jeff Watters' Muddy Watters race series. Has some nice climbs, river crossings, and covered and non covered sections. The park is under the care of the city of Rochester, so the metro park sticker nor the state park pass will work for park fee.
Finally got an opportunity to try this trail. I was not disappointed. Well laid out with a little of everything - a fun trail especially for experienced riders. Dirt singletrack with technical downhills, punchy climbs, lotsa switchbacks and log jumps. There are some areas that are a little more than "moderate". I also liked the fact that it is a one-way trail. Did 2 loops and got in about 13 miles. I will be back!