Mae Simmons Park Trail is a 5.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lubbock, TX that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Trails are winding and not well marked, but for the Lubbock area it's a nice surprise! There is an array of difficulty levels - something for everyone! Will definitely be returning!
Went out this morning. Trails are groomed. I suggest going early in the day before it gets too hot! Great workout!
Aweful. Needs mowed. Weeds 6 feet high. No tail markers. Get lost easy. Will never ride here again.
Hazards of riding isn't always the Terrain. Big rattlesnake living in a hole right on the tail!! Check out pics.
nice trailer a lot of level changes so it gets your heart pumping and your legs moving.
It was decent. Very bland and bad ride quality of trails. Few hills and a few tricky areas.
For city mtn biking... very nice.
fun trails to be bike riding.
Watch out for the ground hog holes! Fun trail with surprising obstacles.
Really surprising trail for Lubbock. Has a good mix of easy to fairly technical and many of the trails are marked with difficulty indicators giving you a choice of how mild or wild you want your ride to be. My favorite thing about riding here is that you really almost forget you're in Lubbock for a good portion of the trails. Lots of trees, switchbacks, and elevation changes (some fairly steep). There are enough trails and options that unless you go out every day you probably won't get bored and a lot of varying terrain to hone your various skills. Really my only complaint is that due to our excessive lack of rain this year many spots are getting sandy especially in some of the turns so you have to be careful, but other than that its a great ride every time out!