Legend Park Trail is a 3.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Clayton, North Carolina that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
To me being a beginner this is a difficult trail with some very large hills. It is also very rooty on some trails. There is a skills area and some drop hills. It is run by the Town of Clayton with volunteer help.
This is a very cool place for bikers. Also a nice place to walk. If you're new like we were I suggest starting on the yellow trail that starts by the parking lot up front to the left of the field if you're looking at the field. Or straight back beyond the concession house. Because it's a biking trail the trails are marked in one direction. It was a great place for my dog, it was low key the day I went.
Great Place. Lot of hills and killer creek for the dogs to play in. Had a great time and a great workout!
Has some good jumps
Great 1st ride. Route is clear and well maintained. There are several routes to take. Had a great time. Highly recommended. Take slow if you're a newbie like me and you'll be fine.
Moderate trail will many hills
Dismal. The trail was poorly marked. We had to avoid a rotting, dead dog on the trail. The 'scenic' river was 5" deep, stagnant and putrid. I will not be returning.
There are basically two different terrains here. The lower trails are fast and flowy. They weave through the valley and follow creek beds. Towards the back of the lowers there is a good climb that brings you back to reality after having such a groovy ride. With the exception of the skills area this side of the trails are not very technical but are fun because they are so fast. The down side to this area is that the trails take a long time to dry out once it rains.
The upper trails are much more technical. This side includes some optional west coast style "Hucks" that are sure to get the adrenaline pumping. This side of the trail is also much more hilly and will seem to really work you over until you find the rhythm of the trail. The mileage may say six but I can usually push that to ten with out feeling like I have been riding the same trails over and over. The loops are very easy to connect.
Use the link provided to check what sections of the trail are open before heading out.
So much fun!!!!! Awesome jumps and a good trail! The "skill area" is run down but everything else is awesome!!!