Sac River Mountain Bike Trail

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  • Address: Springfield, MO 65803, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 05:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Tags: Biking Trail, Family And Kids, Nature

If adventure sports get the adrenaline pumping in you, the Sac River Mountain Bike Trail in Springfield is a place for you to explore. Built-in 1996 by volunteer enthusiasts, the Trail is spread over several acres and comes with several obstacles throughout its 8 miles to keep you challenged. You can practice your skills on the Trail or go for an adventure-packed ride alone or with a group and be prepared for a well-maintained track under your bike. The Sac River Mountain Trail is set in a wooded forest area so might lose your way if you are not careful about keeping track of the signposts.

  • Sac River Mountain Bike Trail Address: Springfield, MO 65803, USA, United States
  • Sac River Mountain Bike Trail Timing: 05:00 am - 09:00 pm
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Sac River Mountain Bike Trail Reviews & Ratings

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  • It was fun to ride today. I think they need to lay some dirt out there to make it a lil smoother. I rode the blue trail all the way threw with a one speed cruiser. Not too bad thou.

  • Had a wonderful time hiking with the pup. This a great trail system because you can make it a short or a long trip depending on how you take the trails. I believe there is a total of 35+ miles of trails. The trails are well maintained and fairly easy to navigate. There is opportunity for more signage to help navigate the trails but overall this area is beautiful and I will be visiting again.

  • This is a great little mountain biking, hiking and trail running Park just north of Springfield. Well marked, hard to get lost. This is the granddaddy trail of the region.

  • Rocky, rooty and buggy are a few things that come to mind when thinking about sac river. This makes for fun challenging rides without too many extended climbs. There's a few smooth flowy sections if that's your thing and if tech is what gets you going there's plenty of rock ledges and tight corners to play around with. Be sure to bring bug spray and watch out for the hedge apples that cover the ground! I saw one on the trail just this week but they are really prevalent when fall comes around.

  • Great place for a Mtn bike ride or hike. Trails can be technical, but not super hard. Fun for everyone, beginners and experts alike.

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