Mountain Biking

Two mountain bikers at Lake Meredith biking along the Harbor Bay Trail.  There are green cottonwoods and grasses along the trail.  It is a sunny day with blue skies.
Mountain bikers enjoying the Harbor Bay Trail

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Leave No Trace

Be sensitive to the dirt beneath you. Recognize different types of soil and trail conditions; practice low-impact cycling. Wet and muddy trails are more vulnerable to damage. When the trail is soft, consider other riding options. This also means staying on existing trails and not creating new ones! Don't cut switchbacks. Pack out what you pack in. LEAVE NO TRACE.

 
urkey Creek hiking and biking trail in the Permian redbeds.  It is a cloudy day with some blue skies. There is green vegetation along the trail and white dolomite rocks.
Turkey Creek biking trail in the summer

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Areas Open to Mountain Biking

Mountain biking trails are located at Harbor Bay, South Turkey Creek, and Mullinaw areas of the park.

Biking trails will be marked with brown trail markers.

 

Plan Ahead

Know your bicycle and read trail descriptions. Choose a trail that matches your skill level. Be self-sufficient, keep your equipment in good working order, and carry supplies for emergency repairs. Be prepared for sudden changes in the weather. Always wear a helmet and appropriate safety gear. Carry plenty of water and do not count on filtering water from the Canadian River or Lake Meredith.

Be safe and happy trails to you.

 
map of Harbor Bay bike trail
Map of the Harbor Bay hiking/biking trail

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Last updated: May 14, 2020

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Fritch, TX 79036

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