Cyclists can ride on the Tour Road to explore the battle's history. You will be challenged by the similar hills that British soldiers traversed to fight the American soldiers. From the tour road you will see many monuments dedicated to the men who fought at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse, as well as scenic views of the now peaceful forest. Be aware of deer, pedestrians, and cars!
Please follow these safety points while riding your bike:
The left side is reserved for pedestrians, you must yield to them. E-bikes are allowed on roads, parking areas, and trails that are open to traditional bicycles. .
Bicycle Helmet Law
All children below the age of 16 must wear a protective bicycle helmet that fits well and is fastened securely to the child's head using the straps of the helmet while they are operating a bicycle.
- This law also applies to children under the age of 16 who are passengers on bicycles being operated by another person. This does not apply to tricycles.
- This requirement applies to all public roadways, public bicycle paths, or other public maintained right-of-ways.
- Any parent/guardian found responsible for violation of the Child Helmet Safety Law may be ordered to pay a civil fine of up to ten dollars ($10).
Hours of Operation
The Park Gates close at 5:00PM which includes the Visitor Center Parking Lot, Tour Road, and Hoskins Farm. Cars left in the parking lots and spaces on the Tour Road after 5:00PM will be subject to a fine. Biking is permitted on the roads after hours. Parking after hours is available in the lot at the intersection of New Garden and Old Battleground.