Home  >>Trails >> United States Trails >>New Jersey >>

Lat: Lng:

Mill Creek Park

Average Rating:    (2 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 2

paved road leading to wide path which branches of in to short sigletracks and a few beginer technical stuff
discuss this trail in the New Jersey forum >>
post pictures of this trail >>
search for trail pictures >>

This trail doesn't have any Longitude and Latitude data for the map. Participate and drag the red marker to the correct location.
Enter a Starting Point (City, State, or Landmark)


[X]Cancel
Latitude
40.02222489563134
Longitude
-74.90924835205078
Trail Directions
from rt.130north turn right at arby's in willigboro just south of delran drive for a mile park is well marked and on your right
Trail Length
3 miles?
Trail Level
Beginner
Trail Type
Paved Path
City/County
willingboro
   


Sort Reviews by:  Latest Review | Best Rating
Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

Review Date
September 10, 2004

Overall Rating
 1 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 1 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a month

Rate this review?

Reviewed by: djinsomnia1200 ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
It's pretty lame unless your going for a ride in the park.
Half of the trail is paved, but you can go off the paved bike path into the woods, however the trails coverred in wood chips. It's a great leg workout I guess.

IMPORTANT NOTE: there is a big hill in the middle of the park, there are some small ruts in the steep side. :-) I use it to practice downhilling since it's the closest thing there is to it in the area.

Recommended Route:
Avoid it and head over to Olympia lakes behind the Arby's and small strip mall on the corner of Beverly Rancocas Road and Route 130. Parking is on route 130 between the Wawa and Arby's on the northbound side. Go in through a fence, it's marked as green acres land.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Olympia Lakes, (about a mile from Mill Creek) I think I'm the only person that rides there. There's only about 2 miles of trails but it's a lot more technical than Mill Creek. There's some stairs, a few 3+ foot drops, narrow singletrack, roots, logs across the trail etc. I'm working on clearing some older trails that have overgrown. Also building some berms and jumps. Beginners will have to get off the bike in a couple places... in other words its fun, not just a flat dirt trail.



Would you like to Comment?
Join MTBR for a free account, or Login if you are already a member.

Review Date
August 15, 2000

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Please Select

Rate this review?

Reviewed by: your mother , from your house

Summary:
i posted tthis trail because this is where i sent people i know when they first get a mtbike good place to practice skills in a tame enviroment very few if any "real" bikers there no intimidation factor if your new to the sport go here and learn theres even a pretty large hill in the middle of the park i use to pratice my downhill skills when im short on time im going to give it 3stars just because of its varied terrain in such a small area and its perfect atmosphere for beginner riders if you by any means consider yourself hard core dont go here its a waste if your hoping to one day be hard core go here and gather confidence

Other recommended trails in the same area:
brandywine st.park,wissahikon



Would you like to Comment?
Join MTBR for a free account, or Login if you are already a member.
Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)
 


Hayes Prime:

Comp Disc Brake
$59.98
$130
Price Point


Shimano:

XT M788 Wheelset
$299.95
$750
Cambriabike.com