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Another great day on the trails!

Today was a beautiful day indeed and we had several groups of riders and hikers enjoy the trails! Despite the rain the last few days the trails were nice to ride and almost dry a true testament to good trail design and building. There were no wet spots reported and no wash out areas.

Thanks to all who have helped kick off sticks and rocks along the way keeping the trails clear of debris. There was one tree down on the Cox loop and it will be dispatched this week.

Berndie and Bob worked most of the day on Berndies Trail machine having the engine in and out in record time. With two machines we can get some serious work done before the riding season.

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There will be a work party next Sunday all day but if you can come out even just for a bit it would be greatly appreciated. We are trying to open up the back 65 acres before April 11th fore the Spence Pen “Pig Ride” The ride will leave Spencer pen, ride down George Taylor Road to Wagon Trail Road then into the back 65 of Mountain Laurel Trails.

If anyone can help all all please contact Bob Norris @ 1-276-340-9144

6 Responses so far.

  1. Mike says:

    My family and I rode these trails today and they were in great shape. Its one of our favorite places to ride in the area. Way back out there gives you that true wilderness feeling that you don’t get at other local venues. Thanks guys keep up the good work we will be back.

  2. Me and my husband came out and hiked the trails today! First time we have been there and we loved it! We love the outdoors and we hike and bike! We are hoping to come out again soon!

  3. Jack Barry says:

    We rode there today as well and enjoyed it. Looking forwrd to the new trails across the creekl

  4. Jodi Rogers says:

    Me and my husband came out and hiked the trails today! First time we have been there and we loved it! We love the outdoors and we hike and bike! We are hoping to come out again soon!

  5. Sure: Directions to the trail: U.S. Hwy 58 West to the Horsepasture Price Road. 1 and 1/2 miles out on the right is Mountain Laurel Trail. Travel approximately 1/2 miles to the day-use trailhead on the right after the fork in the road. There is plenty of parking onsite.

  6. Pam Washburn says:

    I am from Ridgeway but live in Virginia Beach. I am coming home Easter weekend. Can you give me directions to the trails? I would love to go hiking.

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