Guests at our lodges may bring their mountain bikes and ride in spring and summer. With over 50 miles of grass and dirt roads, you can experience scenic views and pause to enjoy the wildlife along the way. Our deep forest trails offer extended rides for the more accomplished bikers.
Biking is not permitted during the fall and winter hunting seasons. We recommend that all bicyclists wear helmets for safety. Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult when cycling.
Mountain Biking Trails
This trail is 1.4 miles and traverses through pine and hardwood forests and along the edge of Purvis Lake, and near the main lodge.
Indigo Bunting Way
A distance of 0.74 miles, this trail passes through young hardwoods and along Purvis Lake.
Grassy Lake Trail
Only 2.4 miles, this trail stays mainly in the hardwoods, but has several water features that provide excellent wildlife viewing opportunities.
A distance of 1.8 miles, this trail has a moist soil unit on the west side and open water on the east and is often a great area to see teal and early fall flight ducks.