Antelope Island State Park

When visiting the greater Salt Lake City area, a great place to get some exercise and explore is Antelope Island. With an extensive 20+ mile trail network of varied difficulty, this makes for a great place to log some trail miles on foot or on a mountain bike. If you decide to visit Antelope Island, you will be awestruck by its beauty and the vastness of the Great Salt Lake. Be sure to check the website for gate hours as it varies by time of year.

Towsley Canyon

Towsley Canyon is a great hiking spot for both novice and experienced hikers. With panoramic views overlooking the Santa Clarita Valley, it is a great place to enjoy the beautiful Southern California weather. The park offers both a 2 mile and a 5 mile loop.

Sherman Branch Mountain Bike Park

It is important to note that the parking lot for the facility is not located on Camp Stewart Road despite the address above. When using a GPS, continue on Rocky River Church Road past Camp Stewart Road and the parking lot will be located shortly after the intersection on the left. The gravel lot has space available for 30-40 cars …

Renaissance Park

Renaissance Park is one of the Charlotte area’s most popular running and biking locations, and with easy access to 6.5 miles of dirt and gravel trails relatively near the city, it’s easy to understand why. Parking is available at multiple locations within the park, including the tennis courts or the athletic fields, and the trails can be accessed from both …

Charleston Bicycle Company

The motto of Charleston Bicycle Company is “Real Bikes, Real People,” and the store emphasizes a friendly, welcoming environment. The goal of the staff is to make cycling a community activity, and they want the entire neighborhood to get involved. However, this full service sales and repair shop is capable of providing service for everyone from the novice rider to …

Wannamaker County Park

Wannamaker County Park is a fantastic resource for those looking to maintain their fitness on the road. The main portion of the park features approximately 2.5 miles of paved asphalt walking and biking trails and 2.5 miles of nature trails, plus a large dog park where Fido can romp off-leash! The dog park features separate areas for small and large …

Fountainhead Regional Park

Fountainhead Regional Park is the starting point of the 18-miles long Bull Run – Occoquan Trail. The point-to-point trail is open only to pedestrians and equestrians and winds its way through five parks. The natural trail is completely rolling hills and can be fairly technical in many areas, with plenty of rocks and roots to navigate. The trail is heavily …

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