Micasew Provincial Park - Trail, South River, Ontario

Micasew Provincial Park - Trail, South River, Ontario

DESCRIPTION

There is three different trails. They are pretty good. They are pretty tough riding too. they have lots of rocks and hills. There is parts were u have to cross water too

USER REVIEWS

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[May 31, 2007]
Ryan Cooper
Cross Country Rider

This trail is located just down the road from my house there are three trails yellow, blue and red. Red being the longest, blue beiing the most fun and yellow being decent but short. Blue has some good hills up and down they have been washed out by the rain and therefore making it a bit challenging. Lots of fun to ride but like i said short. On some of the trails there are boardwalks however it is technically a hiking trail so some are hard to get up on.. all in all great riding for something to do if you are camping at MIKISEW Provincial Park.

Customer Service

Just follow the signs to Mikisew park. At llights in south river turn left if coming from the south. Once at 4 way stop turn right follow that road till you see park road, turn left go about 1.5 km

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Feb 13, 2005]
fusionbiker
Cross Country Rider

Not the best mountain biking trail it is made for hiking. I brought my 9 year old cousin who had never riden off road before and he had no trouble on any of the trails. then I went for a ride on my own and an old man said he made the trails for hiking and tried to hit me with his cane.

Customer Service

ride it all then leave and dont go back

Similar Products Used:

Buckwallow(Gravenhurst), porcipine ridge(Bracebridge)

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
1
[Jun 19, 2000]
unknown

These trails have lots of rocks and hills. It has the perfect trails 4 beginners and 4 experts. It has lots of water crossings and lots of mud to go in. The hills are really big and you get alot of speed goin' down em.
The only thing wrong is that there is people walking on the trail and when u get comming down the hills its pretty hard to stop and you could hit them

Customer Service

I'd take the red trail. Its the hardest to ride and its more fun.

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[May 01, 2001]
mike aberle

it was sunny one day and rained the other when it was dry the trails was fast and rocky some hills but not many steep ones .when it rained it was very muddy and there were lots of bugs out [my legs were swollen]
with out 24 gears i wouldnt have made it through when it rained.i made a wrong turn while returning to my aunts cottage and ended up on the other side of the lake so i had to bike back on the road past the provicial park my route added 45 km to my ride but the rain stoped just as i crossed the bridge and the road dried up so i went on a back trail to get back to my cottage

Customer Service

go on to some hydro wire routes or cros the lake until you see a trail go into it

Similar Products Used:

any trail is a good one try them out

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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