Two Creeks Conservation Park - TRAIL

Two Creeks Conservation Park - Trail, Wheatly, Ontario

Single track technical parts, tight and turnny good for bigginers and advanced bikers my moto: if you didn't get a concusion then you don't ride hard enough just a little note

User Reviews (6)

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Frogdog   Weekend Warrior [May 14, 2011]

My buds and I like this trail. I fun for beginers with some technical spots. We like to ride here quite regular. Very fun night ride.

Similar Products Used: Little river, malden, Burnet
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4
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3
JD73   Cross Country Rider [Jul 30, 2009]

Two Creeks has matured in to a favourite trail for many riders in the Windsor/Chatham area. The loop consists mainly of tight, twisty single track with short ups and downs and several bridge crossings. It's well maintained and has a good, fast flow to it.

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5
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3
Matt   [Jul 02, 2000]

Two Creeks is not that great. There is only one good section. The whole park is hard to find your way around. The only thing it is good for is night races. The next night race there in some time in September. There should be more info at www.rocket.on.ca See you there. By the way, if you need better directions then call the number on the web site.

Similar Products Used: Brunet, malden, morton.......all in windsor.
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3
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Greg   [Nov 18, 2001]

Excellent trail for beginners like myself. I like it because it is technical but "do-able" for those of us that have to go to work in the morning. This trail is a pleasant surprise in a boring mountain bike region. Two creeks keeps you interested not just pedalling. There aren't any crazy sections, but the guys are working on improving this already great trail, so check it out, I think you'll like it.

Customer Service

Take #3 from Leamington, turn left at the lights and the conservation area parking lot is on the right just past the tracks.

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4
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Smytty   [Oct 15, 2002]

Overall, Two Creeks was a pleasant surprise in some very flat terrain. While none of the trails are very technical, there is enough variety of rolling terrain that you can combine a bunch of loops to interest yourself. I rode this one with 3 beginners, and they enjoyed it as much as I did.

There is some abundant tight, twisty singletrack, and a bunch of not quite doubletrack paths. There is enough variety to make an interesting ride. The locals do a lot of trail maintenance, and it looks like they conduct the odd race there too.

Some of the trails aren't well marked, so it can get a bit confusing, however, the whole area is relatively small, so if you keep riding for another few minutes, you'll find one of the main trails again.

3 wheels for difficulty and poorly marked trails, but overall quite enjoyable, considering the flatness of the surrounding terrain.

Customer Service

As described above. Go North from Hwy #3 on Erie Street until you see the signs for Two Creeks on the right (East). The railroad tracks are no longer there, but there are a bunch of large concrete silos on the West side of the road.

Similar Products Used: Good question.
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3
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derek   [Mar 14, 2003]

Two creeks is a vary good trail everyone around thinks so it has grassland thick bush and technical riding in the pines. There's a few difficult small climbs. There was alot more difficult ridding like the six foot high 80 feet long cat walk that winded through the trees and the sea saw with the four foot high pivot aswell as another cat walk that was four feet high that went into a killer drop off. Me and my buddies took alot of time to build this crazy ass shit, and some fucking flame rod took it all down. By the way derek R is a fucking fag.

Customer Service

When you get to the lights in Wheatley turn down erie street north go about 2k/m's in till you see the sign

Similar Products Used: DEREKS MAMA 10 STAR!!!!!!!!!!!!
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5
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