TRIBBLE MILL PARK - TRAIL

TRIBBLE MILL PARK - Trail, Grayson, Georgia

A FEW TRAILS AROUND PARK (HORSE TRAILS) WITH SOME WORK COULD MAKE A GREAT RIDE. LARGE AREA TO EXPLORE

User Reviews (21)

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Taildragger   Weekend Warrior [Dec 27, 2013]

I found this to be a fun bit of trails, Visiting a buddy in Grayson and he suggested this. I'll be back.

Customer Service

All of it.

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4
VALUE
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2
Mikey_Dawg   Weekend Warrior [May 03, 2009]

The park has 2 lakes so it provides a scenic ride for all biking desires. They have a paved trail that you can ride throughout the park but I havent really ridden that much at all. What I like most about this park is the variety. In any given area you are at, there are multiple trails that branch off through the park giving you a lot of variety of trails to explore. There is plenty of ascent and decent, a nice ride around the lakes, some great challenging single track, a little granite riding, and even an area with some bowls for some jumps, etc. There are also a handful of creeks that feed into the lakes that you can try and navigate through or just provide a good place to stop and enjoy the scenery. I put in about 13.5 miles there today and could have kept going for more if I hadn't run out of water / energy... just a ton of fun to be had there. I've run into a couple riders there that say that have routes they ride there that are over 12+ miles where they never ride the same section twice or at most ride 1 section twice to get to some other areas. Lots of stuff to explore there. If you are ever in the Gwinnet County area or live around the area and havent ridden there - I recommend you check it out.

Customer Service

I like to park near the playground and head into the trails right next to the fence located directly across from the playground/parking area. It is a good area to get into the trails and allows you to warm up as well. Many different routes to check out there so just get into the trails and start exploring.

Similar Products Used: Harbin Alcovy (Brand new park opened 3/2009 - only partially opened though). GA International Horse Park. UGA Intermural field trails in Athens.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
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3
mtbtrekker   Weekend Warrior [Apr 13, 2009]

to add to walljace's review dated 5/5/07, i would describe the trail as well maintained and smooth. during 2 hrs of very easy riding, we found over 11 miles of DIFFERENT trails.

Customer Service

i recommend reading walljace's review dated 5/5/07. he did a great job! i found i had to park before the gravel road, and we did not find the trail at the end on the left to be technical. we only spent two hours exploring at a recovery pace tho.

Similar Products Used: ft. yargo (state park) in winder, ga. so far, i feel ft yargo is more difficult aerobically and technically than tribble mill (county park).
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RATING
4
VALUE
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3
FireFerum   Weekend Warrior [Apr 21, 2008]

The description of this trail is outdated. There are trails that fork off in different directions with different skill levels. You can spend an entire day there and not take the same trail. They have a trail that starts off as an access road circling the second lake (the non paved one), some areas with granite especially near the old mill area. Do not cross stream on your bike, you will fall. It is extremely slippery even on foot. They also have some nice downhill areas depending on which direction you go and where you start. Overall, if you just explore the area, you will find a trail that best suits you.

Customer Service

For beginners I recommend starting on the access road on the right once you pass the red bridge. It goes around the second lake with great scenery, easy uphills, and a couple of nice steeper inclines.

For a better time, I recommend you park at the playground, look across to the fence and see the little trail on the right. It goes next to fence pretty much the entire way up. It's not an easy climb but if you don't mind a little walking it's OK. Once you get to the top you can: 1 go straight and enjoy, 2: take the gravel road 100yards down and on the left between two big granite rocks starts a pretty nice and fast downhill trail. The trail eventually ends up on the second lake where you can take a left or a right depending on how much riding you want to do. To come back you can either find your way through some other trails or take the paved trail and relax since it will take you to the playground area.

Similar Products Used: Fort Yargo State Park is very nice. Has roughly about 12 miles of a trail that circles back around. Lately it has been criticized of being too difficult.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
walljace   Weekend Warrior [May 05, 2007]

I love this place, there is a very nice assortment of trails. Beware crossing the granite falls at the old mill site, they can be slippery......

Customer Service

When you go through the main entry, go across the bridge and up the hill, at the top of the hill, a gravel road is to the right (park there). Go down the dirt road. There are trails that go the left and right. the ones on the left are tight single track through pine forests. the ones on the right end up back to the lake eventually. If you go all the way to the end of the dirt road, one trail goes left and another goes right. Left is a pretty technical downhill with some small drops. to the right is another trail that ends back up at the lake. all of these trails have single tracks that fork off. EXPLORE!!!!!

Similar Products Used: Fort Yargo - fast trail, but not as technical.
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
Josh   Weekend Warrior [May 05, 2007]

A really great trail system. It has a little bit of everything and you rarely pass another biker. I go about twice a week and do about 12 miles each time. I hardly ride the same trail twice, and Im still finding new trails. There are some incredibly tight trails, plus one good downhill section. The key is you have to EXPLORE!!!

Customer Service

When you go through the main entry, go across the bridge and up the hill, at the top of the hill, a gravel road is to the right (park there). Go down the dirt road. There are trails that go the left and right. the ones on the left are tight single track through pine forests. the ones on the right end up back to the lake eventually. If you go all the way to the end of the dirt road, one trail goes left and another goes right. Left is a pretty technical downhill with some small drops (dual suspension recommended) to the right is another trail that ends back up at the lake. all of these trails have single tracks that fork off. EXPLORE!!!!!

Similar Products Used: Fort Yargo - pretty fast, but not nearly as technical.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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3
Kevin   Weekend Warrior [Mar 13, 2007]

This is an excellent place to ride in that it provides something for all skill levels. For the rank beginner, there are paved and gravel trails all over the park. A bit more challenging are the trails around the lake, which are fairly wide and non-technical for the most part. Still more challenging are the many singletrack trails, which crisscross one another and provide for any number of ways to link them together for a great ride. Enjoy!

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1
VALUE
RATING
3
ebayrandk   Weekend Warrior [Dec 22, 2006]

I really enjoyed this trail system. There are a variety of different trails you can ride out here. They have some nice decents, with some nice little jumps, There are a few areas for granite climbs. Over all this is a nice ride has something for everyone. It will take a few rides to learn all the different trails so you can create which ever kind of ride you want.

Customer Service

Just go and get lost and enjoy.

Similar Products Used: Horse park, dosset trails, heritage park
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
jimmyj   Cross Country Rider [Aug 14, 2006]

Very underrated....This is a great trail, it has whatever you want. If you can find the gully, it is a great place to practice your jumps. Anyone who says this trail sucks just hasn't spent enough time looking around.

Similar Products Used: Chicopee.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Dano   Cross Country Rider [Aug 08, 2006]

The mileage information is incorrect. We just mapped with GPS and there are 14.5 miles of trail at Tribble Mill. The trails are not marked so if you ride by yourself, it is understandable why you can't find your way around. There is a little of everything from beginner to intermediate in technical difficulty. There is plenty of single track inclusive of cool whoops, jumps, creek crossings, and plenty of fast downhill tight turns. If you want to get a tour around this trial contact the Gwinnett Chapter of SORBA.

Customer Service

We are in the process of determining the perfect spot to call trailhead. There is no "route" at this time. Ride with someone who knows the layout.

Similar Products Used: Fort Yargo
Yellow River
Conyers
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
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