Green River State Park - TRAIL

Green River State Park - Trail, Campbellsville, Kentucky

Just follow the clearly marked maps at the trail head, or check in at Eddie O's Bike Shop in Campbellsville. A nice mix of rolling singletrack going through the woods beside Green River lake. As a plus, there is also a dedicated downhill section!

User Reviews (12)

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Alan Brown   [Nov 26, 1998]

I have only ridden here once and it was on a new bike after some heavy rain. I had a real tuff time staying on the side-hill trail because it was not cut in very deep. Away from the side hill the trail was great. I am sure now after a couple more years of riding the trail is more defined. Convient camping at trail head.

Customer Service

Described above pretty well. There are numerous options on the trail but it would be difficult to get lost...just explore away.

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Brian   [Jun 17, 1999]

The trail system is very differnt from anything I have ever been on. The Downs are very fast but getting back to the top sucks. There is alot of nice scenery and a ton of kick ass single track. The marina loop is worth doing twice. If you go plan on staying a long time. It's worth the drive.

Customer Service

Have no idea! Slept on the way down

Similar Products Used: Waverly, Fort Duffield, Otter Creek, Cherokee park
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Andy   [Jul 05, 1999]

When i wrote this(july 5) i just got back from riding 20+ miles there. it was great. ive ridden there twice in the past month. there are alot of trails that are awesome. the downhill coarse is alright, could be better but its okay. if you get to hot you can go jump in the lake and cool off. devils canyon is fun going in but a killer coming out.

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Steve   [Sep 15, 1999]

I rode this over the 4th of July weekend, great trail system! I rode for 2+ hours in hot weather, wore me out. Great technical singletrack, tough climbs, good place to hone your chops. A good reason to vist the brother-in-law in Campbellsville.

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Eric   [Nov 13, 1999]

We rode these trails in the midwest collegiate regional race. It was one of the best courses of the year, with lots of technical hills up and a couple down. You had to keep your concentration pretty much the whole time. If it tells you anything, some of the people had a little trouble finding a place to suck a water bottle. I know there are also lots of trails in the park, as last year's race followed a slightly different loop. All in all, it was a challenging and very fun course.

Customer Service

We started on the north side of the park and took some counterclockwise loop. I saw tons of other trails that departed from where we had to ride.

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eric   [Feb 01, 2000]

Lots of good Kentucky style riding. Not nearly as technical as Butler. I rode there for over 6 hours and didn't get bored. There is a bunch of small loops you can link up or you can do the bigger ones by themselves

Customer Service

It's fun any way you go.

Similar Products Used: None. I don't live there. Ask Eddie at the local shop, he'll know.
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clyde   [Aug 10, 2000]

THIS TRAIL KICKS ASS!!!!! I have rolled on a lot of places and this is one of da best. The trail is so tight. Main thang is to watch out fo da deer, "nahmean". This place is coo and I highly recommend it. You can ride for bout a minute and not get bored.

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steve   [Apr 20, 2001]

Outstanding trail system, very well maintained, technical enough for most but plenty of breathers too, beautiful forest and lots of lake views/overlooks.

Customer Service

Just wander -- it all hooks up nicely, one main trail down the spine of the park with lots of side loops.

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Brutus   [Oct 01, 2001]

Had a great time.. weather was perfect and saw more deer than riders. Couldn't believe nobody was out there on a Saturday. Took the Lindsay-Wilson race route from about a month ago. Really enjoyed it.

This is the first time I've stayed on the lake side of the main road exclusivly. Much better, lots of ups and downs, some lung-busting climbs (for me), and lots of fast track!

We camped at the corps of engineers campsite at Hodges Bend or something.. just north of Columbia.. great lake views and more trees than the state park campsite.. You do have to drive about 15 mins to get to the trails however.. I'd recommend it for anyone camping.

Customer Service

Started at the parking area across the street from the lodge. tried to follow the signs from the race held several weeks before.

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matt   [Dec 17, 2002]

grew up in a house a mile from the trail and enjoy riding it when i'm back home. Miles of singletrack with some fast straightaways and a few pesky roots and loose shale, otherwise not too hazardous. An ideal park to have a camp/bike/boat weekend...watch for Mr. park ranger if you are going to have an after ride brewsky, and make sure you buy it before you get there too- C-ville's dry as a bone...

Customer Service

from my Dad's house.....

Similar Products Used: Cave Run Lake
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