Miles Standish State Forest - Trail, Plymouth, Massachusetts

Miles Standish State Forest - Trail, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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[Aug 05, 2009]
DaveTV
Weekend Warrior

FYI it's "MYLES" not "Miles" Standish.. :)

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4
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3
[Jul 22, 2003]
Joe o
Weekend Warrior

A 5 mile loop arrowed in blue. Mostly single track with pine needles and roots very little sand. Some down hills and short steep uphills definite thigh burners.

Customer Service

Park at the old motorcycle parking lot.

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3
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3
[Jun 18, 1999]
Jason Dubreuil

Types of trails, Paved trails with a lot's of hills and and very fast curves, and some not so challenging paved trails. Many miles of fire access roads, that range from hard packed sand, to beach sand consistancy. These fire access roads have very fast downhill portions with sharp turns, depending on the direction of travel. There are also bicycle trails have are very narrow and with loads of curvers uphill and downhill, consistant with good race courses.

Customer Service

495 South, to Exit 2. Take a right off exit. Follow road for about 3 miles, then take right, it's the 4 right you'll see on that road, you will see signs for the state forest. Then follow that road till end, can't miss it.

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3
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[Oct 03, 1999]
Tristan

If you want any kind of off-road technicalities don't come here...lots of soft sand, pine needles and pavement...fun for an hour...have fun as the "Enviromental Police" chase you down the fire roads.

Customer Service

495s-xit 2-left off ramp-follow signs

Similar Products Used:

Ames Nowell in Abington, Borderland, F. Gilbert Hills,

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1
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[Jan 22, 2000]
Lee J

All I found here were paved bike trails and sandy fire roads. The paved trails are mildly amusing for a little while, as they are twisty and hilly, but they get old fast. The fire roads are too sandy to be fun for a mountain bike- it's almost like riding on the beach. They'd be perfect for motorcycles, but I believe they are now illegal here. This is not a good place to mountain bike.

Customer Service

At some other place

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1
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[Sep 29, 2000]
douglas cushing

If you look hard enough there is some fun singletrack with tight switchbacks, and short steep patches going from wooded to field to wooded areas, very narrow..
watch for horsecrap, or youll be sorry. Sandy patches on fire roads are quite unpleasant though.. hey.. have fun

Customer Service

look around off the fire roads, and horse lanes

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3
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[Jun 25, 2002]
kailas

there's a nice paved trail if that's what you're into.

as far as technical riding... the horse trails are way too sandy, and the hiking single track is completely overgrown to the point where you have to get off and push through bushes over your head on some. every now and there there's a nice open stand of trees, but those are few and not too large.

if you want technical riding, don't go here.

i found there was something weird in the air that made me feel asthmatic.

Customer Service

same as other people suggested
http://www.state.ma.us/dem/parks/mssf.htm

Similar Products Used:

wompatuck

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1
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[Nov 20, 2002]
Mike

See my detailed review for this and other trails along with my GPS-generated maps at

http://24.147.58.236/sheahome

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1
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