Lake Topanemus - Trail, Freehold, Jersey

Lake Topanemus - Trail, Freehold, Jersey

DESCRIPTION

Lake Trails: Singletrack. Up Down. Left Right. Multiple log piles. Some jumps. All man made. "Little Dipper" and "Big Dipper". These are two dirt made half pipes with 80 Degree slopes. Nothing too technical, but fun trails to bust on. Many many hills. Pine Trails: Same directions as Lake Trails, but at gate 2 Turn into trails. Singletrack. Fairly flat. Nicely shaded.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 22, 2013]
John
Weekend Warrior

This is a great little park for a quick single track ride. The entrance is easy to miss... park at the lot on Robertsville Road. Ride 100 feet southbound. The entrance is on the right by a white mailbox with the number 132 on it that is covered by shrubs. There are some small logs, climbs, and a cool spot in the inner section that is similar to a half pipe. There is no expert terrain here... I am an average rider and I can do pretty much everything this park has to offer. The last time I rode here was a year or two ago and it was a mess. Someone definitely did a nice job maintaining the trails recently. I spent about 30 minutes and rode the entire single track and hit some trail sections two or three times. I then went to the main section of Topanemus Park (by the parking lot) and spent another 15 minutes riding the wide gravel trails. Overall, a good workout but nothing nearly as strenuous as other nearby spots such as Clayton or Allaire. I highly recommend this place if you live close by, are looking for a fun 20 to 30 minute ride, and do not feel like driving far to hit some trails.

Customer Service

Stay left to do the full loop and then explore the inner section trails.

Similar Products Used:

Clayton Park, Huber Woods, Allaire State Park

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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 21, 2008]
Minotaur
Weekend Warrior

Nice little park with easy cinder trails on the north side of the lake. Twice around and through the trails is about 5-6 miles. On the south side of the lake is the singletrack trail. The south side trailhead is not easy to find. Go out onto the road on the side opposite the main entrance on Pond Road and turn right. Turn into a couple of side streets and you will stumble on the trailhead. It's not Allaire or Shark River, but it's still a workout. I've gone a couple of times, and will again.

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RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[Oct 17, 2007]
dumblond
Weekend Warrior

Bring the kids and brand new riders to help them develop interest and skills. My 7 year old and I were escorted by the local ambassadors and loved it, there's kid size jumps, kid style climbs and kid friendly obstacles and terrain. The size of the park and winding trail routing allows quick loops and re-rides in both directions, ideal for kids who want to "learn the lines" and use the small berms.

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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
1
[Jul 05, 2004]
masked812@comcast.net
Cross Country Rider

awesome trails. i ride them more than once a week. i also maintain these trails. these are fast trails and when u get to know them can become more fun. anyone who gives a bad rating on these trails are some kids that don't mt. bike and only ride lil dipper

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 22, 1999]
peter mcpherson

to see whats going on in the world on NJ biking go to:
www.homestead.com/njr/enter.html

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1
VALUE
RATING
[Oct 27, 1999]
Marty

All trails can be completed in ten to fifteen minutes. Some reasonable hills, fast turns, one major dip, great lakeside rest stop with benches. Primary advantage is you're usually the only one there, so if you live close by, it's a great way to spend an hour.

Customer Service

Just follow the trails around, there aren't two many.

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RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
[Jan 06, 2000]
JimBo

Trail heads off of Lake Drive and Robertsville Road. Multiple log piles throughout trails. Brand new section of trail-very fun, a couple log crossings on it. A couple really cool dips called "Big and Little Dipper" Little dipper is nice to get air off of. Big dipper shoots you into a trail. With the help of local volunteers that ride the trails, alot of being done for the good of the park. No set loop for the trails as of now. In the future their will be a couple set loops. In short, it's a great place to ride to brush up on skills or learn new ones. Sone technical parts, but some trails for the beginner. AWESOME PLACE !!
SUPPORT I.M.B.A !!!

Customer Service

Any trail you want. All trails are fun. Ride the trails in many various ways.

Similar Products Used:

Clayton Park in Imlaystown. About 20 minutes away by Great Adventure. Battleground State Park about 5 minutes away in Manalapan. Both parks are really nice to ride in. SUPPORT I.M.B.A !!!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 18, 2000]
Bobby

This park is so cool. Most of the trails were made by the mt.bikers who ride the park. All of them are maintained by the mt.bikers. There are several jumps to get nice air off of, the Little Dipper being one of the more primary jumps. Lots of logs and log piles to roll over. New sections are very fun and quickly becomming harder packed.

Customer Service

Little Dipper, through roller coaster. Hit some new trails

Similar Products Used:

Clayton Park by Great Adventure

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 18, 2000]
Joe

Lake Topanemus is a great riding spot to hang out at. One of the trails leads to a lake side bench hidden away from the rest of the park. Some unique trail riding features like a couple ditches called "Big" and "Little" Dipper. LOTS of logs to go over.

Customer Service

Any that you deem are fun

Similar Products Used:

Clayton

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
[Jun 19, 2000]
Will

This is a fun park that my older brother takes me to on occassion. He goes almost everyday. I love riding there with him and others.

Customer Service

I like them all. They're really cool. Especially 3G's and rollercoaster.

Similar Products Used:

battleground

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
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