Caesar Creek - Trail, Cincinnati, Ohio

Caesar Creek - Trail, Cincinnati, Ohio

DESCRIPTION

Great network of trails by the lake. Has about 14 miles of trails with 135' average elevation change. Can be ridden as on out and back or a loop. There are a lot of hills on this trail to keep the trail rolling. Several descents are steep and the ascents can be just as challenging. Lots of leaves here in the fall to slip you up. Much of the trail is tight, twisty single track lined with small trees. Varied terrain but nothing too difficult or technical.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 06, 2013]
REDLINE MIKE
Cross Country Rider

I have rode these trails hundreds of times, and they never get old. A lot to offer: crazy steep descents, leg burning climbs,and quick technical sections. If you like groomed/smooth trails, these trails are not for you. These trails will make you work. Lots of roots, rocks and ruts. Overall very fun and challenging to ride!

Customer Service

Harveysburg rd. to ward rd. race loop(approx. 9miles) and ward rd. to caesers campground and back (approx.9.5miles)

Similar Products Used:

momba and harbin park.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 05, 2012]
droc089
Cross Country Rider

The trails have been recently cleared out, and the main ones have been trimmed back. Nice set of trails, more for the intermediate/advance riders noobs beware. Tons of roots, with some technical downhills and climbs mostly going up and down ravines. Beautiful ridge lines that ride the lake. Needs to be marked better, thought I was gonna get lost a few times.

Customer Service

Start at Ward TH, then go south then north.

Similar Products Used:

John Bryan SP, MoMba

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jun 05, 2010]
braider33
Weekend Warrior

These guys are asleep at the wheel. I ride Ceasars Creek almost every time I am in town and this past weekend was the worst. If you enjoy being whacked in the face by stray tree limbs every few feet for the first couple miles (if enter the trails by going right from the parking lot), enjoy. Eye-pro strongly recommended. Not sure if there are any trail days scheduled by the locals but I'd recommend carrying a weedeater and some loppers out if you ride this place regularly. My brother told me Nash helps maintain the trails so Nash, "Get off your lazy a** and do some work!" Otherwise, I've enjoyed riding these trails in the past and would recommend them to anyone in the area (if they've been trimmed recently).

Customer Service

From the parking lot, go left. If you go right, you're somehow pedaling uphill the entire time. How does that work?

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Nov 06, 2003]
fischman
Weekend Warrior

This trailhas a lot going for it--fun, rolling singletrack, good distance, and some technical challenge. The woods are lush and the occasional views of the lake are great. There are a few ravine exits that are simply unrideable. Very steep with huge roots blocking the way. A couple of the ravine entrances will test your nerve as well as your brakes. Overall, this is very good trail, but it does need a few days to recover after a rain.

Customer Service

Start at the Ward Road trailhead. Head south for a good warmup before the technical parts. Head North for big ravine after big ravine.

Similar Products Used:

John Bryan, Huston Woods

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Sep 29, 2003]
redrage61
Weekend Warrior

one of the best trails i have been on! great mix of rolling single track with good climbs and nice downhills. beware--when its wet, its a hell of a mud pit. i wait one to two days before i head out again. good for beginers, but you'll be walking a lot till you get used to the place. lots of ruts and roots make it fairly technical(for me atleast) make for a very fun ride. if you go there for the first time, be sure to grab someone to find out where to go. i went three times before someone told me about the area and how much there is to offer as far as riding goes.

Customer Service

i like the harveysburg rd trailhead. go east on st.rt.73 past waynesville to you see the signs on the left. go till the road narrows and you'll see a white sign on the right. park and go ride

Similar Products Used:

heuston woods,vultures knob

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Nov 10, 1998]
Mike Kuhns

Great trail, probably over 15 miles of different trails, good up and down-hills, singletrack, several creek crossings, well maintained.

Customer Service

see www.single-track.com

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
[Dec 12, 1998]
Frank Postle

Exact milage is uncertain but exceeds 10 miles. Beginners with some bike handling skills should still wear comfortable walking shoes. Intermediates will enjoy and be challenged with a number of hills of all grades, logs of all sizes, dips, handlebar eating trees and several technical sections. Come prepared to improve you skills and eat some dirt. Advanced riders will not be disappionted with the technical skill required to ride any section without a toe tap or two. Best not ridden when wet but there are several streams to cross which hold water all year. One of the best trails in Ohio

Customer Service

One of several trail heads is at the campground entrance at the deadend of Center Rd. off of route 380. The deadend of Harveysburg Rd. off of Route 73 is also popular. The end of Ward Rd. is used by everyone including non bikers but is still a good trailhead.

Similar Products Used:

East Fork State Park: east of Cincinnati

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Dec 20, 1998]
Fast Freddy

These trails can be very challenging. Once riding these in their worst conditions, the hills at Snowshoe WV seem to feel very similar. Very good place to improve your technical skills.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Dec 21, 1998]
Jim

Caesars creek is moderately technical. I like it better than Hueston woods. Much of the trail is nontechnical, smooth and not too steep. However,the trail is punctuated by steep sections, usually with roots. Please be careful not to skid down these sections. I recently observed a group of about 10 cyclist come skidding down a steep section. Every one locked up his or her back tire on the way down. Skidding may be fun or look cool but it will destroy the trail. Overall, Id say that 95% of the trail is fairly straightforward and easy to navigate with the remaining 5% being the steep uphills and and v-shaped drainages. There is a supper cool hill that drops probably about 50 vertical at a +45 degree angle. Its a total blast but try not to tear the trail to shreds.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Dec 22, 1998]
brad

A lot of fun. You can ride these trails all day and never take the same route twice. its pretty technical with some relatively steep dropoffs so first time riders should beware. there is also a race course that is fast and fun for directions to that go to www.hfpracing.com and look under the KOORS schedule for '99 and find the race at Caeser's, its listed there.

Customer Service

there is a trail head off of harveysburg and off of 380 back by the campgrounds

Similar Products Used:

paint creek, east fork, harbin park, tower park landen deerfild park, hueston woods.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
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