Rocky Fork Lake - TRAIL

Rocky Fork Lake - Trail, Hillsboro, Ohio

New/short trail. Very rough!

User Reviews (5)

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eLDuder   [Apr 25, 2001]

This trail totally blows. Horrible layout for a trail straight down and then straight up for the most part. Way to frickin short Can get no Mo' up for any part of the trail. Takes about 10 minutes to ride most of the trail. Only go here on a dare until improvements are made. Would give a big 0 chills but cannt

Customer Service

Go 50 east from the Nati until you see the sing for Rocky Fork and go thata way

Similar Products Used: Cesear's, Paint Creek(real close to here), Scioto, East Fork SP.
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Zachary   [Dec 20, 2001]

This trail is okay if you have a lot of energy for the hills.

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go down 124 till you see the sing

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Tom   [Sep 01, 2002]

This trail is very, very short, and not well maintained. Not for the beginner rider, lots of logs, steep hills and climbs. Trail appeared as not ridden too often, fallen trees on trail. This trail has potential if there was some care and maintenance involved, way too short must be longer. I think i did the entire trail in 30 minutes or less.

Customer Service

Route 50, than turn on 124, go to Chestnut Rd., look for signs. Follow rd. to the end of parking lot, sign on hill.

Similar Products Used: Paint Creek
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David   [Dec 15, 2002]

Ok so the trail isnt the greatest but hey look were its at.The pump treated sueg in the lake,if they dont care about the lake then what make you think that they are going to care about the trails? As everyone knows the trails are ridden on very often and therefor nobodys going to fix it up.Its like this if you really care about the trails the take your time and work on it, fix it! Not only will you be giving yourself another place to ride but all the other people out there try to find a descent trail.Take the time that you would putting down, aka ,ragging on the place to better use.

Customer Service

Every body thats put somthing on this site needs to learn how to spell sign. Do you think you can handle it ? S I G N not SING

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dabiz   [Jun 23, 2003]

This trail really blows as far as a mtn biking trail goes. EXTREMELY steep ravine crossings, most of the trail was impassable due to trees down, it obviously doesn't get much maintenance....very short also for a bike trail..it is a pretty nice hiking trail though...
advanced beginner/intermediate for 90% of the trail and super advanced/expert/Superman for the ravine crossings....I don't believe they can be done..bring your hiking shoes and leave the bike on the truck

Customer Service

State Route 124 South to left on Chestnut Rd to left on White Rd. Follow signs for Fisherman's Wharf/Marina. Go to the end of the parking lot. Trail head is up the hill from the end of the trailer turnaround. Look for a small sign.

Similar Products Used: Paint Creek, Hueston Woods, Scioto Trails
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