Hudson Springs Park Trails - TRAIL

Hudson Springs Park Trails - Trail, Hudson, Ohio

Technical and twisty singletrack, lots of log jumps, lots of stream crossings. all the trails are off the main trail, just ride on it and look from side to side for dirt paths.

User Reviews (13)

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not a morron   [Oct 15, 1998]

there arn't realy any real streem crossings there are a few log jumps that i my self have bult a few of them but the best jump there is complmens of a sink hole there is one kinda nice down hill on a double track covvered w/ limestone where on can get to a nice crusing speed of 45 and well have funn there i don't wnat to runnin all the funn of finding stuff

Customer Service

well first off to talk about neb's dirs well first off u can not go south on 303 only east or west i guess that u could count when u are crossing over it as going south but that would only be for like one sec well anyways then go north on stow

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MERLIN   [Oct 26, 1998]

NICE AND CLEAN PLENTY OF VIRGIN SHELVES TO DROP OF . JUST WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR. I GIVE A 3STAR FOR THIS YEAR BUT WILL ADD MORE STARS NEXT YEAR.

Customer Service

PRETTY EASY TO GET TO FROM 303. JUST HEAD NORTH ON STOW AFTER INTERSECTING 303

Similar Products Used: HARDY ROAD IS THE ONE OF THE MOST DEMANDING SKILL TRAIL. IT HAS VERY HIGH DROP OFFS AND FAST FIREROADS.
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Ben N   [Oct 27, 1998]

Hudson Springs has mostly single track and log jumps. It is pretty fun and fast for a single track. I don't recommend making a long trip just to go their but if you live in the area it is a great local trail.

Similar Products Used: The Other Side, I think it is realy called Victoria Parkway. It is right next to Hudson Springs.
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Fenton   [Mar 30, 1999]

well over all most of the trails are pretty wimppy

but i am curantly in the prosses of changing that i am also trying to get a few people together that like to ride to do some work on the trails of u are in the genral area and would like to help out e-mail me right now i am looking at doing it on the 24 of april it will go from about 11 till 5 it will be a come for when u can kind of thing but if u can be there the whole time good bring food there will be a cook out at 1:30 hopefully it will go on as planed but if u are intrested make shure that u e-mail me so that i can get an idea for what all needs to be done
thanx

fenton

Customer Service

There isn' to to much to this place for the most part all u need to do is go there and ride around it isn't to hard to find every thing most of the trails have one way that u should go though if there is someone there that knows the area follow them around though

Similar Products Used: the dump and other little known and unnamed places
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ED209   [Apr 23, 1999]

I full little gem I found practically in my back yard. After hauling my bike all over the place it's great to ride a legal (I think...) trail other than the Tow Path (yawn...) in the Hudson area. It's short but fun, with enough ravines and log hops to keep things interesting. It's too short to recommend making a trip out of it, but well worth checking out if you're in the area.

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Joe   [May 15, 1999]

I rode this trail for the first time today. This trail is at least half doubletrack. The doubletrack is very smooth but loose try winding though the woods on it at 25 mph!! The singletrack is the rootiest I have ever seen, with about a ton of logs across the trail. There are also streams to cross but there are piles of logs in the streams so you don't really get wet. It is also very shaded and it doesn't get really muddy when there has been some rain.

Customer Service

I let other people drive...sorry

Similar Products Used: Vulture's Knob, and the little-known trails next to CVS in Barberton (e-mail me for info!)
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Dennis   [Jun 01, 1999]

After Rising Valley closed in Broadview Heights, there is really no place to go that is legal in the Cleveland area. I work in Hudson so I decided to check out the trail since I hit it after work.

Its not bad. Lots of roots and logs which make for some interesting technical riding, but way to short. Would not be bad if the off road(not the gravel)trail continued around the whole lake. An ok place to go for something different and legal.

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nat   [Aug 12, 1999]

Logs, stream with logs, roots. Don't be a trail engineer! Ride what's there! It can be done. Working on an extension loop that cut off by storm damage. Follow the grade at the orange post, off main loop.

Customer Service

First, find the single trak! Just look! Both directions are two different loops. Single trak paralles main path.

Similar Products Used: Beaver Creek. It rocks! It has it all!
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Jimmy and Timmy   [Aug 23, 1999]

We ride these trails every day and they're getting kind of boring. If you've never riden them though, it should be fun. Ride the singletrack and keep your eyes out for a fun down hill off to the side. There is another trail on the other side of the park that goes by the highway. It's mostly logs and stuff though.

Customer Service

Get there!

Similar Products Used: Across stow rd.
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Ricky   [Aug 24, 1999]

Its pretty cool to race on the trails cause its open and flat. But my friend Timmy fell in front of me and i wiped out. It hurt a whole bunch. I like the first off road trail on your left the best. Its got lots of hills and bridges.

Similar Products Used: All the trails are pretty cool. Some morons named Bryce and Andrew and Brock are trying to make some other trail. Its pretty corny. I dont know what they're smoking. But all the trails except a few are pretty good.
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