Dam Neck - TRAIL

Dam Neck - Trail, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Trail has is a good 3-5 miles long mostly flat. Single track the whole way with jumps and rolling surface. After rain is a bad time to go. Many diferent ways to get lost back here but all trails connect. Pretty well taking care of.

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logan04   Weekend Warrior [Jan 11, 2010]

This trail is located on private property. The owner will file trespassing charges against you if you are caught on the property.

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Bill   Weekend Warrior [Jan 11, 2010]

This trail is located on private property. The owner will file trespassing charges against you if you are caught on the property.

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cards757   Weekend Warrior [Dec 28, 2009]

I took the outside loop like everyone is recommending because it does have more hills,dips, branches in the way to make it more of an exciting ride than the flat inside trails. But the main reason I am writing a review though is how wet and how many puddles are still on the trails from four day old rain showers. If you don't want to get wet while riding a would wait at least a week to hit this trail. Not only do you get wet, but because of the water puddles (majority of them have at least foot of water) it closed some path ways so you can not go from start to finish on one trial. You are constantly stopping and back tracking to find a dry path.

Customer Service

The outside loop.

Similar Products Used: I have not riddin Ipswitch yet (plan to), but I have heard its the better one in the beach area.
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Donnie Moore   Weekend Warrior [Aug 04, 2009]

There are several trails in this area. Most of the inside trails are flat and muddy and boring. The best trail is the outer loop. It's all rollers with only several flat areas which are great to pick up speed and hit the rollers, even jump a few. It's a great workout if you keep your speed up, and stay off your seat. I grew up around here and rode this on my BMX all the time. The main loop hasn't changed much in years but I never ventured much into the interior, and don't really want to. It's worth a ride if you can find the loop.

Customer Service

If you park at the first turn in past the schools as described on here, don't enter the woods here. Instead, take the paved path down Dam Neck ~1/2 mile and enter where the woods stop and the big ditch begins. Head north along the outside of the tree line and hop the log and you'll see the path. It skirts the edge of the woods all the way around (clockwise) until you get near Harpers Square Apts on Harpers road. If you cross the big ditch there you can take a right and parallel the ditch and get to a few more trails, but most have been torn up by 4x4's. Best to turn around at the ditch?, or explore at your own risk. Check out Google maps and you can kinda see the trail through the trees. Have fun.

Similar Products Used: Not much like this around. Ipswich, I suppose, otherwise head to the Peninsula.
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Michael Fortune   Weekend Warrior [Mar 19, 2008]

I live next to this trail and ride it a few times a week to get a work out. If you know the trails well enough you can loop back 4 different routes and make it an 8 mile ride. It's not a tuff trail but it is fun. watch for the big yellow spiders in the fall....they're everywhere and they bite.

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johns81cj5   Weekend Warrior [Dec 22, 2007]

This trail is the best trail in Va Beach, it's not much but fun to hit for a quick ride. It has been used allot by 4-wheelers which has put allot of ruts, but it makes you have to pay attention to the trail. The trail ends after about 1.8 miles into the ride so you have to turn around and back track. There are two trails that run side by side most of the way; the upper trail has more rolling hills which makes it more challenging. The trail is good for beginners or if you don't feel like driving to the peninsula.

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Drive into the trail and stay left until the trail ends by a subdivision. Then turnaround and follow the trail back. It's about 3.5 miles round trip.

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Ethan   [Aug 23, 1999]

Rode this trail while up visiting my sister in Virginia Bch. A good little trail. Nothing difficult. Never even ran into another rider so it's peaceful. Do it just to get in a few miles and relax.

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Basically only one route.

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Kona Rider   [Nov 23, 1999]

Watch out on this trail. It is on private property and you will get busted. The only time it is inforced is during planting season. The farmer that owns these fields is tired of the Dirt Bikers tearing up his fields...

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  [Jan 04, 2000]

Fun, but has many routes that can trip you. also if you go allitle farther, there is a trail that is on a berm. it is single track and maby 4 miles.

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Go to dam nack. be the school closest to general boothe, there is a dead end street that goes into single track. This is the trail.

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John D   [Feb 08, 2000]

Good singel track for training. Berm in back are abount 3 miles long .Great for testing out you suspension Behind school some Large Pits and deep drop off for some fun rideing,Just watch out for the water it can get deep

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Damneck Road .Parking on side near school

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