Poquoson, VA Atv Trails and Maps

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Dismal Swamp Canal Trail (NC)

Longer then noted

May, 2020 by candskennedy

If you start your ride at "Chessie" (address is 1200 Dismal Swamp Canal) and continue to the end it's 8.3 miles each way for a total of 16.6 miles. Make sure to apply bug spray. Family and cyclist friendly!

Kempsville Road Trail

This trail does not exist!

May, 2020 by bcameron2

Perhaps I do not understand what is meant by a "trail," but I don't consider a sidewalk next to a busy highway a trail. Today I triked for several miles where this "trail" is supposed to be. I was riding on the sidewalk. There is no independent trail other than the sidewalk. What is mapped for this trail runs through the yards of homes fronting the road.

Lynnhaven Parkway Trail

My husband and I enjoyed the trail! We parked at the mall. There was a pathway with a few some elevations along the way.

May, 2020 by mrswilson1985

My husband and I enjoyed the trail! We parked at the mall. There was a pathway with a few some elevations along the way.


Cape Henry Trail

one on family fav

April, 2020 by nadialdinger

Great trail to bike, run or even warm with the stroller.

Diamond Springs Road Trail

Literally a sidewalk next to a busy road. thought I'd take the kids with me, but I was too on edge with all of the traffic.

April, 2020 by fishingwithprom

Literally a sidewalk next to a busy road. thought I'd take the kids with me, but I was too on edge with all of the traffic.

Newport News Park Bikeway


February, 2020 by michael.ransome

Nice and peaceful 5mile loop!

Trillium Trail (Sandy Bottom Nature Park)

too bumpy for my bike!

February, 2020 by michael.ransome

Way to many tree roots, but overall a quite and peaceful trail┬┐┬┐

Virginia Capital Trail

Noisy but pretty Trail

October, 2019 by akbender

We were in the area and enjoyed the weather as it was a beautiful fall day. Flat, well paved and tree lined. Disappointed that cars and trucks were consistently going by just a stones throw off the bike trail.

Virginia Capital Trail

Worth the Travel

September, 2019 by dawn5662

Drove from WDC to Richmond for a 60 mile training ride and loved the uncongested trail with excellent surface. Very infrequent stops available for restocking fluids or food, so pack accordingly. Will definitely come again.

Trillium Trail (Sandy Bottom Nature Park)

Difficult around the back

July, 2019 by wirenut7171

This park has several trails that allow bikes but the main loop is the longest and the most difficult with the 2nd half being skinny, winding, and full of roots. It was very challenging and not one I would recommend for inexperienced bikers or children. I was a little surprised that it was even designated for bikes there. The park itself is beautiful.

Southern Tip Bike & Hike Trail

July 9, 2019

July, 2019 by c8

I give a four based upon the overall experience of biking out there (more to come on this). The trail itself is pleasant enough if lacking a little in scenery. One passes potato farms (I almost got sucked into the dirt dust of a potato truck as I was riding the trail, b/c it parallels one farm in particular - for a short bit - where the farm's dirt road is right next to the trail). It is mostly in shade and mostly shielded from Route 13 by trees; just a few, short spots of exposure in both regards. The wildlife refuge offers a couple of trails one can bike as well, so that's a nice bonus. Also a nifty bonus is that Kiptopeke State Park is at the Capeville Rd. end of the trail. One does have to cross 13, but it's short and then one bikes down route 704 to the entrance to the park where there are several bikable trails. The trails are not for Major Mountain Bikers, if you are curious. I rode my hybrid on the sand-packed soil and was fine. The trails are flat. So the overall package available to a cyclist is actually quite nice if one takes advantage of rail-trail, the refuge and the state park.

General Booth Boulevard Trail

Decent trail

June, 2019 by abn2nds

Begins at the VA Beach boardwalk area. Not marked great, some of the areas are narrow sidewalks. Crossing the roadways can be difficult as well. It was ok but not great.

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