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The Marienville Bike Trail is part of a system of roads and trails in the Allegheny National Forest. The trails are open to mountain bikes, trail bikes, and ATVs and are rated as difficult because of...
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This was our first time riding this trail. It was so peaceful and beautiful ride. At the North end is Drake Well that’s a must to see!!! They have a bike rack and very nice helpful people. We told “Vicky” that a tree was down on the trail and she let park rangers know to get it cleaned off the trail and thanked us for letting her know. We will be back!!!
Our group did 2 different sections of the trail. Great ride, a lot of shade and great views. Will definitely come back for another ride.
Biked the Brockway end of the trail up to the Swinging Bridge. End of August, 2021. It was very hot out but most of the trail is very well shaded through the woods. Goes through State Game lands.
Trail follows Little Toby Creek. Quiet and peaceful ride.
I was on a hybrid bike and the trail is very flat. Trail surface is crushed stone which there wasn't a lot of, it was well packed dirt and easy to ride on.
Could also mountain bike on this trail or trail run!
I enjoyed my ride very much even though it took me two hours to get to, wished it were closer!
The GPS directions provided on this site are incorrect. Searched around for 20 minutes finally found the trail head a half a mile away. Wanted to bike,however, grass was about knee high and impossible to do with our bikes. Note the last sentence of the description, there is no trail head in Brockway.
This was a decent trail. Downhill going towards DuBois. Going back was a good workout.
Annual Ride. Love this trail, wished had more time to ride several times a year. Always a great ride.
Trail is 10 ish miles in length and asphalt paved in very good condition. Though a few bumpy spots on occasion probably from the brutal Pennsylvania Winters.
Two main trailheads, one at the North end near Drake Well Park on the outskirts of Titusville. The other is at the Southern end next to the state park office in Petroleum Centre.
Also found a remote parking lot at the 5 mile marker at Miller Farm Road. It's several dirt roads to get to it.
Trail goes through the state park and is mostly shaded. It follows Oil Creek. Along the trail it's very quiet and peaceful. Usually see a lot of game but only saw one deer.
At the Northern end you can pick up Queen City trail which is less than 2 miles in length, also paved, and follow it to Titusville for services such as Dollar Stores, food places, etc.
Started at Salamanca. 90% grass covered and wet. A lot of muddy patches, difficult to pedal. Only went 3 miles and turned around.
It is shaded.
My wife and I rode the section between Emlenton and the Rockwood tunnel.
The trail is fantastic with great scenery and lots of shade. Normally, I prefer a paved trail over crushed limestone. However, this paved surface seems to have deteriorated over time (bad drainage or tree roots). There are small, but very noticeable ridges (about 1-2") in the asphalt surface that run perpendicular to the trail. They're about 15" apart, so it's like riding down a washboard. Not just in one section, but the entire ride. By FAR the bumpiest trail we've ever been on. We turned around and left.
Trail nicely maintained.
The 3 miles paved portion of the trail out of Spartansburg is great! It goes 1.5 miles North of town and 1.5 miles South of town. Very good condition flat asphalt paved trail.
Traveling South from Spartansburg, 1.5 miles, you will cross over Route 89 and the trail goes for an additional 2 miles. it is dirt, and mud, and gravel. Very rough on a Hybrid. There were a few downed trees blocking the trail that look like they've been there a short while but able to go around. There is also a cement bridge to cross and it's in poor condition. Crumbling cement, and big cracks.
From what I have heard, Clear Lake Authority owns 15ish miles from Spartansburg to Hydetown and will someday, not any time soon, be a completed trail.
Summary of it all: Park in the quant little town of Spartansburg, bike North 1.5 miles to the end, and bike South 1.5 miles to the end of the paved section before crossing 89 to the gravel section.
Biked from Corry PA to Clymer NY. A rough ride on a Hybrid but the beauty made it worthwhile. Trail is 5.8 miles in length and goes through a lot of wooded area which is peaceful and serene. A few sections of the trail literally go through cornfields, those are the grass sections.
Most of the trail is nothing more than 2 paths through the woods. I think it would be a great Mountain Bike experience or to hike or trail run. In the winter would be good for snow shoeing.
The only portions of the trail that are paved are a few hundred feet where the trail crosses the paved roads.
Trail surface is crushed stone, dirt, some sandy spots and grass.
Coming from Corry to Clymer you bike approx 5 miles to get to the New York border. There is no sign or anything!
We parked at the easiest lot to find once we got into town which is on North Center Street less than 1/10 of a mile from Tim Hortons. The North Center Street lot is mile 0 of the trail. The trail crosses over Sciota Street but there is no where to park. Another great place to park is on Hereford Road. No parking at the North end in Clymer NY.
This is a great trail if you would like a peaceful quite ride. I would not recommend on a road bike. Enjoy!
Me n my boyfriend rode from oil city to Franklin and round trip was 15 miles we rode today and it was a beautiful day to ride bikes on the trail..
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