Walker Park Trails

Walker Park offers over 5 miles of mountain bike designed, multi-use trails. The trails range in difficulty from beginner to advanced - there's something for everyone!


The trail system was built with thousands of volunteer hours through Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA). SORBA hosts a number of events at the park throughout the year. Check out their Facebook page for more information!


Trail Map & Descriptions

Helmets are highly recommended when riding the trails. All dogs must be leashed.
 

Trail Map

Downhill mountain bike trail at Walker Park


 The Green Loop (0.9 miles) is a beginner friendly introduction to mountain biking. It's short and easy but with enough dips and flow to make it a fun ride in either direction (clockwise preferred).

The Orange Crush Loop (0.9 miles) is a beginner/ intermediate trail with bigger dips and and a four berm ravine. It is best ridden clockwise.

Drive-By Truckers (2.4 miles) is a beginner/ intermediate trail with dips, berms, rollers, and rock features as well as a short optional downhill section.

Panic (0.4 miles) is a beginner/ intermediate downhill-only trail with lots of tight berms, a couple optional jumps, and an optional rock drop.

Trail Creek Trail (1 mile) is a paved multi-use path available for use by pedestrians, bicyclists, and any non-motorized modes of transportation.

Uphill Return Trail (0.4 miles) is a beginner, uphill only trail designed to provide an off road option to return from the bottom of Panic and Widespread back up to the upper parking lot of Walker Park. 

Widespread (0.3 miles) is an intermediate/ advanced downhill-only trail with huge berms and jumps. Widespread is for those ready to fly! Pedestrian traffic is not allowed on Widespread.

Photo: Courtesy of Stephen Coopat

Alert IconAs always, users in natural spaces are encouraged to use caution, be aware of their surroundings, and avoid hazards. Please report damaged bridges, downed or hazard trees, and maintenance issues with geo-tagged photos or by dropping us a pin to trails@accgov.com or by calling us at 706-613-3620.