The singletrack above cuts across the crest of the “Hill,” 2.7 miles in from the south trailhead. This 560-acre park has a good network of trails, including a 4.7-mile perimeter trail. I pedaled 6.8 miles, and it seemed like there were several miles more of singletrack still to explore.
I crossed paths with a raccoon family, Wood Stork, Ibises, and many other wading birds, and this Red-bellied Woodpecker up in a pine tree.
I was back at the trailhead an hour before dusk, so I biked back out for another short leg of singletrack. I rode out into the wind and circled with it at my back, leaving behind a few of those unexplored trails for the next ride.