Spruce Creek Preserve

Deland, Florida 32722

Spruce Creek Preserve

Spruce Creek Preserve Professional Review and Guide

"A tight and twisting network of over ten miles of singletrack and doubletrack provides enough loops to keep you riding most of the morning. The less experienced biker can enjoy the challenge of the sandy doubletrack that bisects this jointly owned and managed Volusia County property.

The singletrack sections contain some of the most technical off-road riding in Florida. Although this site is among the most heavily used in the area, drawing bikers here from all over the state on a regular basis, its future as an off-road course is uncertain. The terrain is untypically steep and prone to quick, massive erosion. An area in the middle of the preserve has been declared off-limits to all. The elevation changes along the sharper contours of an inland dune, which is shaded by a thick canopy of hardwoods and saw palmetto."

Spruce Creek Preserve Reviews

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2/3/2008
I give the Spruce Creek Trail 5 stars, because of all the twists and turns. This trail never stays streight or flat for too long. The down hill sections are fast with sharp tight turns at the bottom. I rode the full 6.5mi. Blue Trail and loved it. I'm going back next weekend.
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8/31/2000
A nice ride. Check it out while you still can. a lot of "gator backs" (palmetto roots) in the wooded areas. A nice view on bluff overlooking bend in the river. Stay away from power line area on east side - very soft sand.
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Trail Information

Deland
Nearby City
10
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Difficult
Technical Difficulty
Difficult
Physical Difficulty
It should be avoided unless its' dry.
Season
County of Volusia, Parks and Recreation Department
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Aug 2018