York River State Park

Williamsburg, Virginia 23187

York River State Park

York River State Park Professional Review and Guide

"This ride's general location is 11 miles west of Williamsburg. Scenery includes mature hardwoods leading to a bluff overlooking the York River. This is a good family or beginner ride. The State Park has two distinctly different sets of trails open to bicycles. The Marl Ravine Trail is one option. This ride is a system of trails forming an easy, seven-mile, out-and-back ride from the Visitor Center via the Backbone, Riverview, and White-Tail Trails, with a short loop around Beaver Pond.

These wide double-track trails are just the thing for a nice spring or fall day. Backbone Trail is the longest of the trails, and the others shoot away from it like floating ribs. The Riverview and White-Tail Trails spur off the end of the 1.3 mile Backbone and offer two ways to get to a nice bluff in the woods overlooking the York River."

York River State Park Reviews

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Trail Information

Williamsburg
Nearby City
7
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Technical Difficulty
Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty
Year-round, except the park closes from late November through early December
Season
York River State Park 757-566-3036
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