Lapham Peak Trails Professional Review and Guide
"The mountain bike trails currently open in the park were relocated, in the fall of 1997, to a set of farm fields across from the main park grounds on County Highway C, to protect the park's hiking paths from erosion. The new, wide paths run through grassy meadows on single- and doubletrack paths with several areas of gravel mixed in for good measure. The area is open to hikers, bikers, and, in some places, horseback riders, so care must be taken in traversing the trail network.
The well-glaciated and hilly terrain is common to the terminal moraine. Luckily for riders wanting to make good time on the course, the majority of larger rocks have long since been plowed from the fields and piled at the far corners to form rock walls separating properties. Elevation Change: The terrain is rolling, with a few 20- to 30- foot climbs, but for the most part the riding is very level."