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    Is there anything in or near Holland?

    Just wondering as I ride through, around, and outside of town quite a bit, and I'm looking for something local that actually requires some skill, Possibly more skill than Bass River or Yankee Springs rec. area. Thanks in advance!

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    Luton Park is in Rockford. It's about 35 min East of Holland.

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    Cannonsberg (sp?) is also in Rockford.

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    I've been to both of them with friends, hella great trails, but I'm looking for something within 5 - 15 miles, so I could ride out there instead of drive. Thanks anyways though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazythoughts101 View Post
    I've been to both of them with friends, hella great trails, but I'm looking for something within 5 - 15 miles, so I could ride out there instead of drive. Thanks anyways though!
    Gotcha. Make sure to stop at New Holland Brewing if you have time. It's one of my favorites in Michigan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazythoughts101 View Post
    I've been to both of them with friends, hella great trails, but I'm looking for something within 5 - 15 miles, so I could ride out there instead of drive. Thanks anyways though!

    Yeah, it's hard to justify buying a new mtn bike if you have to ride 45 minutes one way and don't have that kind of time. There's nothing in the Holland area, I don't count Rilley Trails or Pigeon Creek, or that small trail that was made years ago near the Saugutuck Dunes parking lot.

    The good trails are all East of US131. I really enjoy CSGA but I really don't have the time to take an entire afternoon or morning to make the round trip and ride the trail. I know that lack of participation for building a new trail has always been a big problem in the Holland area.

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    Sorry dude. Not much around Holland other than Bass River.

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