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    Keehner Park

    Has anybody ever ridden this trail system? Can't find much about it online, but apparently it's very close to where I work and I'd like to ride it sometime. Any info would be great. I've heard it can be pretty confusing for a first time rider there, but don't know myself.

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    where is this?
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    I have ridden there a few times over the last couple years and it was rather overgrown and didn't have much flow at all. I don't remember there being any trail markers and it can be a little confusing, but it's not that big, so you shouldn't get too lost. If you're real close, it's worth a shot. The "trail head" is across the field on the left hand side of the parking lot. It's not too technical, but there are few spots that are not for true beginners though.

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    I will have to check it out sometime. Is it a loop? Or an out and back? I couldn't find anything about it online while looking for trail maps.

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    From what I remember, there is the main trail with short braches off of it and loop back.

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    It is much better now, they put signs on trees for the trail, there is a "main" one i guess but plenty of sepereate trails that hook up to various areas, there are nice smooth areas, rocky areas, small bridges and twisty technical areas, steep hills, etc. Actually pretty nice and if you keep your eyes open plenty of deer.

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    i ride keehner a lot. it is actually quite fun! they did recently put up trail signs, they are about 8-9ft off the ground though for some reason...
    places are overgrown but its all good, thorn scratches are cool.
    the creek riding is fun as hell. by that i mean, riding in the creek bed.
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