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    White Clay Creek State Park in DE

    Rode there this past weekend. I highly recommend this as a fast, easy, singletrack trail. The whole thing is singletrack through woods and fields. It's not technical at all but very fun. A nice "break" trail. If you are in SEPA I recommend checking it out at least once. I'm going to be adding my review to the trail reviews section. Peace.

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    Where do you park at when you go there ?
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    4 places to park

    Quote Originally Posted by Fuel90Trek
    Where do you park at when you go there ?

    I usually park in the Bryan's Field Parking lot on Smith Mill Road(Off of Rt 72/Paper Mill Rd)

    There are also parking lots: on Nine Foot Road off of Thompson Station Road

    and near the park office further down Thompson Station Road

    Some folks park at Middle Run and ride across Paper Mill Road to ride White Clay or park at McGlynn's on Polly Drummond Hill Road(so they don't have to pay the user/parking fee at White Clay).

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    Bryan's Field is nice because you can link that loop with Whitely Farm and David English loop's for a really nice ride. Did you get to ride the skills course off of Bryan's Field? I am curious to see what others think of it...the group I ride with seems to enjoy it.

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    I parked at 9 foot rd and I avoided the skills course because I thought it would be trials/freeride type stuff and I was in a hurry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgorth
    I parked at 9 foot rd and I avoided the skills course because I thought it would be trials/freeride type stuff and I was in a hurry.
    No worries about that...its very xc friendly. You can go around everything except for the first bridge in to the course. Nothing serious or big...just something to goof around on. There is a skinny bridge that is a ton of fun!

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