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Mountain Biking Trails in Volusia County


Looking for mountain biking trails in Volusia County? No problem! You can find a few trails to go on in the Voluisa County area if you want to hit the dirt trails with your mountain bike.

Here are some mountain bike trails to check out in Voluisia County:

Chuck Lennon Trails - DeLeon Springs
5000 Greenfield Dairy Road DeLeon Springs
There are some great mountain biking trails located in DeLeon Springs at the Chuck Lennon Trails. Chuck Lennon Park is located next to DeLeon Springs State Park. The park is located at 5000 Greenfield Dairy Road in DeLeon Springs. Once you turn down that road, you will see cows to your right. Drive down and you will see the first parking spot, trailhead B, where you can pick up the trails. There is another place further down the road as well. They all meet up at a hub in the middle. There are several trails at Chuck Lennon Park, including ones that are easy, moderate, and difficult. If you park at that first entrance and take the screaming hawk trail it is a 3-mile easy loop route.  From there, you can pick up other more difficult trails at the hub, or you can drive down to the next entrance to pick other trails up from the main trailhead. The most difficult of the trails is the red panther, which is a .75 mile long difficult trail, which can be picked up from the others.  Other trails include hoot owl (1.3 miles), wild turkey (.6 miles), awesome possum (1.5 miles), angry armadillo (.85 miles), and raccoon run (1.5 miles). These trails are for bikes only, with no foot traffic allowed.

Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve - New Smryna Beach
1755 Martin Dairy Road New Smyrna Beach
There are over 10 miles of mountain bike trails at Doris Leeper. The trails offer routes that range from beginner to advanced. One of the trails offers a more flat terrain, while the other one provides some elevation and is more difficult. The trails take you through a mostly canopied wooded area, offering views of nature and wildlife. Hikers are allowed on the trails, so watch for those on foot. One of the trails that is a mile long is open to both bikers and horses.


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