Local Parks

Montgomery Hall Park-Staunton

Montgomery Hall Park is located just south of Stuart Street off Montgomery Avenue. The Park’s 148 acres include rolling hills, quiet woodlands, sports fields, playgrounds, picnic shelters, trails, and a public swimming pool. The trails in Montgomery Hall Park are twisty, turny fun. They are laid out in a way that if you ride them fast, you are always on edge. Not much rock in there, so the only major technical challenges are the occasional log to hop and the twisty, and sometimes a little rooty corners. The trails are maintained by both city staff and local cyclists, are usually in great shape.

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Rocktown Trails at Hillandale Park – Harrisonburg

The City of Harrisonburg owns this natural surface single-track trail system designed for mountain bikers and trail walkers/runners. The trail system provides three different levels of difficulty to appeal to a complete spectrum of runners, walkers and cyclists from novice to expert. Designed and developed in accordance with the IMBA guidelines for sustainable shared-use trails, it has a system of stacked loop trails with three levels of difficulty from easiest to more difficult and then leading to most difficult.

710 Hillandale Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va 22801. Take Hillandale Avenue off of Va. 42 south (South High Street) in Harrisonburg. Follow Hillandale Avenue into the park. Trailhead is on the right before circle.

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