Haymarket, VA

Photo Courtesy of Chris Myers


This trail system consists of about 5.5 miles of single and double track trail tucked into the woods behind the sport fields at James Long Park.

There are 2 converging large creeks that go through the park, which are crossed at various points on some trails. Many trails include several short and steep climbs and downhills between the ridges and the creekbeds, giving it a unique feel for the area.

This trail system also connects to Silver Lake Park via an equestrian path, as well as paved trails around the Dominion Valley community.

Future plans include several more trails which will take advantage of the rocky and undulating terrain. Future plans also include a creekside trail connection to Conway Robinson State Park. Once this is complete, riders will be able to ride over 25 miles of connected trails.

This park still has alot of potential for more great trails, and will continue to be built out pending funding and volunteers. The rocky terrain makes it drain well, so it can be ridden soon after rain.



Donations made directly through this page go directly to the selected trails system and help MORE and its trail liaisons purchase materials, tools and hire the expertise necessary to help us maintain and sustain world class trails in the Washington DC Metropolitan region.

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* When donating to a specific trail system MORE will endeavor to use your donation as it was designated, but under extenuating circumstances may assign the funds to other trails/projects in consultation with the appropriate trail liaison or project leader in such cases as, including but not limited to, the closure of the park, failure of the project to move forward, completion of the project under budget, extended periods of inactivity and/or other factors limiting the ability to apply the funds to the original intended designation.

The trails at James Long Park are suitable for riders of all abilities but include sections more suitable for intermediate to advanced riders. MORE subscribes to IMBA's trail difficulty ratings

MORE Volunteers donated 40 hours of their time to help maintain the trails at James Long Park in 2018.

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