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The Concord Park Trail System offers 9.4 miles of singletrack trails for hikers, mountain bikers and trail runners. The main trail section of the park features 7.3 miles of rolling and twisting singletrack and the remaining 2.1 miles of additional trail are across the drive on the west side of the parking area (see map below). Don't miss exploring both sections. From the kiosk trailhead, the trail heads uphill which provides a nice descent on your exit from the trails. The shoreline trails contour Springs Creek, an inlet of Fort Loudoun Lake. As you snake your way inland, the woods are lush and sometimes overgrown as trails become tighter. There are both flat and hilly sections and the trail surface varies from smooth to rooty sections. Riders are asked not to ride this trail system during or directly after inclement weather as there will be boggy sections in dips and around the lake. Trails are rated moderate and are well-blazed, signed and maintained.

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