A strong 7
Basically, the park is broken into three sections:

section 1 - nice climb to the "needle" with three different approaches, and a killer bomb down, plus lots of twisty single track;

section 2 - single and double track not super technical, but a good combination of short climbs and rolling drops and straight aways;

section 3 - more aggressive and technical single track - very fun.

What makes this park great is that you can get in a quick ride after work, or put together a significantly longer one with varying degrees of terrain and difficulty. Sort of a mini moochy sans the commitment to punishment and misery (which we love so much - :twisted: ). There are several roads and cinder trails that intersect the park, so it is pretty har to get hopelessly lost.

FYI, there is a JORBA trail maintenance chapter for the park. Check out www.jorba.org, and TM programs are posted in the forums and calendar sections of the site.


Well-Known Member
Looking to get in touch with the JORBA rep from Kittatinny. Its my understanding that the Paulinskill Rail Trail is overseen by KVSP. I live near the trailhead and would love to keep the trail open and tidy. The beginning sees the least amount of use and is actually real mountain biking in a few spots.


Team Bulldog Rider
Keep tuned. We are trying to line up something for this weekend. Waiting for approval from the park.

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