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      The Refuge Bike Park is located just outside Fremont, Mi on 170 acres of wooded property. Currently there are 4 miles of trail with about one half mile of elevated stunts. We also have a wooden pump track, jumps, drops, roller coasters and a big ravine with several runs to the bottom. Come check us out there is something here for everyone

      Call local bike shop for more info.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      AKA: Refuge
      Access Info:
      W 88th St & S Osborn Ave
      Fremont, MI 49412
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      Open as of Sep 28, 2022
      Local Trail Association

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      user #1466741mattmichielsenwishlistregionRefuge Bike Park
      Aug 31, 2018 @ 5:51pm
      Aug 31, 2018
      user #836752SKIGAN14addregionRefuge Bike Park and 1 more
      Nov 17, 2015 @ 4:40pm
      Nov 17, 2015

      Nearby Areas

      namedistance
      Mosquito Creek 2 2 18.4 km
      Horseshoe Lake 110 km
      Pine Point 3 112.9 km
      Huron/Manistee Forest (Newaygo County) 1 214 km
      Owasippe 3 3 214.5 km

      • By SKIGAN14 & contributors
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