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      Wompatuck State Park in Hingham Massachusetts offers an extremely varied riding experience to area mountain bikers.

      Wompautuck is bisected by Union Street. In the past most of the off road bicycling was done on the right side of Union Street where the majority of the park's unbroken woodland exists. But, over the years the park's staff, aided by NEMBA and area mountain bikers, has been hard at work creating an entirely new network of singletrack trails on the left side of the park in some areas recently reacquired by the State.

      `Wompy' as the locals refer to it, is a great place to ride. It contains the greatest number and variety of singletracks in the close-to-Boston-south area.

      To see which trails are the most popular, on the map above, hit the “Trail Style” tab to open the drop down list, then hit “Popularity. The trails colored red are ridden the most while the trails colored green is at the other end.

      Some of the singletracks, especially the newer ones, are fast and swoopy. While some of the others remind one of long distance trials sections. The latter are constantly busy as you never seem to go in a straight line for more than 50 feet or so, and never seem to stop hopping logs, dodging trees or riding over rocks.

      Prospect Hill is the largest hill in the forest. It has 5 routes to the top, four of which are singletracks. And one of these has the longest section of switchbacked singletrack in the state.

      One of the old singletracks has been closed however. It seems that this singletrack went right through the middle of an area that, unknown to anyone, had unexploded land mines. While riding on this trail was a real blast, straying off of it could have caused another kind of blast. (This area has been fenced off and after a lot of work is certified as mine free.)

      There is an interractive map created by the Friends of Wompatuck and SE MA NEMBA. Copy it to your smartphone and You'll be able to "see" exactly where you are in the park as well as track your progress. The heart healthy trail as well as the last Landmine Classic route are pre-loaded.

      Wompy has a large campground with 450 sites. There's a 10 mile paved bicycle trail that is also a favorite of area roller bladers. And many miles of additional, flat, automobile free paved roads that attract familes with young children.
      The water from Mt Blue Spring is unsurpassed on the South Shore, and best of all, it's free.

      Wompy has hosted a great mountain bike race every year since 1997. It's called The Landmine Classic and is the primary fundraiser for the Friends of Wompatuck.

      Wompatuck is one of the sites in the NEMBA Trail Care Series. In addition to building bridges and erosion control projects, like the state's, 'longest switchback trail', TCS volunteers are actively involved in creating that extensive system of new singletrack as well as bridges like the most recent one pictured here.

      Wompatuck State Park abuts Cohasset's Whitney Thayer Woods, a Trustees of Reservations property that allows mountain biking on a network of well maintained gravel paths. One of Wompy's trails leads right into Whitney Thayer, and covering both areas on the same day would make for a very lengthy ride.

      Wompy's trails can be wet in early spring. (For a better riding experience, you're better off heading further south during mud season, like for instance to Duxbury Trail Network or Massasoit State Park.)

      In the winter cross country skiiers and snowmobilers abound at Wompatuck. Snowmobiles have free reign in the left portion of the forest while most skiers stay on the right.

      No matter what the season, Wompy's trails are used by a lot of different kinds of trail users. So expect to meet a lot of non-bikers out on the trails.

      Wompatuck State Park was originally created to house a World War II munitions depot. Farm and forest lands in the towns of Hingham and Cohasset were bought up by the Government and the existing residents were displaced.

      After the war a large portion of the depot was returned to the State and turned into a state park. Many miles of paved `depot roads' still lace the park especially on the left side. Additionally lots of cement ammunition bunkers and revetments dot the landscape. In recent years more land has been returned to the State as the Federal Government continues to clean up hazardous waste.

      Even with the remnants of all of this military development Wompatuck has a lot of trails. And even more are in the works. Check out this link for some pictures showing the historical military remnants still to be found in Wompatuck.

      If you live in the close-to-Boston-south area, you already know about the Wompatuck State Park. If you don't, it's a good place to check out. It's also the site of quite a few of the South Shore rides in Southeast Mass NEMBA's Fun Ride series.
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      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      eBikes Allowed: No
      AKA: Wompy
      Land Status: State Park
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      Access Info:
      Most riders start their rides at the Visitors Center: 196 Union Street, Hingham, MA 02043
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      Region Status
      Open as of Jun 13, 2021
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      Total Distance
      96 miles
      Total Descent
      7,468 ft
      Total Vertical
      212 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      239 ft
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      Popular Wompatuck State Park Mountain Biking Trails

      Photos of Wompatuck State Park Mountain Bike

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      Videos of Wompatuck State Park Mountain Bike

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      Current Trail Warnings

      May 25, 2021 @ 10:42am
      May 25, 2021
      WetMustangMTNBike Flood out

      Recent Trail Reports

      Jun 13, 2021 @ 11:18am
      Jun 13, 2021
      VariableOttaCee BlueHills Tree down halfway
      Jun 13, 2021 @ 11:18am
      Jun 13, 2021
      Prevalent MudOttaCee BlueHills Mud is pretty bad and deep, use caution
      Turkey Hill Lane
      Jun 5, 2021 @ 1:02pm
      Jun 5, 2021
      Prevalent MudOttaCee BlueHillsTop half is very wet and muddy - please...
      Milliken Memorial Path
      Jun 5, 2021 @ 1:02pm
      Jun 5, 2021
      VariableOttaCee BlueHillsCouple of muddy corners and sections
      Jun 5, 2021 @ 1:02pm
      Jun 5, 2021
      VariableOttaCee BlueHillsSection near the bridge was VERY wet and...
      Bird Trail
      Jun 5, 2021 @ 1:02pm
      Jun 5, 2021
      VariableOttaCee BlueHills
      NW5 Connector
      Jun 5, 2021 @ 1:02pm
      Jun 5, 2021
      VariableOttaCee BlueHillsVery wet and muddy - please ride through...
      N24 - N25
      May 2, 2021 @ 5:56am
      May 2, 2021
      VariablejcavicchiFew wet spots but overall good.
      May 2, 2021 @ 5:56am
      May 2, 2021
      VariablejcavicchiFew wet spots but overall good.
      To N23 - West
      May 2, 2021 @ 5:56am
      May 2, 2021
      VariablejcavicchiFew wet spots but overall good.

      Activity Feed

      user #1470698lawyer-not-a-dentistwishlisttrailTriphammer Lot - N16
      Jun 19, 2021 @ 11:58am
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      user #2711190JokallowishlisttrailPine Run
      Jun 18, 2021 @ 10:58am
      Jun 18, 2021
      user #2074228JmlacassriddentrailS22- S24 and 24 more
      Jun 14, 2021 @ 8:20pm
      Jun 14, 2021
      user #1193521OttaCeeaddreportC12-C16 and 1 more
      Jun 14, 2021 @ 1:54am
      Jun 14, 2021
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      Jun 12, 2021 @ 7:07am
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      Recent Comments

      user #2686771WongburgertrailN13-C7Swamp
      May 7, 2021 @ 2:29pm
      May 7, 2021
      user #2536381BrettlindholmtrailYah Mon!Such an awesome section!
      Jan 12, 2021 @ 5:48pm
      Jan 12, 2021
      user #1162244CdonzetrailPine RunFun trail off prospect hill with a couple...
      Dec 5, 2020 @ 2:20am
      Dec 5, 2020
      user #2490936Tj0307trailS29-S32Dog in backyard at 0.3 mile mark. Low fence. ...
      Nov 14, 2020 @ 6:38am
      Nov 14, 2020
      user #2188109mappermooktrailDH TrailFun to ride in reverse (downhill). Some...
      Sep 9, 2020 @ 2:56pm
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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike44896 miles7,467 ft36 miles213 ft
      E-Bike164 miles66 ft4,934 ft43 ft
      Hike44896 miles7,467 ft36 miles213 ft
      Trail Running44896 miles7,467 ft36 miles213 ft
      Horse164 miles66 ft4,934 ft43 ft
      Dirtbike/Moto123 miles23 ft2,710 ft30 ft
      Observed Trials123 miles23 ft2,710 ft30 ft
      ATV/ORV/OHV123 miles23 ft2,710 ft30 ft
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