Avg: 3.35 (3 votes)
This is a wooded dirt jump park - under the cedar trees - with a well-built "main" line featuring 5 large gaps like you'd expect at most dirt jump areas. But it's awesome that it's under the trees and in the shade. The main line starts with two small/medium gaps, then progresses to a larger gap (about 12 feet), then a huge gap/hip and ending on a big step-up. Besides the big/main line, there are all kinds of other random lines, drops and jumps all over the area that have a bit more of a DIY feel to them. You could easily spend a whole day sessioning and goofing around here. Easily walkable with your DJ or BMX bike from the Birch parking lot.


Nov 7, 2019 @ 8:40pm
Nov 7, 2019
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      • + 1
       As of June 2021 they big/main jumps are in really good shape. Recently maintained and running nicely. What I love about this place is that it's dirt jumps in the woods, not the usual sun-baked, grassy/weedy clearing like most DJ parks. Cool spot.
      • + 2
       Really clean dirt jumps with great variety

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