Monroe County, PA
Park or Trail NameContact InformationLength
(miles)
Mountain Bikes
Permitted?
Big Pocono State ParkContact: Unknown
Phone: Unknown
 YES
Please note that not all the trails at BPSP are open to mountain bikes. Indian Trail Loop and North Trail are not open to riders. The Pocono Outdoor Club has worked with Park management to open appropriate trails to mountain biking in the park. In addition the trails are maintained by POC volunteers who have donated hundreds of hours to keeping overgrown trails open and minimizing erosion on Park trails. In the near future, we are planning on some great improvements, including development of flow trails in the Park.

You can keep up with BPSP happenings at the Friends of Big Pocono State Park website.

Also please visit the Gone Hikin' blog at http://gonehikin.blogspot.com/2010/11/big-pocono-state-park-pa.html. (Last Updated: 2012-07-26)

Pohopoco Recreation Area-Delaware State ForestContact: PA DCNR
Bureau of Forestry
Phone: 570-895-4000
 YES
These trails are mostly technical single track. The ground is rooted, and the trail difficulty is easy. Trail maps available in parking lot and at the fire tower. Half-mile climb from 2000 feet to fire tower at 2200 feet, highest point in Monroe County. The climb is worth it, because there is an approximately 1 mile descent into a red pine forest. From there, take your pick by using your map. There is an adjoining state game land also with trails. A highlite is a boulder field caused by an ancient glacier.

Directions to Pohopoco Recreation Area-Delaware State Forest:

One and a half miles south of Pocono Speedway on Rt. 115. Entrance on right. (Last Updated: 2002-06-11)

State Game Lands #38 - Wolf Swamp LoopContact: Unknown
Phone: Unknown
Offroad: 7YES
SGL #38 is located in Tannersville. These trails are mostly dual track/fire roads. The trail system is approximately 6-7 miles roundtrip. Trails were developed for hunters, so they are wide enough for a motor vehicle. They are rocky as all PA trails are, not marked except for two beautiful mountain lakes. Good fast riding in a beautiful area. Numerous single track trails are available off of the main loop. Enjoy a micro-brew at Barley Creek on Camelback Road on your way back for further enjoyment. Directions to the trailhead: Take Rt. 80 to exit 45. Take Sullivans trail, turn left at the split. Follow Camelback Road to the very top, and park by the power lines. Entrance marked by state game land sign. (Last Updated: 2012-07-26)
Glen ParkContact: Unknown
Phone: Unknown
 YES
Glen Park is located in Stroudsburgh. These trails are mostly dual track/fire roads. This trail is great. Follows broadhead creek in stroudsburg. The many trails connect to Delaware water gap. Very good riding and enough to explore. Single tracks being made every month.

Directions to Glen Park:Located off of main street in Stroudsburg in southern monroe county. right off of 80 near Marshalls creek exit. Look up Cycle board for directions and trail maps.

Submitted by damianstoy1@hotmail.com (Last Updated: 2000-11-20)