Freeman Ridge Bike Park is a professionally built and signed mountain bike trail network just outside of Kingfield. At this time, FRBP is still under development, as they continue to expand their trail offerings and develop guest facilities.
Currently, there are approximately two miles of singletrack trail and one mile of doubletrack on an old woods road. While there is beginner terrain available, the majority of the trails are best suited for intermediate riders.
Hiking and running are both allowed on these trails, though pedestrians should be mindful of mountain bikers.
Freeman Ridge Bike Park charges a fee for access to the trails and is only open to visitors during designated operating hours. Daily and seasonal access passes are available. For more information please see the rates and hours section of their website.
For more information, please visit Freeman Ridge Bike Park at their website, or contact:
From Kingfield: Head South on ME-27/ME-16. Turn right onto Freeman Ridge Road 0.25 miles past the Poland Spring Bottling Plant. Freeman Ridge Bike Park is located 0.75 miles up Freeman Ridge Road on the right. Look for the sign on the road.
From Farmington: Head North on ME-27/ME-16. Turn left onto Freeman Ridge Road 0.25 miles past the Western Maine Baptist Church. Freeman Ridge Bike Park is located 0.75 miles up Freeman Ridge Road on the right. Look for the sign on the road.
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