The Skowhegan River's Edge Bike Park is a short, machine-built lollipop loop through the woods in Debe Park along the western shore of the Kennebec River. There are multiple stations with optional boardwalks and bridges to test the skills of more advanced riders. The downhills have both dirt and boardwalk berms to make for fun, swoopy descents.
This trail passes through a property that was acquired in part with funds from the Land for Maine’s Future program. For more information about the LMF program and the places it has helped to protect, please visit the LMF webpage.
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Parking is available on Joyce Street on the left before the Water District building. From the parking area, follow the paved Debe Park River Walk to the Bike Park trailhead, which will be on your left.
If riding from downtown Skowhegan, ride to Patten Court, which leads to the Kennebec River off of US Route 2/Water Street and is roughly 75 feet west of where Russell Street breaks away from Water Street. Continue down Patten Court to the river and cross the river using the foot bridge. Turn left onto Mount Pleasant Avenue. The trailhead for the Debe Park River Walk will be about 100 yards further on your left. Follow the paved trail to the Bike Park trailhead, which will be on your right.
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