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Organizations and local trails!

The following are Organizations, and local trails to visit. As always, come into our shop or give us a call for more information. We look forward to seeing you out on your bike!

Bike Organizations on Quimper Peninsula

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 Local Trails

Anderson Lake State Park (Discover pass required to park): 
An amazing trail system that's maintained by Quimper Trails Association and Buckhorn Chapter's Backcountry Horsemen, and protected by Rangers on bikes... well worth it. Don't go swimming! Currently being built is the Connector Trail which is about 4 miles in length, and can be accessed from the Anderson Lake parking lot.

BMX Track: 
The small, but worthwhile, track is south of town on the bus route, in Chimacum, at H.J. Carroll Park. Currently maintained by the Jefferson County Parks Department, it is part of larger H.J. Carroll Park which offers a walking path, tennis courts, basket ball courts, pavilions, playground equipment and more. In the near future and with enough interest and dedication, it will be upgraded (ask Pete for more details and the current specs on the project).

Cappy's Trails
A great little network of looped trails within town, all sorts of people, horses and dogs out there. The layout is pretty much like a grid... eventually you'll find your way out. :) With easy, intermediate and advanced trail features/trails, there is something for everyone. 
A conjunction of Jefferson Land Trust, City of Port Townsend public rightofways and more, here is a map.

Gibbs Lake County Park
Seven or so miles of looped mountain bike trails. Be aware of people, dogs and horses. There is a new sweet topographic map of the trail system at this link.  The county's website is and Gibbs Lake can be found here.

Larry Scott Memorial Trail
Maintained by the Jefferson Trails Coalition. The Larry Scott is currently 7+ miles long, which runs south from downtown Port Townsend and ends at the Discovery Bay Golf Course. ADA approved (8 feet wide and hard packed, with minimal elevation change) and highly accessible, with trail-heads and parking lots along the way, it is continuously getting better and better! This trail is part of two larger networks: the Olympic Discovery Trail and the Pacific Northwest Trail.

Olympic Discovery Trail:  
The Olympic Discovery Trail will ultimately stretch approximately 100 miles from Port Townsend (at the East end) to the Pacific Coast (at the West end).  Currently 30 miles of the Olympic Discovery Trail are completed with another 30 miles funded and heading toward construction, mostly west of Lake Crescent. They can also be found on the ODT webpage. The Adventure Route is a fantastic mountain biking path in conjunction with the ODT. Check it out! One of my favorites.

Port Townsend Skateboard Park
Located at Monroe Street between Washington and Jefferson Streets. View Map  This world class park was designed and built by Dreamland Skateparks and opened in May of 2006. The facility has a beginner section, advanced deep bowls, rails, a drinking fountain and a “sani-can” style toilet facility. Here is a link to Concrete Disciples' photos.

Port Townsend Walking Map:
Found here, the Port Townsend’s Non-Motorized Transportation Advisory Board says "This map was developed to assist both residents and visitors alike in discovering the many trails, shortcuts, side- walks and quiet streets that exist in the town. Port Townsend was platted in the late 1800s and these right-of-ways provide the opportunity for the city’s existing trail network. The routes shown on this map are all within those city right-of-ways, easements or on public property."