Anderson County is home to a variety of mountain biking trails. Whether you are less experienced and are looking for an easier ride or want something a little more challenging, there is a trail here for you! You can go mountain biking on scenic trails at Norris Watershed or through thrilling twists and turns at Windrock Bike Park!
Norris Watershed has more than 20 miles of woodland trails for you to bike that wind through the watershed’s 2,300 acres. Along the trails, you’ll see gorgeous views of Norris Lake and its surrounding hills and valleys. Windrock Bike Park was built by professional bike riders and has 9 different bike trails, including a new flow trail and improved intermediate terrain. The park has trails that have been upgraded for some smooth, technical riding you can only enjoy at Windrock Bike Park. It has 550 acres and 9 trails with a 2,150-feet drop! Other places with biking trails in Anderson County include Haw Ridge Park and Chuck Swan Wildlife Management Area. Browse the best mountain biking trails in Anderson County below.
|Click on the Recreation Area listed below for Additional Information||Hiking||Mtn Biking||ATVing/Off-Roading||Horseback Riding||Fishing||Canoeing||Camping/Lodging Facilities on Site|
|Windrock Park-72,000 acres/300 miles|
|Anderson County Park-196 acres/6.1 miles|
|Norris Dam State Park-4,000 acres/24 miles|
|*Norris Watershed-2,300 acres/30 miles|
|Songbird Trail-2 miles|
|*Black Oak Ridge Conservation-3,073 acres/13.7 miles|
|Haw Ridge-780 acres/28 miles|
|Melton Hill Trails-5.7 miles|
|North Ridge-10.3 miles|
|*North Boundary-15 miles|
|UT Arboretum-250 acres/3.5 miles|
|Savage Gardens-30 acres|
|*Please note that some of the before listed areas are closed in the Spring and Fall for hunting. Please check the schedule before entering specified areas.|