Moneta Park

Moneta Park is one of our top secrets.  It may be in the prettiest location of any of our trail systems.  The property is beautiful with big rolling hills, wooded and open field sections of trail.  This also means this trail system does take fitness and effort to navigate which can lead to a great workout.  Right now there is roughly 3 miles of trail with more planned.

Moneta Park is located off of Rucker Rd. near Moneta Rd (Rte 122).

This trail system was built in a few phases.  The left loop is primarily hand built single track, while the right loop has some machine built sections and some more open sections of trail.

There is now a paved section of trail leading around the main pavilion and ball field connecting to a trail head.  There is more paved trail planned for Moneta Park.

Downloadable Map Moneta Park Map

Few Photos from Taste of the Trails below.


9/30/2015 This summer I made progress constructing a trail system.  There is currently a little over 3 miles of trail.  These are multi use trails built with foot traffic in mind.  The focus was to give Staunton River High School XC running team a place to train and hold meets.  Signs have been made and will be installed soon.  I have attached a downloadable .pdf map below.

Map MonetaPark 2015

11/3/2009 Trail construction has begun and we are working toward the goal of having 2-3 miles built and usable by early spring.  Additional trails will be flagged this winter and we hope to have a map of the property with completed and future trails represented by April.

2 thoughts on “Moneta Park

  1. This is great! Trails in Moneta, wow! Kenny, you do a great amount of work for mountain biking and you deserve multiple kudos. Let me know about work parties and hopefully I can help too. Thanks again!

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