Grand Lookout and the Whetmore trails are temporarily closed to bikes/hiking. A LARGE group of cliff divers were caught in the Quarry with injuries resulting. As a result of this incident, Rock of Ages (the owner of this private property) and the … Continued
Millstone Trails is officially open for the mountain biking season today! The weather is beautiful, come out and ride. Don’t forget, day passes are required for mountain biking. You can find out where to buy them right here. Or, consider … Continued
Spring is finally starting to warm up around Millstone, and the ‘Winter that almost was’ is finally showing signs of moving on, which means we are getting close to opening day! Trails are still drying out and there’s still snow … Continued
Our trails are closed to bikers from November 14th – December 14th. After that date, when muzzleloader season ends, we’ll look forward to hopefully providing quality terrain for all users throughout the winter, including fat bikers. More information about our … Continued
As part of our efforts to streamline information from the trails to the public, TrailHub will now be our primary tool for conveying trails status updates. We encourage all users to sign up at TrailHub.org, where you can favorite MTA’s trails … Continued
Open and good to go! For up to the minute trail info, go online to Trailhub for Millstone trails.
Sorry, we are closed until things dry out. Please respect. Keep an eye on our Trail Hub widget for the latest info.
Hey folks, Rock of Ages will be using the haul road at the Roller Coaster and Angry Gnome rd crossings. Heavy equipment such as dump trucks, bulldozers and loaders will be active in this area a summer. DO NOT ride … Continued
Hey folks, We plan to open on Saturday May 16th weather permitting, coinciding with the Town Forest Open House. Looks like we have some wet weather moving in this weekend and the beginning of next week, so please be patient. … Continued
Hey folks, Please refrain from riding our trails. We have a lot of standing water and snow in some spots. Trails are very fragile in spring making them EXTREMELY susceptible to damage! The trail crew has been working very hard … Continued