The trail was mostly single-track and hilly with the usual rocks and roots. There were a few small logs across the trail but nothing that a novice like me can’t jump over. The hills were manageable but the trail was deep and narrow at some spots from erosion. Some spots were so deep and narrow that there was only couple of inches of clearance on either side for the pedals.
There were also a lot of sand patches that will definitely slow my ride. Fox Hollow is a multi-use trail so watch out for runners, hikers and children on the trail. There were also horse droppings here and there.
I will try some of the other trails in
All-in-all the Fox Hollow trail was easy to ride for a novice. But the trail may be a bit tough for my two sons because of the deep and narrow single-track and sand patches.
Easy and enjoyable enough single-track multi-use trail for the novice mountain bike rider. The trail is hilly and eroded and narrow at some spots so younger kids may find it difficult and may walk some of the trail. If you want to hike the trail I think you will find the walk difficult because of the depth and narrowness of the trail.
A one mile multi-use loop trail rated as Easy. Hilly with deep and narrow single-track at some spots. Lots of sand patches.
From State Highway 35 northbound: just north of the Cooper Bride turn right onto Navesink River Rd. Travel about 2.8 miles and turn left onto unpaved Browns Dock Road. Go pass the
From State Highway 35 southbound: just before the Cooper Bridge into Red Bank, use jug handle to make left turn onto Navesink River Rd. Travel about 2.8 miles and turn left onto unpaved Browns Dock Road. Go pass the