Mountain Biking at Raccoon Creek State Park
Multi-use trails and roads are for trail biking. A variety of terrain features offer everything from steep and rolling hills to level service roads.
11 miles, mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking permitted
3 miles, yellow blazes
This main equestrian trail can be accessed via the equestrian parking lot off of PA 168 and the connecting Appaloosa Spur Trail. The trail winds along rolling forested hills of maples, oaks, hickory, and cherry.
The trail passes an old homestead and spring house. Connector Trail 4 (hiking only) leads to the Pioneer backpacking campsites, Connector Trail 5 (multi-use) leads to the Pioneer Group Tenting areas and Pioneer Camp Road.
0.7 mile, yellow blazes
This trail connects the Equestrian Trailhead parking lot on PA 168 to the Appaloosa Trail.
1 mile, yellow blazes
Beginning and ending on Nichol Road, Buckskin Trail loops through a mixed forest with deciduous and evergreen trees.
This trail serves as the gateway to most of the trails in the western section of the park. From Doak Field to Pioneer Road, Nichol Road is considered a trail since it is rougher than the road sections. Several loops of varying lengths can be created using Nichol Road and connecting trails.
1.1 miles, yellow blazes
Palomino Trail follows an old roadbed for most of its length. It begins and ends on Nichol Road.
1.7 miles, yellow blazes
Pinto Loop Trail has very little elevation change. The wide path passes through a mix of forest meadows. These features make it an excellent cross-country skiing trail.
Pioneer Camp Road
Pioneer Camp Road connects Nichol Road to the Pioneer Group Tenting Sites. Rider’s Ridge picnic area is near the intersection of Pioneer Camp and Nichol roads.