Miller's Pond has some of the best technical riding in Connecticut. There's quality singletrack the entire way with plenty of trickiness in the mix: big drops, fast rollers, natural log rides, and a few small bridges.
What Makes It Great
The terrain makes this one a classic and will surely improve your riding skills. There are great views of the lake throughout the ride and in the autumn, the trails will explode with color. Experts will love taking on everything Miller's Pond has to offer while beginners can work their way up to the tougher stuff.
Who is Going to Love It
Intermediate and advanced riders will have a blast in this playground but newer riders will have fun on the singletrack as well. There are always ways around the more difficult stuff.
Directions, Parking, & Regulations
From Wallingford take route 68 East, left on 17 for like 100FT, Right on Maiden Lane, Straight thru 2 stop signs, Bear right on Johnson, right turn on Haddam Quarter road, Right on Foot hills, Parking area is .33 miles on right.
From Hartford Area take 91 south, to Route 9 south, through Middletown (beware of traffic rush hour), From Route 9: Take Exit 11. Follow 155 West (for .75 miles). Turn left onto Millbrook Road (travel for 2.59 miles to fork). Bear left onto Foothills Road (1.16 miles total - you will pass Haddam Quarter intersection, then another 500 ft. Parking area is on the right.