Two woman in bright clothing and helmets riding down a dirt road on electric assisted mountain bikes

Biking the Refuge is a great way to see wildlife and get some exercise too! Refuge trails south of 64th Avenue and at 96th Avenue and Chambers are open to bicycles and and Class 1 e-Bikes. Parking lots at 56th Avenue and Uvalda Street, 56th Avenue and Chambers Road, and 96th Avenue and Chambers Road, provide additional visitor access. Bicycle racks are located at the Visitor Center, South Lake Ladora, North Lake Ladora, and Lake Mary Learning Center (formerly the Contact Station) parking lots. Bicycles and Class 1, 2, and 3 e-Bikes can ride on Refuge roads, but are not permitted when the road becomes a one way only. Bikes are not permitted in the bison enclosure areas. Trails open to bicycles are also open to hiking, and be sure to stop at stop signs at trail intersections. Please stay on the trail to protect habitat.

For trail details, click on the Hiking link.