A purpose-built, multi-use trail system, Two Rivers Bike Park boasts 8.5 miles of near-pristine Ozarks terrain for mountain bikers, runners, and hikers. The nearly 400-acre park sits just off the scenic Finley and James River confluence. Its trails feature mostly natural surfaces and offer the thrills of climbing and drop sections, rock features, built-in curved walls, and other optional stunts.
To ensure Two Rivers is just right for all people, trails vary in difficulty levels and are clearly labeled. Beginners and leisure seekers can hit the 1.5-mile trail, marked Least Difficult. More experienced people can test their mettle on the 5-mile trail, marked Moderate. And serious shredders can tackle the 7-mile trail, marked Most Difficult.
Two Rivers is the first offering in TrailSpring’s 30 in 3 initiative, which will bring 30 miles of professionally designed singletrack to the Springfield area within just 3 years. Like Two Rivers, additional trails built through 30 in 3 will attract visitors from all over the Midwest and beyond, boosting tourism and pumping cash into the regional economy.
TrailSpring, is the brain child of Dynamic Earth Owner Matt O'Reilly and his wife Ashley. It is a not-for-profit organization with a story that has all the makings of a classic: Inspirational goals. Serious passion. Unwavering commitment. And hard-working characters worth getting invested in—namely, you and your neighbors. It’s also the story of improving the health and economic wellness of the Springfield, MO area while shredding paths to fun and friendships along the way. In short, it’s the story of multi-use, natural-surface trails and the endless benefits TrailSpring’s singletracks are bringing to communities in southwest Missouri.
Together with many dedicated volunteers and economic supporters, TrailSpring is well on thier way to establishing Springfield as a premier regional destination for trails and bicycling. Seemingly sculpted with mountain biking and hiking in mind, we’re leveraging the Ozarks terrain to increase tourism, relocation appeal, physical health, and economic prosperity in Springfield and the surrounding areas. By continuing to build new natural-surface singletrack trails, including Two Rivers Bike Park, TrailSpring and their partners will make Springfield an event-ready destination for race, trail, and cultural events.
For information on trail conditions, call 1-855-DIRTNOW
Directions: From Missouri 14 west of Nixa, take Highway M south about five miles, then left on M-140 (Equine Valley Road), then right on M-140-A (Two Rivers Road). The bike park’s address is 5055 Two Rivers Road, Highlandville.