The St. George Bike Park is located along Sand Hollow Wash on the western side of St. George. The park includes around 60 acres, with three separate riding zones as of October 2018. Beginners can enjoy the paved bike paths, while the stunt areas start at intermediate and work up to insane.
The paved Sand Hollow Wash trail itself is about one mile long, running north-south parallel to the wash. At this time it doesn't connect to other paved paths , but the Lava Flow trail is 1/4 mile west near the intersection of Sunset and Lava Flow, and the Halfway Wash paved trail crosses under Sunset about 1/2 mile east. (Halfway Wash connects to the paved Snow Canyon loop trail.)
East (by Tuweap Drive parking) - Mountain bike skills with
bermed turns, rollers, some boardwalk stunts and drops that can be done by
good intermediate riders.
South (along Lava Flow Drive) - Extensive pump track on the end closest to parking, 3 parallel jump lines bigger left to right, and a nice intermediate ride around the outside of it all.
North (out of sight past the pavilion) - Big air and wall hits. There's a loop around the outside that can be managed by upper-intermediates, but the inside lines require advanced aerial skill.
The northern half (closest to parking) is the pump track area. An experienced intermediate can navigate the pump track safely.
There are several entry points to this trail from the paved trail along Lava Flow Drive, as well as the main entry at the parking strip.
To arrive by bike, turn onto the Sand Hollow paved bike trail, which runs between Sunset Drive and 600 North