This content is written by visitors like you and not fact checked. Please plan your rides accordingly.
If you can improve the content, please do!

Trail:Newberry Heritage Park

From Evergreen Trail Guide

Jump to: navigation, search

This page needs help Feel free to edit it if you feel you can improve it. (You do need to register/sign in to edit pages.)

Name Newberry Heritage Park
Tech Rating icon_favourites.gif
Grunt Rating icon_favourites.gif icon_favourites.gif
Singletrack 90%
Fire road 10%
Paved 0%
Total trail 20+ mi.
Alt. change 35
Latitude: 47.6170412882556
Longitude: -122.749729156494
Nearest medical: Harrison Hospital
Page adopted by: Mark Fisher
Get Directions

See current weather conditions

Trail Overview

Close to 1200 acreas owned by Kitsap County. A developing area with a mix of multi-use and some non-equine trails over rolling terrain with some level logging roads in heavy woods. The site is maintained by the Newberry Hill Heritage Park Stewarship Group.

How to find it

Near Green Mountain in Kitsap County.

Google Maps Location [1]

Typical Conditions

Banner like. Tight, Twisty, Rooty, technical singletrack.

Current Conditions

6/01/2012 20 miles of trails with about 15 miles of twisty xc along with old Forest Service Road routes. Trails are in sections working around the wetlands and lakes. Everything is ridable. Minor wet problems. Maps are avialable at kiosks and on signs throughout the park. Visit [2] for latest work event schedules and info.


Here is a map from the Friends Of Newberry Heritage Park site. [3]

If you have a smartphone, download the Maprika app then from within that download the "Newberry Hill Heritage Park" map (it is the above map uploaded in and geolocated). GPS enabled, location sharing, tracking, etc.

Local Points of Interest

All rider levels are welcome. Beaver ponds, wildlife, and great folks to meet.

Misc. Information

Advocacy Information

Work party once every third Saturday of the month or as advertised. Contact Tom Coleman via the Friends of NHHP website for group work parties, Scout projects, or individual community service. Monitor the Friends of Newberry Hill Heritage Park site [4] for information on work events.