Mountain biking is allowed on the "Fields & Forests Bike Trail" at Love Creek from April to early November when conditions permit.
The current distance of the trail is about 4.5 miles. For many mountain bikers it will not be a technically challenging trail, but it's off-road, close to home and the frequent uphill sections are good for one's legs and lungs.
Some sections of the trail are shared with hiking trails and cyclists are required to yield to hikers and should always anticipate that other trail users may be present around blind corners. (The bike trail is not shown on the park hiking trail map, but it is well marked and easy to follow.)
Insect repellent is recommended in summer, as Love Creek is (unfortunately) host to a healthy deer fly population.
Mountain biking is also allowed on the Green Trail at Madeline Bertrand from May through October when conditions permit.
The Green Trail is approximately 2.2 miles in length and is shared with hikers.
Cyclists are required to ride in the direction of the green arrows on the trail signs. Cyclists are also required to yield to hikers and should always anticipate that other trail users may be present around blind corners.
The trail is a hard packed natural surface that parallels the St. Joseph River and outlines the park perimeter. The terrain is mostly flat with one narrow, downhill slope and a returning uphill climb. With caution on these slopes, it is an ideal trail for a family cycling outing.