GROC maintains over 50 miles of singletrack in the greater Rochester area, spread across five parks. Plenty of riding is available for riders of all skill levels!
All of our trail maps are available for free via the highly-rated MTB Project app, available at no cost for both Android and iOS users. Just roll up to the trailhead, fire up the app, and your phone's GPS will show you your location within the trail system. It's that easy!
This park was dedicated in May, 2004. Dryer Road Park is the site of two multi-purpose athletic fields as well as a box rink for lacrosse, soccer and in-line hockey. In addition, children and families can enjoy a multi-age playground and year round park building. Dryer Road Park boasts the region's most diverse multi-use trail system for hiking , mountain biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. The park links Victor's Native American past with our future.
Acreage: 132 Acres
Length of Trails: 15 Miles
Click here to download the latest printable trail map
For interactive maps, visit Dryer Road Park on MTB Project.
Irondequoit Bay Park West was the second park in Monroe county to be opened to shared-use trails. A network of brand-new trails designed and constructed by GROC volunteers takes riders along a ridge overlooking the bay, through an open canopy showcasing a variety of local plants and wildlife. Great experiences can be had here by riders of any skill level, and there are multiple ways into the park.
Main trailheads are available near the Irondequoit Fish & Game Club at 658 Bay Front South, and at 400 Orchard Park Boulevard. Click here to download the latest printable trail map.
For interactive maps, visit Irondequoit Bay Park West on MTB Project.
This 14,350 acre Letchworth State Park, the "Grand Canyon of the East," is one of the most scenic areas in the eastern U.S. The Genesee River roars through the deep gorge over three major waterfalls. The shale and sandstone cliffs rise as high as 600 feet in places. Through an agreement with the Finger Lakes Trail Conference, cyclists are permitted on a stretch of the historic Finger Lakes Trail within the park.
Please note that the trails are only open for riding from June 1st to October 31st.
The trailhead is available near the dam, at 2763 Visitor Center Road in Mt. Morris. Keep in mind this is a big out and back - you can bail to the road, or arrange a shuttle with a friend! Click here to download the latest printable trail map.
For interactive maps, visit Letchworth State Park on MTB Project.
There's no better place to slip away to than the highest point in Ontario County, Gannett Hill Park, in the scenic Bristol Hills. At an elevation of 2,256 feet above sea level, you'll have expansive views to the East; view portions of Ontario County and the hills behind Seneca and Cayuga Lakes. Beginner and intermediate users will enjoy the yellow and purple trails, which wind along the hillside.
A panorama, changing with every season is the Northeast. From the "Look Out" can view the Bristol Hills. The new Black trail takes more advanced riders on a long winding descent into the rocky terrain, with a slow climb back up to park level.
Click here to download the latest printable trail map.
For interactive maps, visit Ontario County Park on MTB Project.
Tryon Park provides 10+ miles of shared use trails in the middle of Monroe county. Featuring more rugged and natural terrain, this park is well suited for more experienced mountain bikers looking to tackle technical terrain. The north end of the park features trails well suited to riders looking to go fast and get some air on steep terrain, while the south end features several technical features to sharpen your skills. A snaking network of trails connects the two ends of the park, taking riders through a wide variety of local terrain.
Trailhead and parking are available at the end of Tryon Park after the 590 bridge, off the intersection of Winton Road and Tryon Park. Click here to download the latest printable trail map.
For interactive maps, visit Tryon Park on MTB Project.