Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Langdon Park

Getting some air on the tabletop jump
A haven for stunt bikers or those who long to try their hand at it, Langdon Park also offers a wonderful spot for a peaceful and quiet bike ride or walk.

Few people actually know about this great spot in Plymouth (and some will be understandably annoyed at this article). It is a hidden treasure in Plymouth, tucked away along the Baker River just north of the National Guard Armory.

If your family is like ours, you'll find Langdon Park is a perfect spot for a family with a mix of biking tastes. Sometimes its tough to find something that provides something for both the aesthetics and the risk takers in the family but this place does just that.

There are plenty of flat and pleasing paths for those who just want to get a bit of exercise in a beautiful spot, and for the daredevils there are challenges galore off nearly every side path throughout the park. In addition, it's clear that Langdon park's terrain is an evolving one, created, modified, changed and maintained by the many bikers who use it.

Directions to Langdon Park:

Interstate 93 to Exit 26. Bear right immediately off the ramp toward Plymouth. At the end of the ramp take a right toward Plymouth's main St. Follow Rte 3 South 1/2 mile over the green bridge. Just after the green bridge there are two dirt entryways into a lot beside the National Guard Armory. Turn into the second (it's safer) and park at the back of the field near the Baker River. The path leading to Langdon Park is right there.

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