There are two trails at Lake Bryan, the East Loop and the West Loop. The East Loop is 9 miles long and more technical than the West Loop that is 8.5 miles. Both loops have short steep climbs on the levy. The single track on both sides has several sandy areas during dry weather. Feature areas include Munnerlyn Bridge, Godzillas Tail, the Blair Witch Woods, and The Wall on the East Loop On the West Loop one will encounter the Horseshoe, Little Warda, Half-Pipe, Hutch's Hell, Dos Puntos and Greenbriar Hill. The trails are open 7 days a week, except after rain. Cost of admission is $3/car Mon.-Thur. and $5/car Fri.-Sun. Annual passes
are $50. The lake phone number is (979) 361-0861.
How to get there:
The Lake Bryan Trails are located off West Sandy Point Road (FM1687).
If coming into Bryan from the North Hwy 6 take the FM2818 exit, go to the flashing yellow lights, and turn right onto FM1687 (Sandy Point Rd) and go 3-4 miles. There is a brown sign on the right showing the entrance to Lake Bryan.
If coming to Bryan/College Station from the South on Hwy 6, turn left onto FM 2818(by the Wal-Mart store) and continue North about 10 miles to Sandy Point road
(FM 1687) and turn left. Continue 3-4 miles to the Lake Bryan entrance.
If entering Bryan/College Station via Hwy 21 turn North onto FM2818 and go to FM 1687. Turn left, go 3-4 miles to the Lake Bryan Entrance - on right..
This trail is maintained by the Brazos Valley Mountain Bike Association.