The east forest is all old logging roads and grown over trails made for bush wackers. There are also many trails used for snowmobiles which are very sandy and challenging to ride.
The west forest is the best. It is the largest area of the forest and has miles of singletrack. These are motocross trails and they are all roots and rocks with sand and very technical turning and climing. You have to like punishment to do this because the sand is very thick and there is lots of poison ivy - do not fall. From late June to August is raspberry season in some parts and they are all over. They can really cut your skin up riding through them but you can make a good snack of them to make up for that. Bring a compass out here as it is very easy to get lost. When you want out, find the nearest snowmobile crossing and try to choose the right direction.
There is a fee to pay $25 for the year. It goes towards trail maintenance in the central forest.
How to get there:
Turn east at Durham Rd. #9 (Town of Kirby) Follw road untill you Reach Cold springs road (There will be a ganaraska sign.) Go north 4 km untill you get to Forest Centre.