Harmon Park Reserve
Come bike at one of the best mountain bike courses in the Twin Cities metro!
The mountain bike trail is the result of a successful partnership between the City of Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota Department of Natual Resources and the Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists (MORC). MORC is a non-profit organization with more than 1,000 mountain bike members, dedicated to gaining and maintaining sustainable natural-surfaced recreational trails throughout the state.
MORC volunteers designed and completed the construction of the trail, and those same volunteers continue to care for and maintain it, in cooperation with the city. MORC thanks the city for this opportunity to create a valuable and lasting natural resource for residents and guests.
Rules of the Trail
- Park patrons use trails at their own risk.
- Cycling trails closed during rainfall and when trail tread is wet.
- Trails open to pedestrians as well as cyclists, please use caution when passing.
The way we ride today shapes mountain bike trail access tomorrow. Do your part to preserve and enhance our sport's access and image by observing the following rules of the trail, formulated by IMBA, the International Mountain Bicycling Association. These rules are recognized around the world as a standard code of conduct for mountain bikers. IMBA's mission is to promote mountain bicycling that is environmentally sound and socially responsible.
IMBA Rules of the Trail
- Ride on open trails only
- Leave no trace
- Control your bicycle
- Always yield trail
- Never scare animals
- Plan ahead
Please refer to International Mountain Biking Association for a more complete description of the rules of the trail.
Check out this review on the trails from www.minneapolisrunning.com.
Annual Harmon Farms Trail Run - 2020 Virtual 5-mile & 10-mile Fun Run | Pre-registration: $15
Formerly 14th Annual Harmon Farms Trail Run
Challenge yourself on this virtual 5-mile and 10-mile walk or run — completed at your own pace. Participants that finish receive a special gift.
Records due by: Sunday, Sept. 20