Mountain Creek Bike Park

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200 Route 94, Vernon, NJ 07462
Mountain Creek Bike Park is the NY metro area’s closest lift-served mountain biking destination. We are conveniently located just an hour's drive north of New York City and easily accessible from all directions. Drive Less. Ride More.

From Central NJ:
Take the Garden State Parkway to exit 153 to Rt. 3 West.
Take Rt. 46 West to Rt. 23 North.
Exit on the right on Rt. 515 North to Rt. 94 South to Mountain Creek.

From NYC:
Take the Lincoln Tunnel to Rt. 3 West to Rt. 46 West.
Take Rt. 23 North from Rt. 46 West.
Exit on the right on Rt. 515 North to Rt. 94 South to Mountain Creek.

From Philadelphia:
Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 10 for Rt. 287
North. Take Rt. 23 North up to Rt. 515 North.
From Rt. 515, take Rt. 94 South to Mountain Creek.

From Long Island & NYC:
Take the George Washington Bridge to Rt. 80 West.
Merge onto Rt. 23 North.
Take Rt. 515 North to Rt. 94 South to Mountain Creek.
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Welcome to your park. Mountain Creek Bike Park offers something for riders of every ability level from first-time beginners to World Cup Racers. 

We offer one of the longest lift-served riding seasons in North America, over 40 miles of trails and arguably the most efficient mountain bike lift in the world. Plain and simple, Mountain Creek Bike Park is made for lapping...


  • Season Duration: May 4- November 2
  • Vertical Drop: 1,046ft.
  • Chairlift: High Speed Open Air Gondola
  • Trail Network: 46 Downhill & Freeride Trails
  • 30% Beginner/Intermediate
  • 45% Advanced
  • 25% Expert Only
  • Features: 60+ Freestyle features

Other amenities:

  • 10+ miles of Cross-country trails
  • Outside Biergarten Patio Grill
  • 50ft. Airbag Jump
  • 3 Resort Lodging Properties
  • 2 Award-winning Spas
  • Mountain Creek Waterpark
  • 7 Resort Owned Golf Courses


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