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San-Lee Park, Sanford

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#3 of 8 in Things to do in Sanford
Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
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San Lee Gravity Park features 4 downhill trails that average between .2 to .3 miles long with interconnected return trails to walk or ride back to the top.

Trail #1 Killswitch triple black rated features tall jumps including berm jumps / hips / tabletops / roller + hip roller and a kicker launch into a giant berms

Trail #2 Mega Jump double black diamond this is our original jump line and is our most refined jump sequence - this jump line start with a large hip then a series of tabletops then a high speed reversing berm then a lot more tabletops.

Trail #3 Send It - another triple black diamond run - this is the hardest of our jump lines which starts with two massive stepdowns with air time approaching 20' then a crazy steep high speed berm drop feature then a mix of tabletops and rollers which insert you into a crazy berm sequence and ends with a hip and tabletop

Trail #4 Shock and Awe double black diamond - this is our super high speed jump line that requires some brake checking because its so steep. fourth jump down is a small double #6 a big step down and #7 is a huge tabletop add 10 berms some are super high speed sweepers and it ends with a massive bridge tabletop jump into a flat low and long tabletop into a berm to a creek crossing for a wet ending
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  • The good “hiking” trails are really mountain biking trails and the bike people get mad when people hike them, which is a shame. The official “hiking” trails you’re supposed to walk on are just... 
    The good “hiking” trails are really mountain biking trails and the bike people get mad when people hike them, which is a shame. The official “hiking” trails you’re supposed to walk on are just...  more »
  • Hiked here for the first time with our dogs. LOVED the trails! These are not wide, groomed paths but actual trails winding through the woods and up and down hills. Real hiking in a small park... 
    Hiked here for the first time with our dogs. LOVED the trails! These are not wide, groomed paths but actual trails winding through the woods and up and down hills. Real hiking in a small park...  more »
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  • I recently visited San Lee Park with my daughter and her First Grade class on their first field trip after COVID. They did a fantastic job with teaching the kids about different animals they may encounter in the areas where they live, and they shared some of their live critters with the classes. They had different stations on rotation to keep the day entertaining, including: the Nature Center, the Meadow to play the "Deer Game", and an educational hike in the woods. All of the kids had a wonderful time! If you're visiting alone or with family, they also have a nice playground, a babbling creek and walkover bridge, and a small pond with paddle boats. Not to mention the nature trails you can check out! It's a great park and definitely worth a visit.
  • Always enjoy our visits to San-Lee!!

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