Interior Trials to False Cape are Open! After April 1st, us bike riding fools love to put in some sandy miles to False Cape and back. Here is quick photo journal of our first trip of the spring. If you have never been, it is one of our favorite bike rides and/or hikes. It’s all flat terrain making it very accessible. You can take the difficulty up a notch by riding a fat tire bike along the beach. False Cape State Park is one of the most rustic parks in the country. It’s a 4 mile hike or bike just to get to the park. The Back Bay Wildlife Refuge allows interior trail access to False Cape outside of peak migratory bird season which is April 1st to October 31st. Whether you bike in from Sandbridge or park in the refuge, make sure you have money to enter. We usually buy the season pass for 15.00. For more information about False Cape State Park here is their website. If you would like to rent a bike for your own adventure, you can do so here. We also offer guided bike tours And, if you want own your own fat tire bike, we have the Kona Wo’s for sale. We’ve found the gearing to be perfect on these to handle the softest sand. (click on the photos for a better view and description) Thanks for reading! -Rob Here is a map of the ride. I think we did a little over 22 miles. If you are not riding every week but are active, 10 miles would be a great goal for a ride. Another mile down the beach is the False Cape Landing beach access. Our bikes stopped to pose for a picture. Looking East from the beach access at False Cape. The docks at Barbour Hill were damaged last year from a strong wind tide. Sights from the hiking trial that parallels the beach access trail at False Cape Landing. It’s not uncommon to see coyote tracks. Here is the dock at Wash Woods. There are a couple Osprey Nest near by. Sights from the hiking trial that parallels the beach access trail at False Cape Landing. We found this look out off the main trail just south of the ranger station at Barbour Hill. The ride back home. We’re almost to the ranger station after making it to Wash Woods. The sun peeking through a live oak. This view can be found camping at Barbour Hill on the beach side. Almost back to parking lot. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterPinterestTumblrPrint Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.