Twin Hills Cycle Ranch - Bridgeport, TX : User Reviews
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(3.8 Stars): Number of Reviews: 24
Pay the $10.00 entry fee (per rider only) at the Twin Hills Convenience Store (looks like a big barn). PLus $20 per ATV.
Excellent 60-acre camping area - primitive but clean porta potties on site.
1900 Acres of varied terrain, from smooth, flat pastureland to rocky. It is somewhat a technical trail.
From the Denton/McKinney area: Take 380 WEST through Bridgeport. 4 miles west of Bridegeport, turn NORTH on to 1658. On 1658, go about 1 mile and look for the Twin Hills Convenience Store at the top of the hill.
From Dallas: Take 635 WEST past D/FW airport to 121 South. Take the HWY 114 Bridgeport exit. Stay on HWY 114 WEST and turn left on 380. Turn RIGHT onto CR1658 and drive five miles. Twin Hills Convenience Store will be on your right just past the lake and dam. From Ft Worth:Take I-35 NORTH to HWY 287 towards Decatur. Exit HWY 114 and follow directions from Dallas above.
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I had read other reviews before going that the older gentleman that is the owner was grouchy. Well, we experienced nothing but hospitality from him. People probably had a bad experience with him because they deserved it! Probably didn't follow the rules or didn't show respect that a man of his age deserves. He is not a man who is going to put up with BS, or anyone acting like an idiot and disrespecting his property, and I don't blame him. He doesn't need our money, and like he told me, he likes for people to enjoy his property. We were the first people to take a rzr there and were told by the store employee he was okay with it because we were older(40'ish) and seemed responsible. So, if any of you rzr riders go out there, please obey the rules and don't ruin it for the rest of us. His main rules are: stay on the existing roads and trails, don't mess with his cattle or oil wells, don't throw out trash(there are trash barrels everywhere), don't mess with the deer hunters' belongings(stands, feeders, etc.), and again respect his property. Because if you can't abide by the rules, the truth is, no one wants you there. Especially the people who obey the rules.
This was our 1st time there and were hesitant on going because we have a rzr and a 4 wheeler and hadn't seen any reviews of rzr riders being there. I am glad we went. That was some of the best trail riding and rock crawling around. The trails aren't marked because mainly trial riders or just dirtbikes go there. Once you find them and start exploring, it just keeps getting better & better. Easy trails, technical trails, more advanced trails, steep hills climbs, rock road riding, etc. The nice thing for us is that they have a convenience store that you can get breakfast, lunch, or dinner. And you can call in and they'll have it ready for you. Will continue review not enough room to write all the info that everyone needs.........
We have three boys learning to ride, plus me (mom)it has some
good trails. I can see how more experienced riders might get
bored easily. I think when we all get a little better might move
some where a little more advanced, but its worth 10.00$ :-)
I have taken kids here to ride several times and they had a great time. I watched as they rode, the best place for kids to ride. Red river was closed due to enduro event, my favorite place. Put down 32 miles of Muenster like trail riding. If you look carefully, there are tons of old enduro trials, some challenging, some just plain fast and fun. If i had time, with some friends we could loop together a great enduro. I'm glad they charge more for 4 wheelers (sorry). They have ruined a lot of good trials at Muenster. So if your thinking trophy club, rocky ridge, or twin hills. Pick twin hills, you won't regret it. They remodeled the store, old man was nice to me.