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For those of you that may not want to join our club, but would like to show your appreciation for all of the hard work our volunteers do, we will put all of the donations into fun single track trails.

The Mudcutters Maintain 2 sets of trails in SW FL

CRP in Alva, FL = 11.5 miles of single track, & Pepper Ranch in Immokalee FL = 7 miles and growing,-- 2 pics to see an example of what the trails look like,- 1st pic above are the CRP trails in Alva FL, - , 2nd pic below are the Pepper Ranch trails in Immokolee FL.

video of Pepper from "Visit Florida"

Mudcutter E-Mail list

If you would like to receive e-mail invitations on Mudcutter events, club meetings, work parties or just know what's going on, send a note to   we'll gladly add you to our e-mail list. 

Click the LIKE BUTTON above to get updates from the Mudcutters Facebook Page

Please help support the Mudcutter volunteers who maintain the bike trail.
Throughout this website is information to help you keep up to date on the happenings with our organization, upcoming events, trail maintenance, and the condition of our local trails. The information on this website is provided as a courtesy to help you become more involved, register as a volunteer, attend a workday, request to be on our e-mail list.

BIKE TRAILS Clockwise for Feb 2017

due to Frequent trail closures in the Summertime, we will not be changing the signs every month. Most riders are aware that CRP is claybased dirt from the River and the bike park often floods or is too slippery to ride in the summertime. 
Our summertime forumula:  For every 1/2 inch of rain, bike path requires 1 0r 2 dry days for trail to be rideable.
Information on trail conditions or if park is open or closed is posted on County Website...go to: . If you need more immediate info please call the CRP managers office : 239-694-0398

Weather Link and Rain Guage:

Facebook Trail Updates - Current CRP Weather - CRP Weather History

Want to get weather updates from the weather station every night at 10:30 pm.  E-mail Curt at  & he'll put you on the list.

7 miles of singletrack & building more @ Pepper Ranch !!!

This pic is at the ranch (more info on or go to MTB Project for routes. )

Pepper Ranch is open to the public October thru June,Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 9am to 4pm. 
6315 Pepper Road, Immokalee FL, 34142 (see map page for location, directions, & trail loop system for Pepper Ranch)

1st loop is completed.  Yellow loop is flagged and rideable (5 miles)
trail names:  Panther Pass & Black Bear Berm
2nd loop, blue loop currently has 2 miles & is under contruction.  It follows a ridge
trail name:  Kite flight
3rd loop, red loop -  future trail will complete the 15 miles in the master plan.

VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED: Anyone can volunteer, just contact the Park.  Details on trail maintence page.    Overnight tent camping is available, call Collier Parks & Rec office to reserve. Click here for More details on Pepper Ranch:


The Mudcutters now have a Nationally recognized bike patrol group. The Lee County Bike Patrol group.  The Bike patrollers are easy to recognize when they are on duty they are wearing bright red bike patrol jerseys.  If you would like to be a part of the Bike Patrol, go to and check out the details then e-mail Mike Flynn at    &  let us know you are ready.  Bike patrol qualifications include a CPR & First aide certification. 


Caloosahatchee Regional Park (CRP)

CRP is a county park open every day of the week from 7:00 am to Dusk.
There are 11 miles of off-road single track bike trails.
The park is located at 18500 North River Road, Alva, FL  33920.
Go to the "MAPS" page for maps and directions.
for more information about Lee County Parks go to:


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WANT TO GET MORE INVOLVED WITH THE CLUB:  Contact us & we'll find something that's just right for you.

Thanks ISGFL

Thanks to the guys at Internet Services Group of Florida for donating thier time and making a great website for the Florida MudCutters.