Support the Cause
100% of Donations goes directly to the FL Mudcutters !
Even if you're not interested in joining the club, you can still support the cause. 100% of the money earned by the club goes directly into the trail systems, ie: buying equipment for trail maintenance and building features. By using this donation button 100% of your donation will go directly into the Mudcutter's PayPal account
(Your donation will not be shared with any other clubs or organizations)
You may also send donations by check. Please make checks payable to:
Mail to: 1687 McGregor Reserve Drive, Fort Myers FL, 33901
Current Trail Conditions / Park Hours
Caloosahatchee Regional Park (CRP)
CRP is a county park is located at 18500 North River Road, Alva, FL 33920. (Go to the "MAPS" page for maps and directions.) There are over 11 miles of off-road single track bike trails.
For current trail conditions and park hours, visit www.leegov.com/parks/parks/crp
You may also refer to our Facebook page for details. Most riders are aware that CRP is clay-based dirt from the River and the bike park often floods or is too slippery to ride in the summertime.
Our summertime formula: For every 1/2 inch of rain, bike path requires 1 or 2 dry days for trail to be rideable.
If you need more immediate information, please call the CRP manager's office at 239-694-0398.
Weather Link and Rain Gauge (WEATHER STATION AT CRP):
To get detailed weather updates from the weather station, download WeatherLink by Davis Instruments from Google Play or App Store. Cross-check with wunderground.com
Mountain Biking in Florida?
(That's right! And it's some of the best!)
Thank you for making Mountain biking possible in Southwest Florida. It had an influence on where in the state I purchased my condo. Cheers."
"The CRP trails are getting more challenging and faster with more berms and flow sections. A huge thank you to the Mudcutters and volunteers for all that they do for building and maintaining the trails, all of us riders are truly grateful. "
" A heartfelt thank you to the Mudcutters for all of the love and sweat that they have given to the trails. I'm loving all the new trees. A great legacy to pass on. You should be proud of the impact all of it has on the environment and the mental health of an entire biking community."
Jody and Tom Larson
"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."
Ralph Waldo Emmerson