Green Woodlands consists of 35 square miles of contiguous property all but 20 acres of which is open to the general public.
Currenty there are almost 50 miles of singletracks and doubletracks. Many of the Singletracks have been machine built.
They have a very open recreational use policy and their only charge for using their trail system is "a smile."
Beginning in August 2019, Green Woodlands has initiated a one-year trial to allow Class 1 eMTBs on their trails. This is an exciting development. Here is their announcement:
So, after a good deal of research, discussions with our team as well as other mountain bike organizations, we've decided to move forward with allowing class 1 pedal assist e-bikes on our trails on a pilot basis this year. Class 1 e-bikes are defined as pedal assist only, no throttle, with a max assisted speed of 20 mph. We do ask that you help us by keeping within these guidelines, and help this pilot be successful. Other e-bike classes (eg, throttle based) or motorized vehicles are not allowed on Green Woodlands trails.
Check their Facebook Page for the latest information and trail updates.