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Whether you are a new or experienced mountain bike rider, the trails at SkyPark at Santa’s Village are for you!

SkyPark’s Bike Park is in a league of its own. The trail network winds through a thick canopy of pine trees and boasts several well-marked, directional mountain bike trails. There are also two skills areas as well as pump tracks for our youngest riders. The trails are groomed daily, the berms and jumps are just perfect, and they even have beautifully crafted wood features.

Access to all outdoor adventures is included with your annual pass. Once you are done biking for the day, head into the village for all types of fun for the whole family!

  • archery, axe throwing, & bb gun range
  • rock climbing
  • pedal cars
  • roller skating rink
  • pro bike shop
  • delicious restaurants
  • craft beer at the Pedal Pub
  • & more

SkyPark at Santa's Village is the perfect location for the entire family to have fun on and off the bike!


Join or renew your SDMBA membership during the month of January and receive one entry to the SkyPark at Santa's Village Annual Pass Giveaway.


New year, new rides, new friends! We're looking to grow the mountain biking community locally and want your help! Get your trail friend to sign up for the SDMBA and you both will receive 2 BONUS ENTRIES to the SkyPark at Santa's Village Annual Pass Giveaway! That's a total of four entries, two for you and two for your referral. Double your chances to win a year pass to SkyPark Bike Park!


  • Join or Renew in January 2023 & receive 1 entry in the SkyPark Bike Park Annual Pass Giveaway
  • Refer a new SDMBA member in January 2023 & you BOTH receive 2 entries in the SkyPark Bike Park Annual Pass Giveaway

Refer a new SDMBA member, upon completing their registration with the SDMBA, submit your referral at the link below to claim your bonus entries! Once the new SDMBA membership is confirmed both you & your referral will receive TWO ENTRIES EACH for the SkyPark Bike Park year pass giveaway! Good luck & happy trails!



  • Supporting advocacy efforts for new trails, existing trail improvements, and bike parks
  • Funding trail restoration, maintenance, planning, and development projects
  • Supporting operating costs including trail equipment, tools, insurance, planning, and staff
  • Training and rewarding, and nourishing our hardworking trail volunteers
  • Planning events including the Arch Ride, Mt. Laguna Trail Fest, and kids-friendly events
  • Playing your part in building a legacy of legal trails in San Diego County



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The San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA) is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining and improving sustainable trail access for mountain biking in San Diego County. Formed in 1994, SDMBA is one of the largest regional trail advocacy organizations in the US with more than 1,700 members. Below is a list of recent accomplishments and ongoing projects. The support of our members, donors, and volunteers makes all of this amazing progress possible. More trails for all! The San Diego Mountain Biking Association works on a wide variety of advocacy and efforts to improve trail access throughout the County of San Diego.

We want to continue the momentum we have gained into 2023! We will continue to drive our mission forward - Improving Trail Access for Mountain Biking in San Diego County.

  • Implement planned trail projects this winter and early spring at Penasquitos Canyon Preserve, Black Mountain, Daley Ranch, Tri-Canyons, Mount Laguna, Elfin Forest Recreational Reserve, Florida Canyon, Sweetwater Bike Park & more 
  • Anticipate and plan for the approval and implementation of the Mount Laguna Trails Restoration Plan by the Cleveland National Forest which includes almost 8 miles of new trails, reroutes & adopting non-system trails (including Wooded Hill) into the system
  • Push long-term advocacy efforts for new trails and improvements at Black Mountain Open Space Park, Daley Ranch, Sycamore/Goodan Ranch, Sweetwater Reservoir Loop Trail, Otay Valley Regional Park, Boulder Oaks, US Fish and Wildlife San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, Chula Vista Canyon Trails, and more
  • Assist as advisors on a new trail project with the La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians and Global Action Sports Solutions at the La Jolla Indian Reservation
  • Encourage and support Bike Park development and planning with many jurisdictions around the county  
  • Monitor ebike opportunities and challenges with various agencies and jurisdictions and assist land managers as they navigate evolving policies regarding ebikes
  • Engage in ongoing planning processes for long-distance trails such as the Coast to Crest Trail, the Trans-County Trail & the San Diego River Trail with partners and stakeholders
  • Encourage mountain bikers to engage on local planning groups, Citizen’s Advisory and Trails committees and with elected officials to ensure our seat at the tables where trail decisions are made
  • Provide Trail Education/Etiquette materials and content to our entire trails community 
  • Be an active and engaged member organization of the California Mountain Biking Coalition     
  • Monitor issues in our county and regionally that may have an impact on recreational access such as the proposed National Monument in San Diego County and other federal and state regulatory land use efforts
  • Collaborate with our community partners such as Girlz Gone Riding and Sprockids to make cycling in San Diego more accessible and equitable for all people 
  • Plan for MTB community fun at the Archipelago Ride (4/1/22), Cuyamaca Poker Ride (6/11/23) and the Mount Laguna Tral Fest (10/13-15/23)
  • Advocate for more legal trails for all skill levels and uses in San Diego County!


Simply put, we could not do this without our members, volunteers, and donors; the lifeblood of our organization. Thank you.