Near Troy in the Uwharrie National Forest, the Wood Run Trail System has 15 miles of mountain biking trails. The trail system consists of three main routes.
Wood Run Road - The gated and graveled road leading out from the NC 24/27 trailhead parking lot Riding out and back is 11 miles. Wood Run Camp, a small open field, is located 1.4 miles down this road from the trailhead.
Supertree Trail - Both ends connect to the east side of Wood Run Road. Ride this loop clockwise for more single-track downhill. Supertree is named for a stand of experimental Loblolly Pines along the route.
Keyauwee Trail - Both ends connect to the west side of Wood Run Road. Ride this loop counter clockwise for more single-track downhill. Keyauwee is named for the last band of Native Americans to live in the Uwharrie Lakes Region.
Wood Run Trailhead is located on NC 24/27 between Albemarle and Troy and two miles east of Bridges over Lake Tillery / Pee Dee River.
Overall, Wood Run Trail System is the 16th most popular mountain bike trail of all 24 mountain biking rides in North Carolina.