Club Scrub is an award winning, community focused, mountain biking club.
Club Scrub maintains over nine miles of off-road mountain bike trails at the Camp Murphy trail system located within Jonathan Dickinson State Park. The funding for trail improvements comes from donations, sponsors, merchandise sales & memberships. All the work is performed by volunteers. Our volunteers donate hundreds of hours monthly to improve and maintain our trails, and promote mountain biking to all ages in our community. We are very passionate about our sport, our trails and sharing this with potential newcomers of all ages, levels and abilities.
We are a non-profit organization, a volunteer sub-committee of The Friends of Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Inc.
Club Scrub was organized in May 2000 in conjunction with JDSP officials to coordinate and promote off-road biking. The southeast portion of the park was designated for phase one and named “Camp Murphy Off-Road Bicycle Trail” as a reminder of the parks usage during WWII.
In December of 2000, Club Scrub became a “special committee” operating under the Friends of JDSP, a non-profit organization with a mission to assist park management in meeting the natural and cultural resource management objectives established for the park.
Your tax-deductible membership will help develop new trails and support trail maintenance. Membership start at just $40 per year, so join now!
Club Scrub President
Dorsey Tennant, owner of Aldrich Tool Rental of WPB, is the Club Scrub President. Dorsey donates 1000’s of volunteer hours a year & equipment to continually to improve our trails.