Starting from the East Boat Ramp, there is about 7 miles of lakeshore singletrack. This side is a bit more challenging than the West Lake Loop but it also more fun. You will reach a very long bridge that crosses the backwater of the lake. From this bridge you can either go left (this portion is the Lamotte Trail) toward the Azalea Trail which is one mile away or right toward the West Kincaid Lakeshore Trail which is about 3 miles away. Wild Azalea is another 25 miles of singletrack. The West Kincaid Lake Loop is about 8 miles. The map shows the East singletrack and a right turn after the bridge, taking Lamotte to the West Kincaid Loop. This out and back would be about 28 miles if you were to follow those directions out to the loop, completing one loop, and doubling back the way you came. There are endless miles to be thrown in if the Wild Azalea is included. For drinking water, there is a spigot at the Recreation area on the West side that is always available. This happens to be the halfway point of the out and back listed above. If you are facing the beach at the swimming area, follow the sidewalk path down by the water to the left about 100 yards.