Trails, Bird Feeder Stations & Naturalized Spaces


Grand Vue Park has 21 miles of natural walking, hiking and biking trails.  Our trails are used by many in the summer and winter months.  The trail are utilized by many 5ks, Cross Country Races, and a sanctioned mountain bike race.



Grand Vue Park recently install three bird feeder stations near the Park Office with the help of Dr. Scott Shalaway and several other community donors.

Binoculars are available for park use at the Park Office. A driver’s licence is required.

Bird hikes, feeder watches, and other birding events are commonly held throughout the year. Check out the “Activities” page for more information.

Additional info about GVP birds can found here and by listening to Dr. Scott Shalaway’s weekly radio program.

Mountain Biking Trails

Grand Vue Park’s mountain biking trails cover 15 miles of hilly terrain.

Starting at the Trail Center near the Main Office, they cover a technical course geared towards intermediate and advanced riders. Follow the orange arrows along the trail to help guide you through the single track section of the park. Walking trails are also marked with color coded arrows. All trails of the park start at the Trail Center. Maps are available in the Main Office. You can access the trails on your smart phone by searching for the West Virginia Trail Inventory- Tap the location finder and you are on your way!

Group rides are held weekly on Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m. starting at the Trail Center. Group rides on Saturdays begin at 11:00 a.m. starting at the Trail Center. Guided services are available. For more information or to book please call (304) 845-9810 ext. 403.

Bike rentals available May 2017!