The Tour

The three-hour Grand Vue Park Canopy Tour consists of eight dual zip lines ranging in distance from 310 to 1,500 feet through the trees. Also included are three suspension bridges and the Grand Vue Park Super Zip, 2,100 foot dual zip line.

Cost: $79 per person + tax

The Half Tour

The two-hour Grand Vue Park Canopy Half Tour consists of the first four dual zip lines of our Canopy Tour. These lines range in distance from 310 to 937 feet through the trees. Also included are two suspension bridges and the Grand Vue Park Super Zip, 2,100 foot dual zip line.

Cost: $45 per person + tax

The Super Zip

The Grand Vue Park Canopy Super Zip consists of one 2100 foot dual zip line, with great views of downtown Moundsville.

Cost:  $20 per person + tax

The Super Zip is open on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 7 p.m.

Zip Line Canopy Tour Upgrade Options

Digital Photo Package – Advanced purchase is $7 plus tax; $9 plus tax after tour is completed

Digital Photo Package w/Print – $15 plus tax

Park Pass – $10 plus tax; includes unlimited use of the park for that day

The Digital Photo Package consists of pictures taken by your guides throughout your tour.  They will include pictures of you at Ground School, group photos and pictures of you on the zip lines.

Keep in mind that our cameras do go out regardless and photos will be taken.  So, you will be able to purchase them if you wish after the tour is over.

For your SAFETY, personal cameras and phones are not permitted on the zip lines.

Hours of Operation

Please call the main office at (304) 845-9810 for hours of operation.


Reservations for the Canopy Tour can be made by calling (304) 845-9810.  Reservations are not needed for the ride.


The tour and ride are designed for use by participants of normal mobility and strength and who are in reasonably good health. Please consult your doctor should you have an question regarding any health concerns you may have before participating.

Participants must weigh between 90 and 270 pounds for the Ride.  Participants must weigh between 90 and 270 pounds for the Canopy Tour.

Participants must be able to climb multiple flights of stairs and short hills, and walk on natural trail.

Closed-toed shoes are required. No clogs, crocs or sandals will be permitted.

Children ages 15 and younger must be accompanied by an adult while on the tour, but must be able to participate independently of the adult.

Participants should arrive 1 hour before their tour start time. Tours will leave promptly and late arrival result in exclusion from the tour. No refunds will be given for late arrival. Please report to the Par 3 Clubhouse when you arrive for your tour.

Cameras are not permitted on the zip lines for your safety.  We do offer picture packages.


Active military/veteran discount: 10% to all current military personnel and veterans. Current military or veteran ID required.

Marshall County residents discount: 10% to all residents of Marshall County. Vaild ID with proof of residence for each individual required.

College students: 10% discount on the tour every Tuesday and Thursday. Current student ID required.

Family discount: Every Thursday, children ages 10-15 are half off. Limited to one child per paying adult.  This applies to the Super Zip ONLY.

Groups of 8 guest or more: 20% discount

Discounts cannot be combined. Some restrictions apply. To receive a discount, guests must make reservations by calling the park office at (304) 845-9810.

Pass Options

Ten Trip Canopy Tour Pass: $711

Ten Trip Super Zip Pass: $180

All Day Park Pass: $24.99 + tax includes 1 ride on the zip line and unlimited use of the pool, miniature golf, disc golf rental, Par-3

All Day Park Pass: $89.00 + tax includes 1 zip line canopy tour and unlimited use of the pool, miniature golf, disc golf rental, Par-3


For more information on ziplining be sure to check out Grand Vue’s website here:

The Wheeling Skatepark is a 10,000 square foot concrete public facility located on Community Street, just off Interstate 70 in Wheeling, West Virginia 26003. Owned and operated by the City of Wheeling, the skatepark is open 24/7 and welcomes skateboards and roller blades but for safety reasons, bike use is not permitted in the park.

The skatepark was built by world renowned skatepark buildersGrindline Skateparks of Seattle, Washington and opened on October 21, 2007.  The park consists of 60% bowl and 40% street elements. An organically shaped bowl transitions from 4ft. to 10ft. deep, enabling beginners to start in the shallower areas and move to the deeper areas as they build their skills. There is also a flowing street course that features numerous banks, rails and ledges.  In October 2009 the street section was expanded and a large covered picnic shelter with benches and seating was added.

The nonprofit Wheeling Skatepark Committee formed in 2001 shortly after 12-year-old Wheeling resident Nathan Mey appeared before City Council to petition for a skatepark for himself and other local skateboarders. The Committee consisted of local residents and city officials who worked cooperatively over six years to raise $330,000 towards construction of the park. The Committee also facilitated numerous public forums where stakeholders were encouraged to participate in designing the park.

Nathan Mey was 18 when he performed the ribbon cutting ceremony at the Grand Opening in the fall of 2007. The park opened to rave reviews and regularly draws extreme sports enthusiasts from throughout the United States. It is said to be one of the best concrete skateparks on the east coast.

The Skatepark was the beneficiary of funding and generous donations from various sources including major grants from The Tony Hawk Foundation, The Brad Paisley Foundation and The Land and Water Conservation Fund. The City of Wheeling also committed substantial funding for the park and nonprofit Skaters For Public Skateparksprovided valuable insight and advice throughout the design and construction phase.

Please note that overnight camping at the skatepark is not permitted.  The closest accommodations include:

Wheeling’s Municipal Park is located within a few miles of the skate park and provides grilling and picnic facilities. There are numerous restaurants and other facilities in the immediate area as well.

To schedule any organized event at the skatepark, contact the City of Wheeling at 304-234-3617 or email

JULY 2010 UPDATE: A LIVE WEBCAM was just added to the skatepark!  Now everyone can see what an awesome attraction the park is or check out the park to see how crowded it is before contemplating a visit or……the link can be provided to out-of-town family members so they can watch the performance of your latest trick!  Here’s the link:


Also in July 2010 the skatepark benefited from the Eagle Scout Project of local skateboarder and Boy Scout Nick Fledderus of Boy Scout Troop 6 who coordinated an effort to add a set of viewing bleachers to the park for the enjoyment of the park’s patrons.   Check out this interview Nick did with WTRF.