Grand Vue

Grand Vue Park’s recently renovated mountain biking trails cover miles of hilly terrain throughout the park with scenic stops along the way. The trail is marked with an orange diamond blaze system with a reflective border to aid night rides. Usually starting at the main office, riders start at the double track and ride to the Mountain Bike Trailhead. The course is technical in some areas and is geared towards intermediate and advanced riders. There is a hiking and biking friendly 4 mile double track for novice and beginner riders. More trails for beginners will be coming soon along with a skill building course. All riders are encouraged to wear a helmet, you are riding at your own risk. Be sure to check out our schedule of events that include 5ks, mountain bike group rides and races, trail walks, and volunteer trail maintenance days.
For even more information on their biking trails you can visit Grand Vue’s website here:

Guided Hiking Tour

Hikers will have a guided tour on Grand Vue Park’s mountain biking trails. The trails offer scenic views of the park and surrounding areas. Hike includes 1 set of binoculars. Distance is based off of participants desired pace.

2 hour tour- $19.99 +tax per person

Group Rides

Group rides are held weekly on Wednesdays at 6:00 pm.

We are now offering guided tours of our mountain bike trails. Guided tours are available for all skill levels. We also have a one hour skill building class for the novice or beginner rider. Call our Main Office at 304-845-9810  for more information.

Family Bike Ride (4 mile double track/walking trail, roughly 1 hour)

Experience some beautiful rolling hills and spectacular scenery throughout the park.

$10 tour- with own bike

Single Track Session (for intermediate and advanced riders)

You will be following the orange diamond blaze system throughout and around the landscape of the park. Riders will encounter some technical and flowing single tracks that have hill climbs, downhill, and some of the amazing views that the park has to offer.

12 miles- $20- with own bike

8 miles-$15- with own bike

4 miles- $10- with own bike

It is strongly encouraged that you wear a helmet!

Don’t forget to stay hydrated! We care about the safety of our guests and patrons of the park.

Intro to Mountain Biking Skill Building Course

1 hour class-$20-with own bike

Participants will learn the basics of mountain biking and trail riding. This class will cover how to handle rocky terrain, how to negotiate root sections, braking, cornering, hill climbs, downhill, and a bike safety check. Not only will we take you on the trail, but we will teach you the necessary skills to negotiate all of the obstacles and terrain at Grand Vue Park.

Night Rides

For the more adventurous, night rides are available in conjunction with the night Zip Line rides. Riders must have their own helmets and lights. Check out our activities calendar for dates and times.

Check out our events calendar for information to volunteer for our monthly trail maintenance days. Volunteers will assist in development of man-made obstacles and building and maintaining sustainable mountain bike trails. Contact the Park Main Office at 304-845-9810 for more information.

Coming soon!!!

  • Bike Shop and Rentals
  • Skill building course
  • Beginner track
  • Updated trail map with mileage
  • 3 trailhead signs
  • A scheduled date for the WVMBA race series for 2016
  • Bike Light rentals for night rides
  • Adventure Package deals including Mountain Biking tours and the Zip line

For even more information on their biking trails you can visit Grand Vue’s website here:








Come experience the beauty of Oglebay!  All hiking and Moutain Bike Trails are free and open to the public.  Bike rentals are available on site. Oglebay requests that all Bike Riders wear a helmet for their own safety.  Riders do so at their own risk.


With over 15 miles of trails throughout the park, Oglebay has something for every skill level from a liesurly stroll to a calorie burning workout!


Make your arrangements by calling the Good Zoo Office: 304-243-4100


Trails include:


4.5 miles of Hard Surface Trails

3 miles of Mountain Bike Trails

5.9 miles of Hiking Trails

2.1 miles of hiking friendly Bridle Trails


All Trail Maps are available throught the West Viginia Trail Inventory

Dektop & Tablet Application:

Mobile Application:



Group Rides

Group rides are held weekly on Tuesdays at 6:00 pm and Sundays at 11:00 am.  Both meet at the Par 3 Club House parking lot with Bike Rentals available on site.  Weather permitting. Call 304-243-4100 for more information.

Guided Hiking Tour

Hikers will have a guided tour on Oglebay Park’s various trails. The trails offer spectacular views of the park and wildlife. Distance is based on group’s activity level. Call 304-243-4100 for more information.


Additional Activities and Oglebay Opportunities!

  • Skill building course expansion
  • Updated trail map with mileage
  • Adventure Package options including Mountain Biking tours and Aerial Challenge Course

Activities at and around Schenk Lake

4.5 miles of Walking & Jogging Trails
See the spectacular views as you wind your way through the rolling hills of Oglebay.

  • Kayak rentals
  • Miniature Golf
  • Aerial Challenge Course
  • ADA Accessible Fishing Dock
  • Equipment rentals available on site

Bissonnette Gardens

The Bissonnette Gardens are a re-creation of many of the gardens that existed in Oglebay in the early 1900s. Visitors are enticed to wander on red brick paths through the ever-changing flower displays, hanging baskets and majestic trees. These lovely sites are made even more memorable by the addition of soft landscape lighting and water displays.

Nature Trails

Take a scenic hike through the beautiful wooded area behind the Schrader Environmental Center on the A.B. Brooks Discovery Trail System. Call 304-243-4214 for more information.

Experience the unique sights, natural settings and rich history of Wheeling on this extraordinary 13 mile paved trail, Wheeling’s former railroads!

The Ohio River Trail runs north-south starting at the city line in South Wheeling and reaches the Pike Island Dam where the trail continues into Brooke County. In Wheeling’s 8.5-mile distance, the trail follows the river, passing many of the city’s industrial sites and crossing through Wheeling Heritage Port. Along the way, stop to read the historic signs, take in the National Historis Landmark Wheeling Suspension Bridge, and view the river traffic particularly as barges pass through the locks at Pike Island.

The Wheeling Creek Trail runs east-west providing opportunities to cross the Hempfield Viaduct high above the creek and experience the Hempfield Tunnel (Tunnel Green). THe trail begins in downtown connecting to the Ohio River Trail at Heritage Port and extends five miles to Elm Grove.

The Wheeling Heritage Trails are an important element adding to Wheeling’s vitality.