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

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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.