Huckleberry Trail | Christianburg
The Huckleberry Trail is 5.75 mile paved trail that runs from the Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library in Blacksburg to the New River Valley Mall in Christiansburg.
Bisset Park | Radford
Bisset is Radford’s largest city park and is located on 57 acres of riverfront land in the central part of the city. The park offers walking trails, athletic fields, picnic shelters, children’s playground, a sand volleyball area and other opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Virginia Creeper Trail | Damascus
The 35-mile Virginia Creeper Trail distinguishes itself for its beauty and contrasts with the more difficult loops. It was once a railroad bed and part of the national "Rails to Trails" program. The trail begins in Abingdon and meanders over more than 100 trestles and bridges, providing scenic views of gorges and mountain streams.
New River Trail State Park | Foster Falls
The New River Trail State Park follows an abandoned railroad right-of-way that parallels the New River for 39 miles. This unique park features 57 miles of continuous trail, all of which is accessible by bike. The park's Foster Falls Canoe Livery rents canoes, kayaks, tubes, bikes and safety equipment. It also offers shuttle service, snacks and drinks. Another Rails to Trail Program, the park goes through Grayson, Carroll, Wythe and Pulaski counties with plenty of Native American history, railroad and mining history.
Hungry Mother State Park | Marion
Long a family favorite and known for its beautiful woodlands and placid 108-acre lake in the heart of the mountains, Hungry Mother has a sandy beach with bathhouse, boats and boat launch, universally accessible fishing pier, campgrounds, cabins, a fantastic restaurant, a gift shop, a visitor center, a five-bedroom lodge that sleeps 16, and hiking and biking trails.
Grayson Highlands State Park | Mouth of Wilson
In Grayson County bordered on the north by Jefferson National Forest, Grayson Highlands State Park is near Mount Rogers and Whitetop Mountain on Route 58. These mountains are the highest in the state at about 5,700 feet.
Fairy Stone State Park | Stuart
Home of the lucky fairy stones, Fairy Stone is well known for its 168-acre lake adjoining Philpott Reservoir just minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Mill Mountain Park | Roanoke
Less than 5 minutes from downtown Roanoke, Mill Mountain Park offers incredible mountain biking within 5 minutes of downtown Roanoke. The trails encompass Roanoke's highest point - the summit of Mill Mountain (1703 ft.) and the Roanoke Star. This area offers 900 acres of parkland atop Mill Mountain, picnic areas, two overlooks that provide 20-60 mile vistas, access to additional hiking trails, the Mill Mountain Zoo and the Mill Mountain Discovery Center.
Download a Mill Mountain Park Map | Mapped ride at Mill Mountain Park
Waid Recreation Park | Rocky Mount
Waid Recreation Park is located in Rocky Mount. The park offers a variety of biking and hiking trails, along with a playground and picnic shelter. The Park is nestled near the Pigg River which is home of the "Mighty Pigg River Ramble." Over 400 acres of rolling terrain and creek crossings make this area great for beginners and the more experienced.
Download a Waid Recreation Park Map
Fairy Stone State Park
Nine of the park's 14 miles of trails, which are open year-round, are multi-use. That section is open to hiking, bicycling (mountain bikes only) and horseback riding. The remainder is hiking only.