Mountain Biking

There are many mountain biking trails in the Tri-State area to enjoy. The club hosts rides often, or you can meet up with riders using our Facebook group. Provided here are a number of maps and locations for riding. 

Barboursville Park

The Barboursville park is spread over 750 acres and includes soccer fields, three baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, little league baseball fields, midget football field, fishing lake and ponds, picnic areas, an amphiteater, walking trails, horse show ring, and an archery range.

Map credit: Kenneth Jones. View/edit in Google Earth. Features: Parking Spots for Bikers and Hikers (12), Park Benches (11), Trail Signs: Drew's Lookout, Devil's Hollow, Farm View Trail, 0.2 Mile Loop, 0.6 Mile Loop, Rest Stop, Radio Tower 0.6 Miles, To Shelter, Walking Trails 1 Mile, Vehicle Gates (5), Picnic Tables (3), Picnic Shelters (2), Radio Antennas (2), Unexplored Trails (2), Geocaches (1), Barboursville 4-H Camp, Lookout Point, Entrance to Park, Barboursville Police Department Shooting Range, Barboursville Soccer Fields, Barboursville City Garage, Barboursville Equestrian Facility, Lake William, Barboursville Amphitheater, Playground, Barboursville Remote Control Plane Field at 4-H Camp, William S. Sadler Residence.

Beechfork Lake State Park

5601 Long Branch Road Barboursville, WV 25504 

Trail MapBeech Fork State Park is a state park located in Cabell County and Wayne County, West Virginia. The park is located on the tailwater shores of Beech Fork Lake, a flood control impoundment of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the Beech Fork of Twelvepole Creek. Since its development in the mid-1970s, Beech Fork State Park has proven to be a popular recreation spot for the residents of nearby Barboursville and Huntington, West Virginia, as well as those living in the surrounding region.

The park is located about 10 miles (16 km) south of the Hal Greer Exit (Exit 11) of Interstate 64. Access to the park is also available from Exits 8, 15, and 20 of I-64. The Beech Fork Lake Dam and Marina are about a 20 mile (40 minute) drive from the park.

Hiking, walking, and biking trails are shown on the park map and trail guide. Along with some of the best trails in the area for hiking and biking, park guests often utilize the miles of park roads within the campground for walking and biking.


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