The Big Bear Lake Trail Center is quickly becoming known as the hot spot for classic east coast single track. Years of trail development, by experienced mountain bikers have created a trail system that will have you grinning ear to ear. The terrain has everything to offer; gradual climbs, large embedded rocks, tight slaloms, challenging rock gardens, and off the saddle downhills. Almost 50 miles of trail wind through knee deep ferns and flora, soft needle pine plantations and groves of mountain laurel. Riders of all ages and abilities will find trails to fit their individual riding skills and need for adrenaline. The Big Bear Lake Trail Center is the place to bring the entire family to experience mountain biking at its best.
We make it easy to find your way around. Trail maps are provided at the main entrance. Trail fee is $5/day or $30 for a season pass. Passes can be purchased at the main entrance.
All trails may be used for hiking, trail running and x-c skiing. Trails are closed from November 1 to December 31.
Cyclists enjoying trails at The Big Bear Lake Trail Center may inquire about overnight camping sites in Beaver Creek Village.
Big Bear Lake Camplands is a proud member of the West Virginia Mountain Bike Association (WVMBA) and the International Mountain Biking Association. We encourage all riders to adhere to the rules of the trail. Visit them at: www.wvmba.com and www.imba.com
- Trails are open Jan 1 to Oct 31
- Fee is $5.00 per rider a day
- Season pass $30.00.
- Large color map included in fee.
- Children 12 and under free.
- Camping available at Beaver Creek Village sites.
- Helmets and personal safety equipment required
- All riders must sign a release of liability form