Level: Advanced
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: 4x4 Trail
Configuration: Other
Elevation: -
Total: 8 riders

Mountain Biking Fairy Stone State Park

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#188 of 300 mountain bike trails in Virginia
#7,258 in the world

Known for its legendary fairy stones, Fairy Stone State Park contains a 168-acre lake that is a hotbed for fishing. Activities here include camping, swimming, hiking, mountain biking horseback riding, fishing and boating (electric only).

First added by TrailAPI on Apr 10, 2013. Last updated May 8, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From I-81 near Roanoke, take Route 581 to Route 220 South to Route 57 West to Route 346 North (Fairystone Lake Drive). From I-77 near Hillsville, take Route 58 East to Route 8 North to Route 57 East to Route 346 North (Fairystone Lake Drive). From Greensboro, take Route 220 North to Route 220 North bypass at Martinsville, then Route 57 West to Route 346 North (Fairystone Lake Drive). From Richmond, take Route 360 West to Route 58 West to Route 220 North Bypass at Martinsville to Route 57 West to Route 346 North (Fairystone Lake Drive)
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  • Owen Spendlove

    The trail is best suited for hiking. Much of the center of the trail is gully washed out. The hills are steep, and you either ride next the edge of steep cliffs, or next to the rooty bank. I spent a lot of time pushing my bike uphill.

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  • mdujmo

    Caught the trail off Goose Point rd. Trail is wide. The trail long climbs are steep. Not for the beginner Mtn Biker.

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  • Daniel_Sheets   ✓ supporter

    Nobody else wants to review this trail,so I will.Most of this trail is not true Singletrack.I am guessing total miles are about 6-8,according what You count as bike trail.There are about 3 miles of pretty good riding trails.The rest is a little messed up from horses and neglect.If You are in the area it is worth riding,if for nothing else the climbs and the views of Phillpot Lake.The State park in its self is pretty good with W&E sites and a great swimming and beach area.

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