The Mon River Rail-Trail system is one of only four trails nominated for the @railstotrails Hall of Fame! Support the trail by voting as many times as possible Aug. 3–10—and help spread the word using #RailTrailHOF. Read about this great honor. VOTE early and often!
Rock Forge Lane to Greer Limestone Deckers Creek Plant and Masontown to Trail End Trail Sections will be CLOSED in phases starting July 23 to possibly October
Major restoration work on the Deckers Creek Rail-Trail has closed Summer School Road to Breakiron Road on Monday, August 3rd-5th. Work schedule
The Imagination Running Wild Challenge is a challenge to explore all 48 miles of the Mon River / Caperton/ Deckers Creek Rail-Trail by end of 2020. There are a few limits, but many paths. This is for everyone; all cyclists, runners, walkers, in-line skaters, and cross-country skiers are invited! You can complete the entire rail-trail…
Thank You Monongalia County voters for your support! We sincerely appreciate your vote! Results are still unofficial but at this moment we have a strong 78% Vote YES! Your vote counted in saving the rail-trails and so many other special places in our county!! Happy Trails!
In light of the current outbreak of COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the Deckers Creek Trail Half-Marathon originally scheduled for June 6, 2020 until the fall. The new event date is currently being determined and we will let you know as soon as possible.
Thank you all that have donated to the Funds for the Fix-Its Campaign! Trail volunteers have been installed one at Star City, Prickett’s Fort, Masontown, and at the Van Voorhis Trailheads. An additional fix-it station will go in at Hazel Ruby McQuain Riverfront Park in Morgantown as part of the renovations and upgrades to the…
The Sheepskin Trail at the WV/PA state line is NOW OPEN! This 1.7 mile stretch connects the Mon River Rail-Trail to Point Marion, PA. Enjoy a two-state trail adventure and visit our newest Trail Town, Point Marion, Pennsylvania. Learn more about this trail at www.sheepskintrail.org