Grand Vue Park, W.Va., Adds New Attractions

Photo courtesy of Grand Vue Park.

Photo courtesy of Grand Vue Park.

Grand Vue Park, overlooking Moundsville, W.Va., is adding new attractions to the zip line tour it opened it 2012. The new adventure park, which opens on April 9, will feature seven high-rope obstacles leading to an activity tower.

“You can come down three ways: repel, free-fall mega jump, or the steps—the boring route to go,” Grand Vue Park general manager Craig White said. The park will also feature a giant swing, a 28-foot climbing tower, and a trampoline.

The new additions cost an estimated $700,000 and are part of $2.5 million in upgrades to the park. Looking ahead, Grand Vue plans to add treehouse-themed cabins, a sports bar, restaurant, and gift shop. Craig White said Grand Vue’s goal was to add activities everyone can participate in for a good price.

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Sarah Borodaeff is the former research editor for Adventure Park Insider magazine and current freelance contributor. A professional ski bum and former zip guide, Sarah enjoys any excuse to talk about outdoor adventures.

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