High Bridge Trail State Park Description
Opened to the public in 2008, High Bridge State Park is a 34 mile long rail trail in Central Virginia.
It follows a portion of the old South Side Railroad and passes through the town of Farmville.
While riding the trail, be sure to follow it east out of Farmville to see the 'High Bridge'
for which the park is named. Built in 1853, this 2400 foot long bridge overlooks the Appomatox River.
Currently, about 22 miles of the park are open to the public. This is a multi-use trail, and is enjoyed by hikers,
mountain bikers and equestrians alike.