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Outdoor Excursions
Bike, Hike, Ride or Paddle
Grove's rural location makes it a great location for a number of outdoor activities including bicycle touring, hiking, horseback riding or paddling the nearby Haw River. Grove can be the base of your excursion. The winery is open daily and has parking, picnic facilities, bathrooms, trash facilties and Wi-Fi access. Check out the event calendar for a number of organized outdoor events that occur at Grove throughout the year.
Bicyclists visit Grove throughout the year to take advantage of the country roads and scenic beauty. Many folks biking from Greensboro or Elon use Grove as a turnaround spot. Other cycliests like doing European-style winery tours by bike. For folks using Grove as a base of operations, a number of cue sheets are available for different length rides. Grove hosted the ninth annual Cycle North Carolina tour AND annually hosts the Gears & Cheers bike ride for MS.
Whether taking an excercise power walk around the 1 mile vineyard loop, doing a nature or history hike along the banks of the Haw River, or using Grove as a stopping point while doing the nearby NC Mountains to Sea Trail (Section 25) the vineyards, fields and woods around Grove are a great place to hike.

Grove is located a couple miles north of the North Carolina Mountains To Sea Trail in Northeast Guilford County. The winery is open daily and we have bathroom facilities, wine and some food items available. To get to Grove from the MST take Oseola Rd from Old Hwy 87 or Tickle Rd from Hwy 61.

Click here for NC MST section 25 interactive map.

Horses have always been a part of the Grove Winery story. A couple of employees who live nearby sometimes ride their horses to work. Two stables are located on our road. And we sometimes have horse-drawn carriage tours of the vineyard. If you're looking for a place to ride your horse, you're welcome at Grove. We've got a hitchin' post and the vineyards are a great place to ride.
Paddle the Haw River
The Haw River is located about 900 yards east of Grove. The Brooks Bridge bridge is a good place to put into the Haw for a paddle downstream. Throughout the year Grove plays hosts to a number of canoeists and kayakers paddling the nearby Haw River. We were an overnight stay for Matt Steible's river long tour and we host a couple of paddle dinners per year through the Haw River Canoe Company.