Sunday 10 - 5
Monday 11 - 7
Tuesday 11 - 7
Wednesday 11 - 7
Thursday 11 - 7
Friday 11 - 7
Saturday 10 - 7
Sunday 12 - 5
Monday 12 - 6
Wednesday 12 - 6
Thursday 12 - 6
Friday 12 - 6
Saturday 12 - 6
Limited parking available while you visit Pedal & Paddle at the rear entrance, accessed by Old Queen Alley.
Find out about the benefits of becoming a Pedal & Paddle
Pedal & Paddle hosts two group ride options starting from the shop every weekend. Please email Eddie to receive weekly e-mail updates as the ride routes and times vary based on the season and weather. Ride options include routes 30 to 50 miles and a more leisurely ride 10 to 15 miles. Visit our profile at Map My Ride for more fun rides!
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Things to Do
The Antietam Battlefield is just four miles away and a great place for history buffs, walkers, runners, cyclists, and anyone else interested in the details of the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. The first Saturday in December the park holds a candle vigil - one candle for each soldier who died - a spectacular sight to behold. The annual Independence Day fireworks celebration is another must see event.
Bryce Mountain Bike Park
A little over an hour from Shepherdstown, Bryce Mountain Bike Park offers downhill cycling terrain ranging from beginner level to advanced.
The website Canal Towns is your gateway to the C&O Canal.
We are located one-half mile from the C&O Canal, mile marker 73 and each year we get to meet hundreds of people from all over the world who are cycling or hiking through on the 184 miles of the Canal or just taking in a short section. The Canal is an important piece of American history used from the 1820's thru 1924 to access coal in the Allegheny Mountains. When the railroad industry and damaging floods closed the canal for the last time in 1924 it sat dormant until the 1970's when it became the C&O Canal Historical Park.
Great Allegheny Passage
The Great Allegheny Passage is a (crushed gravel) rail trail that connects to the C&O Canal in Cumberland, Maryland, and offers 150 miles of continuous trail experience northwest to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
The Potomac River sits in our backyard and can be accessed by the public boat ramp in Shepherdstown. This section of the river is flat and calm (unless it rains a lot), and is a great spot for fishing or recreational kayaking/canoeing.
Washington County, Maryland Bicycle Tours
If you enjoy road cycling visit Washington County, Maryland, Bicycle Tours for local cycling routes promoted by cycle-friendly Washington County, Maryland.
WV Route 9 Bike Path
Enjoy 10 miles of paved trail along Route 9 between Ranson and Martinsburg WV. Located approximately 5 miles from Shepherdstown.