Friends of the Huckleberry, Inc. (a 501c3 non-profit) was created in 1991 solely for the purpose of promoting and expanding the Huckleberry Trail. For the last three decades, we have been involved in all of the planning and construction of the trail, and one hundred percent of the funds we have raised have been used for engineering and construction of the Huckleberry Trail and for the amenities along the trail. With almost 15 miles of paved trail completed, Friends of the Huckleberry is working with the localities to identify future projects, including the bridge over Prices Fork Road and connections to other jurisdictions such as Roanoke County and City of Radford. 

Make a Financial Donation

Friends of the Huckleberry accepts donations, and 100 percent of your donations are used to support the Huckleberry Trail, including construction, maintenance, and support.


Friends of the Huckleberry is part of the GiveLocalNRV network. You can make an online donation on our page by clicking the Donate button.  


You can submit a donation by check by making the check payable to Friends of the Huckleberry, Inc.  Mail the check to:  

Friends of the Huckleberry
PO Box 10414
Blacksburg, VA 24062

Donate Resources

Amenities make the trail more usable and accessible for people of all ages. Dedicate a bench, a mileage marker, a water-refill station, or buy other signage for the Trail.

If you would like to make a donation for one of these items, please contact either Friends of the Huckleberry or the appropriate Parks and Recreation Departments for specifics:

  • Beth Lohman, Friends of the Huckleberry, 
  • Dean Crane, Blacksburg, 540-443-1101
  • Brad Epperley, Christiansburg, 540-382-2349
  • Mitchell Haugh, Montgomery County, 540-382-6975
Bench dedicated to Va Tech Coach Hartman
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