Is there a map of the trails somewhere online?
They also have a an outdoor skatepark, so bring along the boards/scooters if the kids are into that stuff too. They sometimes try to keep bikes out when skate camp is going on, but pretty sure that's all done for the season now.
Most of the trails are pretty tame; you guys can have a good time exploring around the valley and up off lower Livermore Rd. Livermore is also a really mellow way down if you take the lift up for a run (you get one free lift ride if you're renting a room in the Valley). Top part is a little rocky, but my son had no problem w/ it when he was 4. Really pretty up there too.
New link as the old one I posted is gone. http://www.waterville.com/summer-pla...chairlift.html
Off topic, but you can also hike Tecumsah, a handsome spire-type peak that you can admire afterwards from the valley. Also ski-fanatics (at the 93 exit) rents kayaks & drops you point to point There is a nice run south on the Pemi ending back at Ski-fanatics. Good colors and rope swings if you are bold enough to jump in. Youth appropriate. Get a double kayak if you have a real little one. Investigate Sandwich notch for a bike ride. My kids are older, but one of our favorite memories from the WV village was sitting in the family van watching 3 black bears dumpster dining.
Went this weekend. Riding was pretty lame. You ride these boggy mowed wide XC trails. No real singletrack apart from the elephant rock trail. Ride up the slow lift takes 15 minutes. 5 minutes to get down. I did that a few times, then I asked the guy operating the lift, and he showed me a unmarked trail, that was just OK. He admitted that the riding in WV is not good in terms of real singletrack. He said he goes to Highland.
Hiking was fun. Cascade trail was great with the family. Lots of stuff to do with kids, ice arena, pool, etc.
Fun place. I rode for a couple of hours and had fun, but beyond that I would have to drive to Highland.