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You don’t hear much about Holly River State Park, because most of their regular visitors don’t want to let the cat out of the bag. One of West Virginia’s best-kept secrets, this densely wooded park Read more...
You don’t hear much about Holly River State Park, because most of their regular visitors don’t want to let the cat out of the bag. One of West Virginia’s best-kept secrets, this densely wooded park takes you far away from city life, onto 8100 acres of narrow valley nestled between peaks that climb as high as 2800 feet! Cell service is almost non-existent, but the office has wi-fi, as does the full-service restaurant, great for when you get tired of hot dogs.
Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa Falls, Shupe’s Chute, and Potato Knob all serve as great destinations for hikers and photographers alike—the steep climb to the Knob is a great workout that pays out in breathtaking views from 2480 feet. Wooded pathways and decks weave around the falls, and log cabins with stone fireplaces are peppered throughout the grounds. Park staff lead hayrides and marshmallow roasts, and even put on a haunted campground in October! Visit in the fall for Irish road bowling contests, or Labor Day weekend for live music, potato peeling contests, and tons more at the Holly River Fest.