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1203 Broad Street, Summersville, WV, US, 26651

  • Phone: (304) 872-6900
  • Fax: (304) 872-6908
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»Gauley River National Recreation Area

The stunning Gauley River National Recreation Area features a 25 mile long river along with a 5.5 mile Meadows River. This beauty of nature is a perfect place to be at while a break from the tiring daily routine. The greenery around with the freshness of the flowing water in the river makes one feel vibrant. Comprising of a Summersville Dam, which is the only part that is accessible through road way, one can get access to the remaining site via river.

US 19
Summersville, WV 25938

»Summersville Lake

The Corps of Engineers broke a long standing tradition when naming the dam that created the state's largest lake. Do you know why? For the answer plus information on outdoor recreation at Summersville Lake and water safety tips call the lake office.

RR 2, Box 470
Summersville, West Virginia 26651

»Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park

156 acres. Picnicking, hiking trails, museum, game courts and playground. Minutes from Summersville Dam and Lake.

1194 Carnifex Ferry Road
Summersville, West Virginia 26651

»Kirkwood Winery

Home of the Grape Stomping Wine Festival! Kirkwood Winery is located on a country farm and offers tours, tastings and sales Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from 1-6 p.m.

1350 Phillips Run Road
Summersville, West Virginia 26651

»Cranberry Wilderness

Trails are neither signed nor blazed, although rock cairns are occasionally provided in areas that may appear confusing. Deadfall trees are not cut out of the trails unless going around them will cause unacceptable environmental impacts.

PO Box 110
Summersville, West Virginia 26261

»Falls of Hills Creek

A series of three falls that cascade 20 feet, 45 feet, and the third falling 65 feet, making this waterfall one of the higest in West Virginia.

PO Box 110
Summersville, West Virginia 24946

»River Nature Center at Hawks Nest State Park

Located at the 370-acre (150 hectare) Hawks Nest State Park, River Nature Center offers children an interactive learning experience where they can learn all about the life forms in the New River Area in a manner that is as engaging as it is informative. Apart from observing displays, visitors can also interact with the nature center's in-house naturalist. The gift center is also nature-themed.

49 Hawks Nest Park Road
Ansted, WV 25812

»Hawks Nest State Park

Consisting of 276 acres bordering a rugged section of the New River Gorge National River, Hawks Nest State Park offers a modern, 31-room lodge with outdoor swimming pool, fantastic views, a nine-hole executive golf course, restaurant overlooking the New River Canyon, the River Nature Center, hiking trails, three gift shops and much more.

49 Hawks Nest Park Road; P.O. Box 857
Fayetteville, West Virginia 25812

»New River Gorge National River

The New River Gorge is a scenic river located to the southwest of West Virginia. The river has a diverse range of flora and fauna and a number of beautiful aquatic species. The spectacular location of the river makes it a popular outdoor destination. The New River Gorge Bridge which is located here was once the largest arch bridges in the world. The bridge along with its surrounding offers a breathtaking view to the visitors. River rafting, canoeing, fishing, camping, hunting, bird watching and picnicking are some of the activities that can be done here. The New River Gorge is a perfect place to unwind with family and friends.

232 Main Street
Glen Jean, WV 25936
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