State Parks in West Virginia

Gristmill at Babcock State Park

The West Virginia state park system includes more than 30 state parks and park areas that vary in size and kind. Some protect small landmarks. Others, many of which were first , preserve large land areas for outdoor recreation. Many provide cabins and camping for overnight guests. Several include golf courses.

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Blennerhassett Mansion, Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park

History Alive! programs come to state parks this summer

Historical figures from Mark Twain to Sacagawea will visit West Virginia state parks on weekends this summer as part of the West Virginia Humanities...
Greenbrier Valley Brewing Co. will launch its 35 Parks West Virginia Pale Ale at Pipestem Resort State Park.

Greenbrier Valley Brewing debuts 35-Parks WV Pale Ale

Greenbrier Valley Brewing Co.’s new "35 Parks WV Pale Ale" will be available at Pipestem Resort State Park beginning June 20 in celebration of...
Reenactors fire during a demonstration at Canaan Valley Resort State Park.

Canaan Valley park hosts W.Va. Day fest June 21-23

A wide range of Civil War-themed events and craft displays has been scheduled at Canaan Valley Resort to honor the anniversary of West Virginia’s...
A series of ziplines now leads adventurers on a remarkable canopy tour through the Bluestone River Gorge.

Zipline tours of the Bluestone Gorge open at Pipestem

Pipestem Resort State Park unveiled the state’s newest aerial adventure—a series of zip-lines that lets riders soar for more than a mile above the...
Chelsea Ruby unveils new state park

West Virginia governor unveils new Elk River state park

Stressing his commitment to a diversified state economy, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice on Wednesday announced the inclusion of a new state park—a trail...

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