Twin Falls State Park, Mullens
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Twin Falls State Resort Park is a state park in Wyoming County, West Virginia. It is located 32mi west of Exit 42 from the West Virginia Turnpike.The park was opened in 1968 and was completed by 1975. The two namesake waterfalls are accessed by a hiking trail and are located about 1/2-mile apart on the Marsh and Black Forks of Cabin Creek.The park is built on land donated by Pocahontas Land Corp. and Western Pocahontas Land Corp as well as a few small privately owned plots. The entrance to Twin Falls State Park is about 12mi from the Castle Rock Trailhead of the Hatfield–McCoy ATV Trail.The park's nature center, located in Twin Falls Lodge, features local and natural history displays and offers naturalist-led programs year round.Features Twin Falls Lodge with 47 guest rooms 14 cottages Restaurant Nature center Gift shop 18 hole golf course 50 site campground (25 with RV hook-ups) Picnic grounds Hiking Mountain Biking Tennis court Basketball court Volleyball court Indoor Pool Facility Fitness Center Bowers Ridge Pioneer Farm - a restored 1830s mountain homestead working farmUse our Mullens family vacation planner to arrange your visit to Twin Falls State Park and other attractions in Mullens.
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Loved this placed, friendly staff, great restaunt with great food! Rooms were clean and view was breath taken!
Stayed at the campground for the Labor Day weekend. The campground was nice. We were fortunate to get 9A, a handicap site, where there was much privacy and a large lawn for outside games, etc... The b... read more »
The hotel or loge is very clean and kept up. They have a very nice gift shop when you first walk in and very friendly workers, also they have some history in the life it's self. The room was very clea... read more »
Twin Falls is an amazing resort park with a superb golf course, play area, and pool. In addition to the lodge the park also offers cabins, RV spaces and tent sites. There are several trails and, of course, the amazing twin water falls! Another unique feature of the park is the pioneer cabin. The caretaker and his family welcome you to visit and see the numerous animals they have there. This is a return stay for me and I'm sure there will be many more.
The pictures are much better than reality. Althought the rooms in the main lodge may be better, we were put in a basement room that smells like musk and mildew. There are knats driving us crazy and I'm happt this is only a one night stay. Everyone is so nice and the grounds are well kept, our room just stinks!! They have a real good photographer whom always it look great on the internet.
A really great place to stay!! I seek out waterfalls to photograph and enjoyed the pleasant hike to see the twin falls.
Tasteful resort overall. Very good restaurant. State park would be hard to find without GPS or directions, as I saw no signs along the highways. Set your GPS before you leave. I had no cell signal on the mountain.
This place is just awesome, great place to take your family. We all loved the rooms at the lodge, had a great time enjoying the indoor spa and pool. We really liked going to natural center and seeing the snakes and other animals. I myself loved the Golf course, just a top notch place, the wife and kids enjoyed walking the trails and swimming in the pool while I finished my round. All in all the staff was great, and just loved my stay Will be returning.
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