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Pipestem State Park, Pipestem

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Pipestem Resort State Park is a 4050acre state park located in southern West Virginia, on the border between Mercer and Summers counties. The park was built with grants provided by the Area Redevelopment Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce under the administration of President John F. Kennedy. It is located in the gorge of the Bluestone River.The Park name derives from pipestem, or narrowleaf meadowsweet, a locally common shrub historically used for making pipe stems. The park features two hotels, one of which may be reached only by an aerial tramway to the bottom of the gorge, 26 fully equipped wood cabins, a regular and a par-3 golf course, several restaurants, and other recreational activities, including its own stable of horses.The park's nature center features displays of native plants and animals, and offers nature programs. The Nature Center is open year-round, and includes the Harris Homestead, a reconstructed 1900s (decade) period historic house museum, barn and meat house.Nearby cities and attractions Athens, West Virginia Concord University Princeton, West Virginia Hinton, West Virginia Bluestone State Park Bluestone Lake New River Sandstone Falls
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  • Unspoiled beauty. Camp, hike, horseback ride, archery; and the list goes on and on. Tram ride is a 1000 foot gondola ascent - descent . Restaurant and snack bar available. Gift shop has typical souven...  more »
  • We stop here often with out 3 year old son. He loves the hiking, and natural beauty. We always see deer and turkeys. We often stay in the cabins. They are rustic but fun to share with friends and fami...  more »
  • Visited Pipestem Park with another couple. I am from the area so was nice to show them around. Even though most of the activities went not open in March they were impressed. Planning on returning in t...  more »