Valley Falls State Park, West Virginia
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Valley Falls State Park is located in West Virginia. To visit Valley Falls State Park on your trip to Grafton, use our Grafton trip itinerary maker.
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This park and waterfalls are georgeous. You have to drive a bit out of your way off WV 310, but the signs are well marked. Visit the old mill at the waterfalls. I hiked several trails on my visit and ... read more »
The state park is at the end of a residential neighborhood with narrow streets and street parking. Once you get to the park, there is a fairly large set of parking lots that serve as the trail heads. ... read more »
If you are in the area I highly recommend driving to Valley Falls State Park. I love to visit waterfalls and hope to eventually see all of the ones in WV. These were definitely worth the drive. They a... read more »
It's a great and beautiful place! DO NOT FOLLOW Google's directions though, leads you to Heston Winery. Take exit 137 (East Park Avenue), then take 310 North and follow it for a little over 7-8 miles. There will be signs directing you to the right direction!
Very pretty park. It's a wonderful place to picnic or go for a time of relaxing and reflection. If hiking if more your thing, there are plenty of trails to explore with wildlife in great abundance.
Absolute bliss .. Best place to enjoy the peacefulness. Scenic beautiful and never want you to go out of the place. Must visit, would recommend for all age groups.
As quoted from a text message to a friend: Valley Falls is clutch. I feel powerful there, like my inner caveman is at home. There are pavilions and tables with grills for picnics, beautiful views, and decent bathrooms. Their vending machines also have Monster Energy; this is rare and significant to caffeine junkies. There is a small playground area, but really that's just for show because who needs a man made playground when you have trees and giant rocks everywhere? So here's how you do this thing: bring a bag of charcoal, Kingsford if you have any common decency. Grab a Monster from the vending machine and fire that stuff up. Toss some burgers and dogs on the grill. Chow down. Now, go roam around while you're nice and satiated, and get your feet wet in the water. Climb rocks, and trees if you can. Check out the wildlife. Use the restrooms, they should be fairly clean and presentable. Now go eat more. You have now succeeded. Thank me later.
Great trails with a beautiful scenery everywhere.
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