Best Trails of West Virginia

This list represents the most popular trails in West Virginia. Use this list to plan your next West Virginia outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

In German, schloss means “castle.” In Virginia, schloss can only refer to one geologic ...
This is the best in tent camping in West Virginia’s far east.
The mother of all long- distance trails in North America, the Appalachian Trail extends ...
The walk-in tent sites here have a majestic view of Seneca Rocks.
Greenbrier River Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Greenbrier County and Pocahontas ...
The highest campground in this book lies near the highest point in the state. Campers ...
Camp in the impressive and historic high country near Morgantown, site of West Virginia ...
Trout Pond is West Virginia’s only natural lake. Some man-made amenities add to the setting. Trout ...
Sure, you could drive to within 900 feet of the highest point in West Virginia. But creek-to- ...
Bulltown is set in a historic locale yet features many modern recreational facilities ...
Only the world-famous New River Gorge with its bridge, whitewater, rock climbing, and ...
The water, land, and history of the New River Gorge await you. A name like Army Camp leads ...
Camp down in the canyon of the Smoke Hole.
Hiking to the top of 2,300-foot Cacapon Mountain proves that the journey is as important ...
Backpacking without the backpack? This is a dream come true on the 31.8-mile Kanawha Trace ...
Many waterfalls and man-made facilities attract campers to the longest campground around. ...
Beech Fork has the largest campground in the state park system. And there is more than ...
Otter Creek is classic Mon wilderness. The namesake creek is the heart of this 20,000-acre ...
Blue Bend is an old-time, old-fashioned campground built by the Civilian Conservation ...
The 20,000-acre Otter Creek Wilderness is just minutes away from this small, secluded ...
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