Beaver Creek State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"There’s a lot to recommend this park in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, with hiking and biking trails, an archery range, pioneer village, old canal locks, and more spread across its more than 2,700 acres of forest wilderness. But three things really stand out. One is the paddling on the Little Beaver Creek, a national- and state-recognized Wild and Scenic River. It features water fast enough to be fun and some outstanding scenery while cutting through a gorge with high cliffs. Another is the Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center. It’s home to full body and head mounts of various mammals, wings, skulls, a live honey bee display, and more."