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Set in the rugged mountains in southern West Virginia is where you will find Twin Falls State Park. The state park sits on a wooded ridge and is the perfect destination for hikers and nature lovers alike. As the name suggests, there are two beautiful waterfalls in the 3,776 acres of Twin Falls State Park, and these are one of the biggest attractions. The waterfalls are named Cabin Creek Falls and Black Fork Falls, and the area was once the site of a mill built back in 1882. The falls are seasonal and tend to dry up significantly in summer, so although the park is open all year, it is best to view them later in the year when there has been some rainfall.
Rent an RV in Wyoming County and get that rural escape you are after while still being close enough to nearby towns such as Princeton Beckley and Oceana for you to pop in to go shopping or out for a meal.
There is plenty to do when RV camping at Twin Falls State Park, with hiking being one of the most popular activities. The two waterfalls within the park can be viewed with ease by taking the 1-mile Falls Trail Loop. Overall there are almost 28 miles of rugged, scenic trails for hikers of all abilities. Most are pretty tricky, as the trails are very rocky and often have long ascents or steep descents.
The three scenic picnic areas in Twin Falls State Park offer visitors a chance to sit and eat their lunch with family and friends while enjoying the nature that surrounds there. Groups are able to reserve one of the thee picnic shelters, ideal for a family gathering, and there is also playground equipment and restroom facilities nearby.
Those that are up for a bit of a challenge can take on the sprawling 18-hole, Par 71 championship golf course that lies within the park. Just be sure to bring your golf clubs with you when you rent a camper near Twin Falls State Park.
The state park RV campground at Twin Falls State Park is open year-round and can be reserved at any time. Overall there are 50 campsites to choose from, 25 of which feature electric hook-ups, and all come with grills, picnic tables, laundry facilities, and two easily accessible bathhouses. This is the best place to go camping with an RV if you want immediate access to the park from the minute you wake up to the minute you go to bed.
There are a huge number of other RV parks in the immediate area, such as Lake Stephens Campground and Marina. The campground offers 100 RV sites, as well as some tent sites. Campers can make use of the shower house, play area, basketball courts, and camp store. Both 30 and 50 amp service is available depending on your needs, with the majority of RV sites rented on a first-come, first-served basis, with a few available for seasonal motorhome camping reservations.
Head to the Exhibition Coal Mine, just a short drive away, for a great day trip. Tour the underground mine, visit the Coal Camp and then head to the museum and gift shop where not only will you be able to learn more about the history of the mine, but also sample some of the freshly made fudge which is available in a variety of flavors. The Coal Company House has been lovingly restored, giving visitors a true representation of early 20th-century coal camp life. The hands-on exhibits are suitable for visitors of all ages, with the venue surrounded by well-kept lawns, colorful flowers, and picnic areas.
The Canyon Rim Visitor Center is an unmissable place to visit. The building has been created out of natural materials such as sandstone and red oak. The center features a huge exhibit room filled with displays and photos which tell the story of the people, towns, and the industry at the gorge. Watch some interesting videos, such as how the forces of nature created the gorge, before taking in the incredible views of the gorge and bridge in person.
The Mystery Hole is a very interesting place to visit. Open for public viewing since 1973; it has continued to intrigue visitors year after year. The attraction advertises itself as a gravity-defying wonder and includes a number of sideshow-Esque attractions like a ball that rolls uphill. Take a tour of each room, all of which have been built in strange angles, and watch water float upwards in this truly unique attraction.