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Walk Behind A Waterfall For A One-Of-A-Kind Experience In West Virginia

Dolly Sods Wilderness Area in West Virginia is known for its incredible landscapes and dreamy scenery. However, few people know about this secret waterfall or what’s hidden behind it. Here’s how to find it.

Some words of caution: the roads to Dolly Sods can be narrow and treacherous. The trails are not always well marked. Cell phone signal is spotty to nonexistent. Take a paper map and good directions for the best experience, and be aware of your surroundings.

To get to the Red Creek Campground from the nearby Seneca Rocks, go North on WV 28 for 12 miles. Take a left on Jordan Run Road. Go one mile up Jordan Run Road and take a left on to Forest Road 19. In 6 miles, Forest Road 19 comes to a T on to Forest Road 75. Take a right, heading north on the gravel Forest Road 75. Drive for five miles until you see the Red Creek Campground parking on the left.

If you’d like to see more waterfalls in West Virginia, take this West Virginia waterfall road trip.

Rachel Whetstone
Rachel is proud to live in wild and wonderful West Virginia. She enjoys nature walks, photography, and discovering new restaurants all around the state.