Crossing An Entire Lake, This Unique Footbridge In West Virginia Is Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale

Tucked away deep in the forest in the heart of West Virginia’s coal country is a quiet cove. It’s a beautiful, calm oasis in McDowell County, made even more picturesque by a quaint, arched footbridge that crosses the lake from shore to shore. The name of this charming spot? Berwind Lake.

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You can learn more about the trails and recreational opportunities at Berwind Lake Wildlife Management Area, including their cabin rentals, on their website or Facebook page.

There are so many picturesque places hidden away around the Mountain State! If you love bridges, here are a few more covered bridges around West Virginia for you to explore.

Address: Berwind Lake Rd, Big Creek, WV 24815, USA