An Easy But Gorgeous Hike, Camp Creek Trail Leads To A Little-Known Stream In West Virginia
In a state as gorgeous as wild and wonderful West Virginia, there’s no better way to experience all our beauty than to get out and walk through nature. We’ve got countless municipal parks, 35 state parks, and six national parks. That’s a lot of parks, and they’re filled with even more trails. If you’re looking for a park filled with some of the best trails in West Virginia, you’ll definitely want to check out Camp Creek State Park. This 550-acre area is just off I-77 and not far from the southern tip of the state.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
For more information about the Camp Creek Trail in West Virginia, check out Alltrails.
Address: Camp Creek State Park & Forest, 2390 Co Hwy 19/5, Camp Creek, WV 25820, USA
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