The Ultimate West Virginia Hidden Gem Road Trip Will Take You To 6 Incredible Little-Known Spots In The State

Sometimes it’s nice to escape the crowds and find some quiet enjoyment at a little known oasis. Thankfully, West Virginia is filled with hidden gems, so no matter where in the state you find yourself, you’re likely to find a diamond in the rough hiding nearby. The only thing better than a trip to a quiet, beautiful, little-known spot? Visiting six of them!

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To set out on this hidden gem road trip yourself, see the route on Google Maps here.

If you get hungry along the route, consider a stop for a hotdog at Skyline Drive-In not far from the Prince Depot and Little Beaver State Park – this is another hidden gem famous as Hank Williams’s last stop!

Address: 1194 Carnifex Ferry Crossing, Summersville, WV 26651, USA
Address: Depot Rd, New Haven, WV 25813, USA
Address: 1402 Grandview Rd, Beaver, WV 25813, USA
Address: WV-122, Greenville, WV 24945, USA
Address: Kumbrabow State Forest, Huttonsville, WV 26294, USA
Address: Co Rte 119/2, West Virginia 26201, USA