At the confluence of the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers lies the charming, quirky little town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Right at the point of land where these two mighty rivers converge, just a short walk from downtown Point Pleasant, West Virginia’s smallest state park overlooks a beautiful waterfront vista and commemorates the area’s history with a striking Washington Monument lookalike.

Enjoy the rich history and eclectic charm and beauty of Point Pleasant and take a relaxing stroll to West Virginia’s own Washington Monument lookalike. To learn more about Tu-Endie-Wei State Park, visit West Virginia State Parks online. Do you know of any other miniature lookalikes in the Mountain State? It’s not quite the same, but there’s a miniature, lookalike lighthouse on Summersville Lake that you can actually climb!

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