The Sweet Story Behind The Massive, WWII-Era French Oak Trees Growing In West Virginia

Perched on a pleasant point where two rivers meet is one of West Virginia’s smallest state parks. And in this tiny park are a handful of regal old oak trees. But these aren’t just any oak trees – they’re French Oak trees in West Virginia, and the story behind their growing here is a sweet tale of courage, alliances, and thankfulness among friends.

When you were on the point in Point Pleasant, did you notice the French Oaks? Now you know their story. And if you love little tidbits of trivia about the Mountain State, you might also like the story of West Virginia’s two best dressed fleas.

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Address: Tu-Endie-Wei State Park, 1 Main St, Point Pleasant, WV 25550, USA