Paint Creek Falls Is An Out-Of-The-Way Waterfall Hiding In The West Virginia Forest

The Paint Creek Scenic Byway follows its namesake, Paint Creek, through the winding backcountry paralleling the West Virginia Turnpike (I-64/I-77) from Tamarack all the way to the Kanawha River at Pratt. And along this scenic route, hidden away in the West Virginia forest, is a pristine, secluded waterfall: Paint Creek Falls.

West Virginia is full of these hidden gems – for another beautiful yet relatively obscure roadside waterfall, try Drawdy Falls in Boone County.

Address: Paint Creek Falls, Powellton, WV 25161, USA

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