Visit Rudolph Falls In West Virginia, A Hidden Gem Beach That Has Its Very Own Waterfall

Looking for a fun new way to cool off this summer? Try an underrated river beach on the North Fork Cherry River in Richwood, West Virginia that even comes complete with its very own beach. It’s the perfect way to spend a great day in the Mountain State!

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Have you ever soaked in the river at the base of Rudolph Falls? What’s your go to option when you want to beat the heat or just relax on a beach in any season? Another option, especially if you’re in the Richwood area, is to head on up the Highland Scenic Highway to the Cranberry Glades for a cool, beautiful hike through a unique alpine microclimate.

Address: Rudolph Falls, 55 Highland Scenic Hwy, Richwood, WV 26261, USA