Tiny But Mighty, The Two Smallest State Parks In West Virginia Are Hidden Gems Worth Exploring

Have you ever wondered which park is the smallest state park in West Virginia? If you have, you’re not alone… and the answer isn’t as simple as it might seem, because it’s actually a tie. That’s right, there are not one but two smallest state parks in the Mountain State, both coming in at just four acres in size – and both hidden historical gems that are well worth taking time to seek out for a visit.

There you have it: the smallest state park in West Virginia, times two! Have you been to visit either Fairfax Stone State Park or Tu-Endie-Wei State Park? What did you think?

Address: Fairfax Stone State Park, Eglon, WV 26716, USA
Address: Tu-Endie-Wei State Park, 1 Main St, Point Pleasant, WV 25550, USA