The Natural Swimming Hole In West Virginia That Will Take You Back To The Good Ole Days

Natural swimming holes are a West Virginia past time. Most West Virginians spent many a childhood summer in the local creek or other natural body of water. So, it is fitting that such an iconic emblem of childhood sits at the foot of one of the most iconic structures of our state.

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If you are reliving your adolescence, or creating new memories for your own adolescent, be sure to pay a visit to Babcock soon.

Babcock State Park is located at 486 Babcock Road in Clifftop.

To learn more about Babcock State Park, check out their website here.

If you would you like to have a more adventurous day on the water, check out this outdoor water playground that will be your new favorite destination.