Past Old Ruins And A Waterfall Grotto, This Loop Trail Winds Through West Virginia’s Holly River State Park

West Virginia’s 45 state parks and forests are some of the best in the nation. And they achieve this level of quality despite the fact that the state does not charge admission at any of its parks! One of the most beautiful state parks, full of gorgeous streams and waterfalls, is also its second-largest: Holly River State Park in Hacker Valley. And one of the many hidden gems at Holly River State Park is Tecumseh Falls.

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Find the Tecumseh Falls/Reverie Loop Trailhead just off County Route 10 in Holly River State Park. To learn more, visit the Holly River State Park website here.

Have you hiked to Tecumseh Falls? Did you turn around there or hike on to complete the loop? Of course, there are other trails in Holly River State Park that are also well worth your time and attention. Learn more here.

Address: Tecumseh Falls, Northern, WV 26222, USA