There’s So Much To Discover About The Tiniest State Park In West Virginia, Tu-Endie-Wei

Tu-Endie-Wei is a teensy, tiny state park in Point Pleasant — in fact, at just 4 acres, it’s so small that it is tied with Fairfax Stone State Park as the tiniest state park in West Virginia. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for in historical significance!

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Have you been to Tu-Endie-Wei before? What other historical parks to you recommend to folks wanting to learn more about the days-gone-by of our state? Another good one on our list is Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park.

Address: 1 Main St, Point Pleasant, WV 25550, USA