This Easy, Quarter-Mile Trail Leads To Brush Creek Falls, One Of West Virginia’s Most Underrated Waterfalls

It’s no secret that part of what makes West Virginia wild and wonderful are the many creeks and rivers that rush their way down toward the Atlantic (or the Gulf Of Mexico) via hundreds of jaw-dropping waterfalls. Blackwater Falls and Sandstone Falls are famous West Virginia icons, but there are many other under-rated falls throughout the state. One of them is Brush Creek Falls in Mercer County.

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Have you made the trip to Brush Creek Falls? To learn more about it, visit Mercer County’s website here.

What are some other under-rated attractions in West Virginia? We can think of quite a few, including some of these little known state parks.

Address: Brush Creek Falls Rd, Princeton, WV 24740, USA