Holly River State Park

With 8,101 acres of dense forest, Holly River is West Virginia’s second largest state park. Located in a narrow valley, the park is surrounded by heavily forested mountains, some reaching more than 2,800 feet in height. The dense forests of Holly River provide guests with a natural setting where they can find peaceful solitude. Recreational opportunities in this park include camping, hiking, swimming and tennis.  Amenities include picnic shelters, restaurant and corrals for campers with horses. Holly River State Park is known for a wide range of flora, including wildflowers and ferns.  The Left Fork of the Holly River flows through the park offering trout fishing opportunities. Be sure to visit the historic Windy Gap School one-room schoolhouse.

680 State Park Rd
Hacker Valley, West Virginia 26222

Telephone: (304) 493-6353
Website: http://www.hollyriver.com