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West Virginia State Parks

USA Parks
West Virginia
Mountain Lakes Region
Holly River State Park
Holly River State Park Shupes Chute Falls © Jason Vickers
Holly River State Park near Flatwoods, WV, in Webster County, protects 8,101 of remote mountain forest and is the second largest state park in West Virginia. Holly River is especially popular with campers and hikers visiting the parks waterfalls and high ridges. Recreation hiking, biking, swimming pool, game courts, playground Lodging 10 cabins, 88 camping sites Dining restaurant, sundries store Highlights Tecumseh Falls, Tenskwatawa Falls, Potato Knob, Shupes Chute Falls.
Holly River State Park Tecumseh Falls © Jason Vickers
Tecumseh Falls drop 10 feet over an overhanging ledge in Holly River State Park in Webster County on Big Run of Laurel Fork of Holly River. This image taken June 2009.
Park Visitor: Comments, Memories and Reviews
September 4 by Lori Jackson
Holly River is our favorite place to camp or just come and walk around. We camped there for years with the kids and they still love it there
April 15 by The Millers from Ohio
we have been camping there since 1980..It is our favorite spot. Our children have many fond memories of Holly river
July 14
all most heaven
July 14
great camping, people are friendly,beautiful
March 12 Whole Family Loved It by pamalabishop
This was our first camping trip as a new family and or children loved it. They had never got to enjoy the wildlife and nature like this before
March 22 fishing by max04339087
i fish all over the state and holly river is by far the best place to catch trout. there is plenty of small pools and fast ripples for them to hide in but i always catch my limit and i have a great time. the park is beautiful.
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