Kids, what adventures do you think you could get up to in 2,100 acres of stunningly rugged, forested and mountainous terrain? Quite a lot we imagine!
Well, why not challenge yourselves with doing just that by visiting Bluestone State Park in West Virginia!
Wild and wonderful, this wilderness park is just five miles south of Hinton in the south of the state. It’s best known for the stunningly blue Bluestone Lake, which is also the third largest body of water in West Virginia. Pretty cool, huh!
The park’s many acres are perfect for those active and adventurous families, with hiking, fishing and camping all on offer!
Wild and wonderful – you’ll find both at Bluestone State Park. This wilderness park, located five miles south of Hinton in southern West Virginia, is best known for Bluestone Lake, the state’s third-largest body of water. The park’s 2,155 acres of forest and rugged mountain terrain are perfect for hiking, fishing and camping.
The lake of course is a great place to spend some time, with boating and swimming great in those summer months!
In the midst of this wilderness park, just five miles south of Hinton, are nestled modern cabins, a campground and fine recreational facilities.
Over the winter months, snow sports are even possible just outside the park, so there really isn’t any reason to not visit!
Let Mother Nature show you what she’s made of in this amazing West Virginia state park. Bluestone Lake is waiting for you!