From the woods to the water, adventure awaits in the mountains of southern West Virginia. With two state parks, a national park, and plenty of rivers and lakes there is definitely no shortage of adventures here!
Zip through the trees and over the river with Pipestem Adventures. This adrenaline-filled adventure carries you on nine zips from the top of the gorge to the Bluestone National Scenic River below.
There’s plenty to hike here with approximately fifty miles of combined trails within our state parks at Bluestone and Pipestem, as well over 75 miles of trails in the New River Gorge National Park & Preserve.
From rustic to full hookup we have a quiet little campsite for you. Try the Bluestone Wildlife Management Area for rustic sites along the water. Bluestone and Pipestem State Parks offer the perfect RV and tent sites.
Bike along the Bluestone River from Bluestone State Park to Pipestem Resort State Park on the Bluestone Turnpike Trail. Need a bit of assistance with your peddling? Try an e-bike rental from Pipestem Adventures.
Whether you prefer fishing the rivers or the lakes, you can catch it here. Need someone to show you the way? New River Trophy Outfitters are the local pros and offer guided fishing trips for the entire family.
From bald eagles to blue herons, black bears, deer, and a myriad of other critters in southern West Virginia you know never what you might see. Take a stop at the Brooks Overlook to enjoy a view of an eagle's nest.
Our rivers are family friendly. Float on your own or with a guide. Cantrell Ultimate Rafting and Pipestem Adventures will be happy to guide you on a river trip. C.A.N Outdoors will rent you some gear and provide shuttle services.
From half hour to two hour trail rides, R&R Stables puts the
“giddy-up” in horseback riding. They are located within Pipestem Resort State Park and offer plenty of scenic trail rides.
Take an urban adventure in the Hinton National Historic District. Go on a self guided walking tour and discover local museums, shops, and restaurants.