Babcock State Park is one of the most photographed places in West Virginia for a good reason. With the historic and picturesque Glade Creek Grist Mill, miles of trails, cabins and a pool, you could spend a few hours or a few days. Babcock is also located near several other cultural and natural attractions, and the route is along two scenic highways. This trip couldn’t be more relaxing and beautiful.
Stop 1 – Ansted
A quaint little town with lots of history.
This 60 foot waterfalls is easily accessible from Route 60 near the town of Gauley Bridge. This is a...