Twin Falls Resort State Park
PO Box 667
Mullens, WV 25882
Phone: (304) 294-4000
Explore Twin Falls Resort State Park
Falls State Resort Park is a state park in Wyoming
Virginia. It is located 32 miles west of Exit 42 from the West
The park was opened in 1968 and was completed by 1975. The two
namesake waterfalls are accessed by a hiking trail and are located
about 1/2-mile apart on the Marsh and Black Forks of Cabin Creek.
The park is built on land donated by Pocahontas Land Corp. and
Western Pocahontas Land Corp as well as a few small privately owned
plots. The entrance to Twin Falls State Park is about 12 miles from
the Castle Rock Trailhead of the Hatfield-McCoy ATV Trail.
Twin Falls is located southwest of Beckley. If
you are traveling either north or south on I-77 or
east or west on I-64 you'll pass through Beckley,
West Virginia. Exit I-64/I-77 at Beckley, West
Virginia at Exit 42 (marked Beckley and Robert C.
Byrd Drive). From Exit 42 it is 28 miles (45
minutes) to Twin Falls Lodge.
From the Exit Ramp turn right onto Rt 16 South/Rt
97 West (marked Sophia, Mullens). Drive
approximately 3.5 miles on Rt 16 South/Rt 97 West.
This is all 4-lane road. Bear right onto Rt 54 South
Drive approximately 15 miles on Rt 54 South. You
will drive through the towns of Glen White and
Lester. These towns are locally noted for very
strict enforcement of their speed limits, so be
careful. At Maben, about a quarter of a mile past
Maben Easy Stop, turn right onto Rt 97 West. Drive
5.5 miles on Rt 97 West. About a quarter of a mile
past the Exxon Station you will come to a STOP sign.
Turn left onto Bear Hole Road. It is 4.1 miles to
Twin Falls Lodge.
Set in the rugged mountains of Southern West
Virginia, Twin Falls Resort State Park is the ideal
site for nature seekers. You may find overnight
accommodations ranging from a 20-room lodge located
on the mountain top to secluded cottages and deluxe
and standard campsites.
For those wanting a challenge, Twin Falls
provides a sprawling 18-hole, Par 71 championship
golf course. Other leisure activities include nine
scenic hiking trails, picnicking, swimming in an
outdoor pool or just relaxing with a piece of
history at the Pioneer Farm.
Picnicking: Three picnic areas offer visitors
an outdoor dinner table. Groups and reunions enjoy
the ability to reserve any of Twin Falls' three
picnic shelters. Playground equipment and restroom
facilities are on site or nearby.
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