Camp Creek State Forest in southern West Virginia contains 6,000 acres of untouched mountain forest, seven miles of trout streams, and two small waterfalls.
The two waterfalls, Campbell and Mash Fork, are small but incredibly scenic. Campbell Falls, set along Camp Creek, is approximately 15-feet high and 40-feet wide but can vary widely depending on water flow. Mash Fork Falls is along Mash Fork and is approximately seven feet high.
Unrelated, Mash Fork’s name suggests a moonshining past, not uncommon in this part of Appalachia.