Holly River State Park in the Mountain Lakes region of central West Virginia is surrounded by towering mountains and pristine streams and is known for its wide range of flora, ferns, wildflowers, and waterfalls.
There are five waterfalls to explore at Holly River. Fall Run Falls, along Fall Run, is one of the easiest to access, with a short boardwalk and staircase connecting it to County Route 3. Shupe’s Chute, at the terminus of Fall Run Creek and the Left Fork Holly River, and Lower Falls along the Left Fork Holly River, are best seen from the Potato Knob Trail. The seasonal Tenskwatawa Falls is along the Ridge Road Trail while Tecumseh Falls is along the Reverie Trail.