Twin Falls State Park in southern West Virginia contains 25 miles of hiking trails to two seasonal waterfalls and many magnificent overlooks, a pioneer farm, and a rugged golf course.
Cabin Creek Falls, also known as Marsh Fork Falls and Foley Falls, is about 15-feet high and was the site of a circa 1882 mill. It is accessible from the Falls Trail. Approximately ½-mile from Cabin Creek Falls is Black Fork Falls, which is approximately 20-feet high.
Also noteworthy at Twin Falls is the Canada and Buzzard cliffs, which affords views of the Brushy and Cabin Creek ridges from the meandering Cliffside Trail.