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Twin Falls State Park

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.

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Black Fork Falls

Black Fork Falls is approximately 20-feet high.

Cabin Creek Falls (Marsh Fork Falls, Foley Falls)

Cabin Creek Falls, also known as Marsh Fork Falls and Foley Falls, is about 15-feet high.

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From the West Virginia Turnpike/Interstates 64 and 77, take Exit 42 for WV Routes 16 and 97. Follow WV Route 97 west for 19 miles. Turn left onto Cabin Creek Road and follow for one mile to the park entrance.

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