New River Falls Lodge
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... s sky-high bridges. We marveled at how the bridges could have been constructed. We traveled on excellent highways without the heavy traffic on so many interstates. Would love to come back and spend more time here.
... where we were. Since coal has mostly played out, the area and the river now draw tourists and visitors seeking everything outdoors – boating, white water rafting, fishing, camping, hiking, backpacking, birding, photography, etc.
Tomorrow we leave for Flatwoods, WV for an overnight stay, then to Washington, PA for another overnight stay, and then we will be at Rick and Flo Dewitt’s place outside Forestville, NY for a few ...
Today, we transitioned from eastern KY to Beckley, WV.
As we arrived in Beckley, my motor home driving skills were put to the test. First, the directions to the park, put us on a "no truck" street that was a bit narrow and wound through a neighborhood. When we finally got to the “park”, we discovered that it was the parking lot of the Beckley Exhibition Coal ...
Bluestone National Scenic River
The rugged area of the Bluestone National Scenic River was designated as a part of the National Park system in 1988. The river is named after the blue limestone that lines its bed at the river’s origin in Virginia.
The park ...
... obtain information on various activities in the area including some scenic drives; one of which is the Fayette Station Road which we highly recommend if you have the time. Departing near the Canyon Rim Visitor Center, Fayette Station Road winds down the sides of the gorge, takes one across the New River on a bridge at the bottom of the gorge then takes ...
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