Twin Falls Resort State Park

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Twin Falls Resort State Park

West Virginia

(304) 294-4000

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Set in the rugged mountains of Southern West Virginia, Twin Falls Resort State Park is the ideal site for nature seekers. Visitors here enjoy overnight accommodations ranging from a 20-room lodge located on the mountain top to secluded cottages and deluxe and standard campsites. For those wanting a challenge, Twin Falls provides a sprawling 18-hole, Par 71 championship golf course. Other leisure activities include twelve scenic hiking trails, picnicking, swimming in an outdoor pool or just relaxing with a piece of history at the Pioneer Farm.

Map of Twin Falls Resort (WV)

Latitude, Longitude: 37.629240, -81.438290



  • Camping

    Twin Falls' campground includes 50 campsites, 25 with electrical hookups. Twenty five of the campsites are available for advanced reservations.

    The seasonal Contact Center houses a Laundromat, small store with convenience items and camper registration area. There are two bathhouses, one heated for winter use, and a dump station. All campsites are paved, with grills and picnic tables.

    Campers have a choice between wooded or open area sites: Fox Hunters Point and Dogwood Flats.

    Dogs and cats are permitted. Leash guidelines apply.

  • Golfing

    Twin Falls features an 18-hole par 71 championship course. The original 9-holes were designed by Geoffrey Cornish in the late 1960's and nine-hole addition designed by George Cobb, Sr. completed a challenging 18-hole golf property. A pro shop with club and cart rentals, sales and assistance is on site. A resident PGA Golf Pro is available for lessons. The 18-hole course is open year round, weather permitting.

    This course is tucked in a mountainous area of West Virginia and many golfers overlook this golf gem. Twin Falls provides some of the best golf play you'll find anywhere at a more relaxed pace of play.

  • Hiking

    Twelve hiking trails vary from remote wooded paths to scenic walks to the two falls for which the park is named.

  • Historic Sites

    The Pioneer Farm is a restored home place on Bowers Ridge. The living history farm appears much like those of the 1830's providing a glimpse into the lives and times of the people who settled the Twin Falls area.

  • Picnicking

    Three picnic areas offer visitors an outdoor dinner table. Groups and reunions enjoy the ability to reserve any of Twin Falls' three picnic shelters. Playground equipment and restroom facilities are on site or nearby.



Twin Falls is located southwest of Beckley. If you are traveling either north or south on I-77 or east or west on I-64 you'll pass through Beckley, West Virginia. I-77 and I-64 run together there and these directions will get you from I77/I-64 to Twin Falls Resort State Park.

Exit I-64/I77 at Beckley, West Virginia at Exit 42(marked Beckley and Robert C. Byrd Drive). From Exit 42 it is 28 miles(45 minutes) to Twin Falls Lodge.

From the Exit Ramp turn right onto Rt 16 South/Rt 97 West (marked Sophia, Mullens). Drive approximately 3.5 miles on Rt 16 South/Rt 97 West. This is all 4-lane road.

Bear right onto Rt 54 South towards Mullens.

Drive approximately 15 miles on Rt 54 South. You will drive through the towns of Glen White and Lester. These towns are locally noted for very strict enforcement of their speed limits, so be careful.

At Maben, about a quarter of a mile past Maben Easy Stop, turn right onto Rt 97 West.

Drive 5.5 miles on Rt 97 West. About a quarter of a mile past the Exxon Station you will come to a STOP sign. Turn left onto Bear Hole Road. It is 4.1 miles to Twin Falls Lodge.

Phone Numbers


(304) 294-4000