Known for its rocky plains and its breathtaking scenery, Dolly Sods Wilderness is 17,371 acres of wilderness preservation. Located in Tucker, Randolph, and Grant Counties of West Virginia, Dolly Sods Wilderness offers plenty of opportunities for mountain biking, climbing, fishing, and more. Explore waterfalls and pine plantations located throughout the preservation. Search the forests of laurel thickets, northern hardwoods, and the groves of red spruce trees. Visit the bogs of blueberry, cranberry and moss or enjoy the flora of azaleas, rhododendrons, and mountain laurel. Look for beaver ponds near Red Creek or hike 50 miles of trails made up of logging roads and old railroad grades.
Cabins & Vacation Homes near Dolly Sods
Blackwater Falls State Park features amber-colored waters that plunges five stories then twist and tumble through an eight-mile long gorge.read more
Magnificent formations are the results of millions of years of intricate processes and trillions of drops of mineral laden water seeping through the limestone bedrock which leaves trace mineral deposits that over millions of years creates spectacular stalactites, stalagmites, helictites, flow-stone, columns and dazzling multi-colored formations that you will see in the WV Underground.read more
Choice of over 76 slopes and trails, seven lifts, a terrain and tubing park at two, nearby West Virginia ski resorts.read more