North Bend State Park, in West Virginia, is named for the horseshoe curve of the North Fork of the Hughes River. The park offers a multitude of recreational facilities in a beautiful pastoral setting. The fishing streams, lake, hiking trails, abundant wildlife and excellent overnight accommodations, lodge and cabins, and lodge dining room are some of the features of this year-round park. Youll find true hospitality at this popular state park
Small and nice state park. It is very nice for the area with lots to do. I used to camp there as a kid with other Boy Scouts.
The rock climbing is pretty decent with a few places to hit near the wooden cabins. Park at the top past the pool and walk down towards the water water there's a path with several rock faces on the right.
North Bend State Park is a very beautiful park located in a small town in West Virginia. Unless you've lived near there, or lived there yourself, you probably will not know about it.
They have camping, and the lodge is open year round. There is a very nice pool there, and they have quite a few walking trails to enjoy.