Little Creek Park loop trail is a 1.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Charleston, West Virginia that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Little Creek Park Trail Loop 1.5 mile. Features Devils Tea table and views of creek. Easy level walk.
Pretty good nice views
Nice, peaceful hike! Quite easy, except for my little scramble up to the Tea Table rocks up top (is there an actual trail up to them? I couldn't find one). I loved the rocks. This was a great stop off the highway (I like to stop off for quick hikes on longer road trips) that I'd never have found without alltrails.
Good easy hike
Decent trail. The Tea Table is a pretty cool sight. Pretty close to some baseball fields, I could hear the bats the entire hike.
Awesome trail! Highlight of the trail is a beautiful rock formation called Devil's Tea Table that thrusts 80 feat into the air and balances on a small neck of rock maybe 15 feet thick at the base. Trail follows beautiful Little Creek which can occasionally be seen at the bottom of the ravine 100 feet down.
Great short hike with slightly steep downhill
Disappointing. No water on waterfall.
Great park very close to Downtown Charleston
Couldnt find a trailhead after following the directions to the park. After much driving around, we parked at one of the shelters where a park map showed a trailhead. I walked the perimeter of the clearing until a small opening in the woods revealed a path into the woods leading in different directions. Found the trails too muddy after a rain, and left.