Explore the most popular nature trips trails in Virginia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

on Dragon's Tooth Trail

19 hours ago

Good hike. Moderate trail. Some rock scrambles but makes it more of a challenge. Views up top are great on a clear to partly cloudy day.

We hiked this trail in January 2019. We really enjoyed it. The water levels were high enough that we had to wade through the river. Come prepared. The elevation climb wasn't bad at all. As we turned towards the falls, the trail was a bit hard to follow due to fallen tree limbs. There were few people on the trail. We would definitely do it again.

1 day ago

Trailhead is marked but not much else. Easy to hike in snow by following the existing tracks. Pretty section along stream and nice rolling wooded hills.

Very Strenuous to the average person like myself (29 years old not in the best shape I could be), but it was worth it! The waterfalls on the incline and decline were all incredible.

Good for the dog too

it was nice walk,then ut srarted getting hard,this was our first trailand over all i will walk it again. my son found this trail to hike

Did this trail with my Husband in October. The view was incredible. The summit is small and windy but breathtaking. Highly recommend

Beautiful waterfall. Trail can be muddy and slippery. Did this trail in June and no issues with bugs. All up hill on the way back, but can stop and enjoy the view as much as you want. Enjoy!

Pretty intense in the snow

beautiful easy overlook, and just a few steps from Bear Chase Brewery

What was one of the best and only public places to get outside, enjoy nature, and get some exercise in the area has become a limited experience. You can’t bring dogs and the beautiful viewpoint is closed. Why? I’ve spent my entire life respectfully enjoying this place and even bringing new people to it, always educating them on its history. I’m so sad I can no longer complete a real hike with my dog.

Very short and suburban. It is mostly unpaved and, after bad weather, a lot of areas that are very muddy. The dog appreciated it and it's pretty and close to home.

Loved this trail! Definitely steep and strenuous but you can cut off some time by going straight up and crossing the switchback sections. Views at the top were amazing, and it whatever plants are at the top were pretty cool because they were leafy and green even in the beginning of January!

4 days ago

We came back again :) my labrador loved this place so much!

mountain biking
4 days ago

nice system stays wet alot

mountain biking
4 days ago

a lot of bridges are out due to recent flooding, stay wet a lot but they do have a washing station for your convenience. nice trail system

mountain biking
4 days ago

nice climbs and nice down hills

Wonderful trail for a nice long walk.

This is a beautiful, easy trail. It’s one of my favorite places in the region.

Went while they had the Christmas light displays up. It was nice. Very easy walk.

4 days ago

Great trail! It was cool and quiet, ever saw another person while exploring with my girlfriend and our pup! The trail is certainly moderate so wear your hiking boots and bring water. Be aware of $4 parking as well. The scenic overlooks of the marsh are really nice and well maintained, however be aware that the last and longest overlook walkway is currently breaking down and could become a problem for a hiker if not cautious. Highly recommend this hike and will be back myself

The road to the actual trail goes through an area with a ton of feral cats, it is also behind a Walmart, and just past a animal shelter. So if it looks sketchy your on the right place. the actual trail isn't bad, but the litter from the garbage dump kind of puts a damper on it. It's a popular trail for the locals though. It would be great if the local shelter add it is so close had a dog walking program, or a sign that you could pay to rent a dog for a walk, would have loved that.

This was a lovely walk in the woods. The surrounding hills and creek was very pretty. We discovered this trail after the government shutdown closed all the trails on Skyline Dr. Was hoping for longer and more challenging trails but this trail will do in a pinch. If I lived locally I’d be happy to do this trail often..

This is an interesting trail with impressive views at the top. Camping is not allowed once you reach a certain elevation (closer to the top, and signs will be posted.) When you reach the trailhead, taking a left will put you through the most difficult half of the trail. The second half is much easier. It was a very beautiful place at the top of the mountain to see the watch the sunset and sunrise.

nature trips
5 days ago

This trail is very close to our farm in southern WV. It is kid friendly, and my boys enjoy it every time we visit. It’s perfect for a quick break to reconnect with nature and get moving.

5 days ago

Super easy but you NEED bug spray. The mosquitoes will eat you alive in 3 seconds flat no exaggeration on that one!

A little late but we went June 2017.A great hike and really refreshing after getting to the channels on a hot day.

well marked and nicely laid out trails.

Nice place for dog walk

Historic site; excellent park rangers eager to provide battle details and interesting stories.

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