Located at the extreme tip of West Virginia's northern panhandle, Tomlinson Run State Park provides a range of recreational opportunities. The park's 1,398 acres extend along the stream from which it gets its name, both of which are named for a family of early settlers, to within a mile of the stream's confluence with the Ohio River.
Roughly divided into two sections, the park offers a wilderness area of heavily forested hills, overhanging cliffs of sandstone and shale, and a profusion of wildflowers and fauna. Featured within the developed areas of the park are picnicking, boating, miniature golf, basketball and volleyball courts, swimming, a campground with camper cabins and yurts, and a group camp.
Learn more about trails, activities and camping on the park website link below.