This 1.7 mile, difficult trail starts on the road to the camp grounds and offers great lookouts over the Bluestone and the New River. There are not many better places in Bluestone to spot West Virginia's wildlife.
This moderate, 0.4 mile walk is a highlight amongst visitors for passing a feeding area for white-tailed deer and you can even spot wild turkeys along the path.
A difficult, one mile trail that starts near the historic marker on the main road and leads to Sand Knob. Follow the trail Booker T. Washington took at age 9 on his walk out of slavery. You will pass a beautiful forest, with several picturesque lookouts.
From the road to the campsites, this 1.6 mile track offers the best views over the nearby lakes and also passes a waterfall. It’s considered easy to moderate.