Pipestem Resort State Park
Cool off at Pipestem with our new water fun activities! Splash and play at the splash park with 15 different spraying, dumping, and playing water installations perfect to entertain the little ones for hours or come relax and enjoy a day at the lake!
When it’s hot outside and you need to cool off, nothing beats the heat like a dip in the pool or splash through a nature-made swimming hole. Good thing West Virginia’s state parks and forests have several of both!
Go for a Swim at a State Park Pool
Many state parks and forests have swimming pools where you can quickly cool off after a day of outdoor adventure. They’re also perfect for parties or spending a relaxing day poolside with the family. So, stop on by parks like Bluestone, Berkeley Springs or Canaan for a fun day at the pool.
If you’re looking for a little more excitement, head to Chief Logan or Tomlinson Run. Both park pools have a towering, twisting water slide the kids will love (and most adults, too)!
Nature-made swimming spots
If you prefer to get your toes wet in a free-flowing natural body of water, check out the swimming hole at Audra, or go for a swim at a lake or beaches at Blackwater Falls, Cacapon or Tygart Lake state parks. Be sure to check individual park pages for more information on hours.