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Pinnacle Rock State Park

6407 Coal Heritage Road
304-248-8565

Located along Route 52, near historic Bramwell in Mercer County, Pinnacle Rock State Park is one of the more interesting day use parks operated by the West Virginia State Park system.

Towering above the rugged mountains of southeastern West Virginia, Pinnacle Rock is an unusual sandstone formation reaching 3,100 feet above sea level. This park provides a relaxing picnic area in an unusual scenic setting.

The park was opened in 1938 when the Conservation Commission purchased a 26 acre tract of land surrounding the rock. Parking areas, walkway and a large picnic shelter with a stone fireplace were then constructed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in conjunction with the state of West Virginia. Today there are nearly 400 acres which include Jimmy Lewis Lake (seasonally stocked with trout) located nearby within the park boundary.



Reviews

Tina Raiford

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Friday, June 15, 2018
We hiked these trails until we couldn't go any firther. It is a beautiful place for a family outing. Next time I'll be taking a picnic lunch for the family. We loved it!😊

Adam Boyles

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018
A wonderful place to go have picnics and let your kids play nice for rock climbing and beautiful scenery

Darlene Bailey

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Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017
Great wonder of West Virginia beautiful all year around good place to take mountain pictures with falls leaves winter snows spring flowers and summer sky hike up to the top for the best place to take pictures

Bradley Acord

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Monday, Nov. 6, 2017
Beautiful area! I had a wonderful wedding here and the scenery is incredible

Justin Via

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Saturday, June 9, 2018
That's one big rock!

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