Maps & Directions

Wolf Creek Park, Fayette County, WV
Located in the heart of the New River Gorge Region – internationally known for its natural beauty and variety of outdoor activities.

Situated on Rt. 16 near Appalachian Drive on the Coal Heritage Trail, and adjacent to U.S. 19, a major interstate connector providing easy access to the entire Eastern Seaboard.

Google Map with detailed site information

Topographical Map Conceptual Masterplan – “Developable Acres” (2012)

Click here to see “Why West Virginia” location information at WV Department of Commerce

The Boy Scouts of America High Adventure Camp, The Summit: Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve, is just nine miles south of Wolf Creek Park.

Bridge Brew Works facebook_102284
Drive into Wolf Creek Park on Nick Rahall Greenway.
Continue 0.3 miles to Bridge Brew Works – the steel building on the left.
Click here for a virtual tour of Bridge Brew Works

New River Birding & Nature Center’s Outdoor Classroom facebook_icon
Drive into Wolf Creek Park on Nick Rahall Greenway.
Pass Bridge Brew Works, the steel building on the left.
Turn left down the graveled road to the Outdoor Classroom: Wetlands Boardwalk and Woodland Trails.

Wolf Creek Village
Drive into Wolf Creek Park on Nick Rahall Greenway.
Pass Bridge Brew Works, the steel building on the left.
Pass the graveled road to the New River Birding & Nature Center’s Outdoor Classroom.
Nick Rahall Greenway comes to a “T”
Turn left into Wolf Creek Village residential cul-de-sac.

Robbins Company – Conveyor Division  facebook_icon
Drive into Wolf Creek Park on Nick Rahall Greenway.
Pass Bridge Brew Works, the steel building on the left.
Pass the graveled road to the New River Birding & Nature Center’s Outdoor Classroom.
Nick Rahall Greenway comes to a “T”
Turn right. Robbins is the first facility on the right.

Office of Emergency Services – Fayette County 911 Center
Drive into Wolf Creek Park on Nick Rahall Greenway.
Pass Bridge Brew Works, the steel building on the left.
Pass the graveled road to the New River Birding & Nature Center’s Outdoor Classroom.
Nick Rahall Greenway comes to a “T”
Turn right. The 911 Center is the first facility on the left.

 

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