Tucker County, WV, is a great place to explore a field of wildflowers. Canaan Valley Resort State Park has a high plateau and a wide array of mountain wildflowers. The Best of Canaan Real Estate Sales and Vacation Rentals team put together this guide on some of the highest-rated trails around Canaan Valley, where you could come across a field of wildflowers. Book your stay with Best of Canaan Real Estate Sales and Vacation Rentals to come and see it for yourself!
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Explore a Field of Wildflowers on These Canaan Valley Trails
- Bald Knob: This 2-mile out-and-back trail is a challenging route that features fields of wildflowers along the journey. Once you reach the top of the 1,250 feet Bald Knob, you’ll have breathtaking views of the Kanawha River and West Virginia scenery.
- Middle Ridge Trail: Embark on this 2.6-mile loop to see gorgeous fields of wildflowers and lush forest scenery. Bog goldenrod and cottongrass are common wildflowers on this trail.
- Blackwater River Trail: This is one of the easier trails to gander at a field of wildflowers. It’s 0.8 miles and should take you about 16 minutes to complete if you don’t count the time you’ll spend taking pictures! This trail will take you right up to the beaver dam.
- Blackbird Knob Trail: This is a picturesque hike that is 8.5 miles out and back. It’s worth the long journey to catch some views of West Virginia wildflowers.
- Beaver Dam Trail: This is another easy hiking trail where you can see a field of wildflowers. It’s a little longer at a 1.2-miles out-and-back length.