Walking through Bluestone National Scenic River today, one will find traces of the past; an old stone wall, a chimney or foundation protruding from the undergrowth, a headstone or cemetery seemingly lost in the forest. These tangible remains help to tell and preserve the stories of those who came before us.
Moonshining on the Blue: Descending into the Bluestone Gorge on the tram at Pipestem Resort State Park, an attentive visitor may notice the moonshine still located under a huge rock overhang alongside a picturesque waterfall. The story of moonshining in this area is a testament to the subsistence lifestyles of those who once lived on the rugged land. more…
Did You Know?
The upper Bluestone River is a popular whitewater run during higher springtime flows. This upper is rated Class III-IV and is for experienced boaters. The lower section is suitable for beginning paddlers.