Things To Do
Located in southern West Virginia between the towns of Summersville and Fayetteville, Gauley River National Recreation Area includes 25 miles of the Gauley River, and five miles of the Meadow River. These swift, winding rivers and their narrow canyons are protected by the National Park Service.
Whitewater paddling and fishing are several of the more popular activities on the Gauley and Meadow Rivers.
Gauley Fest will be held September 20 - 21, 2013. For more information see American Whitewater's website at:
Whitewater page: Check here for information on whitewater rafting, river levels, and release schedules.
Camping: Check here for information about camping in and near the park.
Fishing: Check here for information about fishing at Gauley River National Recreation Area.
Nearby Attractions: Check here for other places to visit near Gauley River National Recreation Area.
Did You Know?
It took a crew of 8 to 15 loggers using two boats and necessary tackle 34 days to float 50,000 staves (logs 8 to 10 feet long and up to 40" in diameter) 27 miles from Wood's Mill to Gauley Bridge.