Offering a diverse array of outdoor activities, Little Beaver State Park is a 562-acre piece of land that primarily entertains day-use guests and fishers throughout the year. Little Beaver State Park has 17 different trails totaling almost 20 miles. About 30% of these paths are paved and offer multiple opportunities to do some sightseeing and nature spotting.
If you're the adventurous type, there's also a diverse array of all-natural hiking trails here that shouldn't be attempted without proper hiking gear. These trails are marked at their heads, so make sure you know what you're getting into before leaving for your excursion.
Canines are allowed on all hiking trails in Little Beaver State Park, as long as they stay on a leash no longer than eight feet in length. Guests are reminded to clean up any messes that their pets may occasionally leave behind. For overnight guests, Little Beaver State Park has a total of 46 individual campsites to choose from, 16 of which come with water and 30 of which contain both electricity and water hookups.
The campground itself features coin-operated laundry facilities, an RV dump station, free wireless internet access, washroom facilities, individual grill units, and fire pits. Reservations for these sites can be made up to two weeks before the date of arrival, applications for which can be found on the West Virginia State Park's website.
Canines are prohibited from any indoor structures on the campgrounds but can accompany guests outside provided they stay restrained throughout their stay. For groups of 50 or more, Little Beaver State Park also offers large-scale primitive sites available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Little Beaver State Park also contains the 18-acre Little Beaver Lake. Guests are free to go for a swim, or rent a paddleboard and enjoy the shoreline views. If you bring your dog along for some water fun, make sure they stay on a leash during your visit.