This charming WV State Park includes the town of Cass which evolved with the logging industry and that remains relatively unchanged over time. The park offers an information center, company store, museum, Cass tours and restored company houses now rented as vacation cottages. A short film helps visitors understand what this community meant to West Virginia and the world beyond. The town is also home to the Cass Scenic Railraod.
Located approximately 8 miles NW of Durbin on Route 250.
This circa 1908 Western Maryland Depot’s staff offers visitors information about Elkins and the surrounding area and is the departure point for train excursions.
Journey along the South Branch of the Potomac River, through a visually-striking gorge known as ‘The Trough.’ One of the most scenic spots along the South Branch, The Trough is home to American bald eagles.