Twin Falls State Park
As your group is planning a trip to Charleston, you should consider visiting Twin Falls State Park. The location offers a variety of fun activities for visitors of all ages. There is a 47 room lodge, cottages, and camp-grounds if visitors want to spend the night. It is the ideal site for nature seekers and is the perfect place to visit. Group members can enjoy 12 scenic hiking and biking trails, go swimming in an outdoor pool, play golf, have a picnic, or visit the Pioneer Farm and learn about history.
If you and your group mates enjoy hiking, Twin Falls State Park is the place to visit. One of the hiking trails is known as the Poke Hollow Trail. The trail is beautiful and unique. It travels through a variety of forest types. Visitors will take a steady climb past two cemeteries and then follow a ridge to the highest point of the park. Another trail is known as the Cliffside Trail. On the trail, guests will enjoy a nice gentle hike along a ridge top. It becomes rocky and strenuous at an outer loop that goes through a natural rhododendron thicket.
The Pioneer Farm is a restored home place that is located on Bowers Ridge. It is a living history farm that appears much like those of the 1830s. At the location, the team will get a glimpse into the lives and times of the people who settled in the Twin Falls area. There is a place at the park which is known as the Nature Center. At the location, group members will learn about wildlife in the Twin Falls area and some of the rich cultural history.