Explore Mercer County’s hidden waterfall

Last updated: August 30, 2021

There is a reason why West Virginia is so mysterious. A hike or road trip could reveal a hidden gem – a unique rock formation, blooming colors or in this case, a secret waterfall.

  • Location: Near Spanishburg, WV (Mercer County)
  • Elevation: 2,063 feet
  • Coordinates: 37.471700, -81.11 / (37° 28′ 18.12” N, -81° 6′ 36” W)
  • Waterway: Wolf Creek
  • Height: Around 25 feet

Wolf Creek Falls is a staircase waterfall located in Mercer County along US-19 just north of Spanishburg about halfway between Camp Creek and Princeton. The waterfall is located on Wolf Creek, which is a tributary of the Bluestone River and the drop is between 20 and 25 feet.

This waterfall can change, depending on the weather. But now is the perfect time to go waterfall chasin’. We have had a lot of rain in recent months! Share your hidden waterfalls photos with us at #visitmercerwv

Note: the waterfall is located along a road; use caution when parking and exploring. Information from Mountain State Waterfalls