Hidden Valley Recreation Area in the George Washington National Forest offers excellent fishing in the Jackson River for stocked and native trout and other cold water fish species.
The 20 miles of trails offer excellent opportunities for hiking, enjoying scenic views, fishing and hunting access, and for mountain biking.
180 acres of hayfields offer viewing of woodchucks, deer, rabbits, and early succession wildlife. Hunting is popular during the autumn game seasons and spring gobbler season.
Warwick Plantation was built in the late 1840s by Judge James Woods Warwick. Today, Warwickton is largely restored and houses a bed-and-breakfast inn.
From Warm Springs, take State Route 39 west for 3 miles. Turn right onto McGuffin Rd. (SR 621) and travel 1 mile and turn left on Hidden Valley Rd. Travel 2 miles to enter Hidden Valley.
Last Updated: 9/11/2007 11:58 AM