Tu-Endie-Wei State Park

  • 1 Main Street Point Pleasant, WV 25550
  • (304) 675-0869

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National & State Parks

The four-acre Tu-Endie-Wei State Park was established as a memorial to the war that occurred on this site in 1774, and contains an 84-foot granite obelisk, along with smaller memorial tablets. The park also contains the 1794 hewn log house, one of the oldest in the Kanawha Valley.


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