Pipestem Resort State Park is a 4,050-acre state park in southern West Virginia. It is located in the gorge of the Bluestone River. The Park name derives from pipestem, or narrowleaf meadowsweet (Spiraea alba), a locally common shrub historically used for making pipe stems.
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