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The Mountain Lakes of West Virginia

Close to the pottery shop is Summersville Dam holding back the clear blue water of the Gauley River to create Summersville Lake. This lake is the largest in WV and it offers boating, fishing, camping, scuba diving, rafting, kayaking, trout fishing, and much more. Below the dam hydro power is harvested and the rivers true power is revealed in a raging torrent of pure whitewater delight. The Upper Gauley is the most refreshing and intense whitewater river around. 

Mount Lookout was once a civil war overlook on the confluence of the Meadow River and Gauley River. On the other side of the river you can visit Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park a civil war battle ground with a great view of the Gauley River and lots of hiking to secluded river spots, don't forget your camera.

Fayetteville is home to the New River Gorge Bridge. The New River carves through an ancient canyon rich in history. The high volume whitewater has cut away the mountains revealing hidden cliffs as old as time. The New River is the second oldest river in the world. Be sure to visit the New River Gorge National River Visitors Center for grand view of the New River and its really big bridge, The New River Gorge Bridge.

 


The Great Outdoors

There are so many things to enjoy in the mountain state. From tranquil bird watching to exciting whitewater. If you like the outdoors then WV is for you. Being a native to these parts and knowing the area like we do gives us a unique chance to share our knowledge with our pottery guests. We have both worked in the tourism and rafting industry for many years and know all the best spots. If you would like to paddle on the water or fish in the creeks for the big one just drop us a line any river any time.

 


Sunrise at Long point

Long Point Overlook on Summersville Lake is a popular stop on the way to Battle Run Campground. A hike to Long Point takes a hour, and when there you will have a 360 view of the lake from a 100 foot rock face.

The Falls of Hill Creek

Three wonderful waterfalls are waiting to show off just for you, found in the Monongahela National Forest near Cranberry Glades Visitors center. 

Sugar Creek

Sugar Creek flows into the Gauley River just below the major rapids. The Gauley River National Recreation Area has some magical surroundings waiting to be discovered.

Glade Creek Grist Mill

Glade Creek flows into New River through Babcock State Park. Babcock, one of the finest parks in West Virginia, has wonderful scenery, camping, hiking and trout fishing. Don't forget to visit the most famous grist mill ever photographed.

HANDCRAFTED STONEWARE HANDMADE CERAMICS by GAULEY RIVER POTTERY WV near GAULEY RIVER NATIONAL RECREATION AREA

 

 

 

Gauley Green
Gauley Green
Gauley Brown
Gauley Brown
Cranberry Mountain Sunset
Cranberry Mountain Sunset
New River Nights
New River Nights
Forest Green
Forest Green
Cranberry
Cranberry
Cobalt Blue
Cobalt Blue
Purple
Purple


Gauley River Pottery

526 West Mount Lookout Road

Mount Lookout, WV 26678

mary@wvpottery.com

Studio 304-872-2841

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