- Location: Near Eads Mill, WV (Mercer County)
- Elevation: 2,112 feet
- Coordinates: 37.466658, -81.060539 / (37° 27′ 59.9688” N, 81° 3′ 37.9404” W)
- Waterway: Brush Creek
- Height: 30 to 35 feet
Brush Creek Falls is a large waterfall standing over 30 feet tall in Mercer County. The waterfall roars on Brush Creek, which is a tributary of the Bluestone River. This waterfall is very easy to access, as a wide dirt and gravel path will take you straight to it above. A steep but manageable path down to creek level will allow many perspectives and angles to get fantastic shots of the huge waterfall.
To access Brush Creek Falls, take the West Virginia Turnpike, and head off the interstate at Exit 20 (Camp Creek). From there, turn right onto US-19 South and then turn nearly immediately left to Pincy Flat (Route 3). Stay on Route 3, which will turn into Eads Mill Road for 3.7 miles until you see Brush Creek Road on the left. Take that road and in about 0.2 miles, there will be parking, as this area is known as the Brush Creek Preserve. A sign will show you the path that takes you to the falls, which is a short walk.