- Location: Near Peytona, WV (Boone County)
- Elevation: 749 feet
- Coordinates: 38.133911, -81.688745 / (38° 8′ 2.0796” N, 81° 41′ 19.482” W)
- Waterway: Drawdy Creek
- Height: Around 6 feet
Drawdy Falls is a picturesque waterfall located near Peytona in Boone County. The waterfall is located on Drawdy Creek, which is a tributary of the Big Coal River. Drawdy Falls is very unique, in that it is a set of two waterfalls, each a few feet in height. The lower fall is slightly taller than the upper fall, and when combined make for a wonderful shot, so don’t be afraid to get your feet wet!
Drawdy Falls is on the other side of Route 3 from the Drawdy Falls Roadside Park. This is a nice shelter and picnic area, and makes for a great place to sit and take a quick bite of food as a break from waterfall expeditions.
Drawdy Falls is located in Boone County just south of Peytona. To get to the falls, take the West Virginia Turnpike and head off of Exit 89, which will take you to WV Route 94. Once on Route 94, head west for a grand total of about 23 miles, and park at the roadside park, which will be on the left. Just a few miles before the roadside park, the roadway intersects with Route 3, just continue right. Be careful crossing Route 3 once at the park, as this is a big trucker road.