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National Parks & Forests  

Locals like to say that if you ironed out West Virginia and made it flat, it would be bigger than Texas. However you look at it, though, West Virginia contains some of the most extensive undeveloped and unspoiled areas east of the Mississippi. While other East Coast states were busy developing their remote areas, West Virginia joined with the federal government to protect these most valuable of resources.

The result today is an array of National Forests and Parks that are unequaled in the East. The New River Gorge National River Area preserves the surging whitewater and spectacular cliffs that annually draw tens of thousands of adventurers. The George Washington and Monongahela national forests in the southeast preserve and protect vast stretches of wilderness, making them a magnet for campers, hikers, and sportsmen and sportswomen alike.

History isn't neglected, either. The nation's smallest national park, at Harper's Ferry in the state's Eastern Panhandle, preserves the historic community where abolitionist John Brown challenged the government's authority and morality over the issue of slavery.

These important national preserves protect some of America's most important historical and natural resources, providing education and recreation to all who visit.


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Cranberry Mountain Nature Center
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PO Box 110
Richwood, WV 26261
3046534826


Highland Scenic Highway
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PO Box 110
Richwood, WV 26261
3046534826


Dogwood Cabins
Dogwood Cabins are set in the middle of green hills, blue sky, and beautiful ponds. We are located on the Midland Trail National Scenic By-Way, in the heart of the Whitewater National Recreational Area of central West Virginia. The cabins are located within minutes of the New River Gorge Bridge, and

PO Box 239
Hico, WV 25854
8008161255
info@dogwoodcabins.net


Harpers Ferry National Historic Park
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PO Box 65
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
3045356298
marsha_starkey@nps.gov


Cranberry Wilderness
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PO Box 110
Richwood, WV 26261
3048462695


Cranberry Glades Botanical Area
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PO Box 110
Richwood, WV 26261
3046534826


Gauley River National Recreation Area
The Gauley River National Recreation Area includes 25 miles of the Gauley River and 5 miles of the Meadow River. These swift, winding rivers and their narro gorges are protected by the National Park Service. The Recreation Area was established in 1988, and offers picnicking, primirive camping, hunti

P. O. Box 246
Glen Jean, WV 25846
3044650508
neri_superintendent@nps.gov


Monongahela National Forest
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200 Sycamore St
Elkins, WV 26241
3046361875



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Falls of Hills Creek
A three-quarter mile trail leads down a steep gorge to a series of three falls that cascade 20 feet, then 45 feet and finally the third falling an impressive 65 feet making this one of the highest waterfalls in West Virginia.

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