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State Parks & Forests  

West Virginia has one of the oldest and most highly developed state park systems in the nation, and there's a park close to every travel destination in the state. From the breathtaking beauty of Blackwater Falls in the north to the golfer's paradise tucked away at Twin Falls in the south, West Virginia state parks truly showcase the Mountain State's best.

Many (Blackwater and Twin Falls included) feature full-service lodges, making them an attractive choice for both business and vacation travel. The larger resorts also include conference facilities and resort services that make them an excellent choice for your next business or group meeting.

To see the full range of what's available, visit the individual sites of each state park. Natural wonders exist side-by-side with recreational opportunities ranging from golf, cycling and hiking to make West Virginia state parks a one-stop-shopping solution for any traveler.


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Cass Scenic Railroad State Park
Description entry needed by owner

PO Box 107
Cass, WV 24927
3044564300
cassrr@sunlitsurf.com


Lakeview Resort & Conference Center
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1 Lakeview Dr.
Morgantown, WV 26505
3045941111
lakeviewresort@lakeviewresort.com


Seneca State Forest
Seneca is an 11, 684 acre woodland located amid the spectacular mountain scenery of Pocahontas County, WV. Having only 8 vacation cabins and 10 campsites makes Seneca a safe bet for a peaceful vacation. Located on Seneca Lake and the Greenbrier River, the popular cabins are fully furnished and equip

Route 1 Box 140
Dunmore, WV 24934
3047996213
senecasf@citlink.net


Chestnut Ridge Regional Park
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Rt. 1 Box 267
Bruceton Mills, WV 26525
3045941773


Greenbrier State Forest Campground
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HC 30, Box 154
Caldwell, WV 24925
3045361944


Droop Mountain Battlefield
West Virginia's oldest state park and the site of the November 6, 1863 battle of Droop Mountain. With nearly 400 casualties, the battle was one of the state's largest and last significant Civil War battles.

HC 64 Box 189
Hillsboro, WV 24946
3046534254
droopmountain@dnr.state.wv.us


Beartown State Park
Beartown is a natural area of unique rock formations. House-sized sandstone boulders separated by deep crevasses are pocked by eroded holes and pits and covered with overhanging trees. A boardwalk with interpretive signs allows easy access and helps to protect the formations.

HC 64 Box 189
Hillsboro, WV 24946
3046534254



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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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