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Watoga State Park

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    at78rpm
    Reviewed 23 August 2015

    Watoga State Park is a vast public space with a forest of mixed hardwoods and softwoods, some of which are very mature and stately, giving us an idea of what the woods were like 200 years ago. There are trails ranging through all levels of difficulty that will show the hiker all the natural wonders of the area. Accommodations are...

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    Richmond, Virginia
    Reviewed 22 September 2013

    I've been spoiled by Blackwater and Canaan for years, but wanted to check out nearby Cranberry Glades and Greenbriar River Trail. Watoga is an old, huge park - with a nice trail system for sure. You can bike or drive to quickly jump on the Greenbriar River Trail, which is awesome. Cranberry Glades is about 20 minutes away by car...

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    Reviewed 17 July 2013

    This camping area is nestled in the mountains of WV and is beside the Greenbrier River. There is a lake within the state park and there are cabin rentals, also. The campground is relatively quiet and there are many sites along the river with great views. Before you get to the camping area, be sure to stop in at a...

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    Cincinnati
    Reviewed 11 April 2013

    Watoga State Park is located in the middle of many outstanding mountain biking trails and a great place to use as a home base. The trails that we ride are free and range to over 4,000 feet in elevation with spectacular views. The Greenbrier River Trail is one of the trails that travels for about 75 miles, following the Greenbrier...

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    The park consists of 10,100 acres filled with a multitude of recreational activities including hiking, swimming, horseback riding, fishing and boating. Watoga has 34 cabins: 10 modern (8 sleep four and 2 sleep eight). 24 standard cabins (sleeps 2-6 people). Modern cabins feature forced air furnace and stone fireplace. Standard cabins are log and stone construction with natural stone fireplaces. All cabins are equipped with electric lighting, appliances, bathrooms with showers, modern kitchen with cooking utensils, dishes, flatware, bed linens and towels. Modern cabins are open year-round. Standard cabins open last weekend in April and close the fourth Monday in October. ... more   less 

    Additional Information about Watoga State Park

    Address: HC 82, Box 252, Marlinton, WV 24954
    Region: United States > West Virginia > Marlinton
    Number of rooms: 34
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    “Choose one of the older cabins, which you can find if you ask for one of the American Chestnut cabins.”
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