Cathedral State Park


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Cathedral State Park


Location:On US 50, 0.5 miles east of Aurora.
Facilities:Picnic areas (é), picnic shelters, hiking trails, ski trails.
Activities:Hiking, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing.
Special Features:The forest is West Virginia's last remaining stand of virgin hemlock and hardwoods, declared a Natural Historical Landmark in 1966.
Address:Rt 1, Box 370
Aurora, WV 26705

Phone:304-735-3771
Web: www.cathedralstatepark.com
Size: 133 acres.

See other parks in West Virginia.
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A few more miles through the beautiful Monongahela National Forest yields the Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area, Smoke Hole Caverns, Spruce Knob, Cathedral State Park and the Valley Bends Wetlands as well as two of West Virginia's most popular attractions, the historic Cass Scenic Railroad State Park and National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Greenbank.
It is located on the edge of West Virginia's Cathedral State Park in one of the few remaining stands of virgin eastern deciduous forest.