Watoga State Park


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Watoga State Park


Location:Off US 219 at Hillsboro.
Facilities:88 standard campsites (50 with electrical hookups), 12 primitive campsites, 10 deluxe cabins, 24 standard cabins, picnic areas, restaurant (seasonal), trails, swimming pool, bathhouses, boat rentals, stables, arboretum, recreation building, lookout tower, game courts, playgrounds, museum, camp store, gift shop.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, tennis, cross-country skiing, nature and recreation program (seasonal).
Special Features:West Virginia's largest state park, Watoga is located in the Appalachian highlands along the state's eastern border. The park's unusual name is derived from the Cherokee word "watauga," which means "the river of islands."
Address:HC 82, Box 252
Marlinton, WV 24954

Phone:304-799-4087
Web: www.watoga.com
Size: 10,100 acres.

See other parks in West Virginia.