Watters Smith Memorial State Park


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Watters Smith Memorial State Park


Location:North central part of the state, off I-79.
Facilities:Picnic areas, snack bar, hiking trails, biking trails, swimming pool, museums, historic site, activity building with meeting rooms, stables, game courts, playgrounds, gift shop.
Activities:Swimming, hiking, biking, horseback riding, guided tours (seasonal).
Special Features:The heritage of early West Virginia is preserved in this pioneer homestead restoration, which includes a museum with early farm artifacts, a restored log cabin, and the 1876 Smith family home, which has been restored as a museum.
Address:PO Box 296
Lost Creek, WV 26385

Phone:304-745-3081
Web: www.watterssmithstatepark.com
Size: 532 acres.

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Author Amber Elmore grew up on Watters Smith Memorial State Park in West Milford, West Virginia, where her father was park superintendent.