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West Virginia State Parks - Cabwaylingo State Forest The Cabwaylingo State Forest was founded in the 1930' by the Civilian Conservation Corps to restore wooded areas in southwestern Virginia. These efforts helped to establish the state parking system. The Cabwaylingo State Forest has 15 staterooms available from mid-April to the end of October. Every stateroom has a country-style stonebuilt chimney and a fully fitted fully fitted galley as well as essential household articles.

The Cabwaylingo State Forest has two campsites. Tick Ridge Campground has eight country squares. There are 11 pitches at the Fichtenbach campsite (six with electricity, showers and water). Campground bookings for West Virginia State Park are available every year from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The Cabwaylingo State Forest is an excellent place for a pick nick or a get-together.

There are several types of accommodation in the woods, all equipped with table and chairs, chimneys, potable drinks, toilets and games - ideal for big events. You can book your own pick nick shelter through the parks administration, but make sure you book in ahead as these accommodations are very much appreciated! The Ash Branch Trail starts near Cabin No. 8 and stretches as far as Perry Ridge and ends at the Long Branch area.

The Copley Trail starts near Cabin No. 7 and leads to the Tick Caves. Interesting are the cliffs, which lead over the crest. The Indian Trail begins near the group camp and ends at the site of the Tick River Fire Tower (built in 1934). The Martin Hollow Trail starts in the Doane Hollow picnic area and ends in the Martin Hollow Road.

Sleepy Hollow Path is about 1 kilometer away. The Sleepy Hollow Trail begins opposite Cabin No. 1 on the side of Sweet Water Road. He' ll connect to the Martin Ridge trail after two leagues. The Spruce Creek trail starts in the Spruce Creek Picnic Area and joins the Tick Ridge Road.

Take a trip to Beech Fork State Parks and Lake near Huntington for some recreational boat trips, angling and game viewing. The West Virginia themepark is family-owned and runs fun attractions for children and grown-ups and has a smile for everyone. Looking for more natural space than the 4,000 acre Chief Logan State park in the south of West Virginia?

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