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Seneca State Forest Campground

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6 Nov 2016
“Waking up to the sunrise”
16 Jan 2016
“Fire Tower!”
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Reviewed 6 November 2016

We stayed in the fire tower, and nothing compares to waking up to the sunrise above the trees. We had a great time cooking out the night before, and we were very comfortable in the tower, even though we had quite a wind storm. Climbing...More

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Reviewed 16 January 2016 via mobile

This was one of the most amazing experiences we've ever had. The stay in the fire tower was something we'll never forget. We aren't campers at all, but we had so much fun pretending like we were! We truly woke up in the clouds, and...More

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Reviewed 17 August 2014

This places is great. We stayed in Cabin #4 I believe, right beside the lake. This place will take you back to the old days - no running water in the cabin but rather you have to go to the pump right outside the cabin....More

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Oldest of West Virginia's state forests, Seneca borders the beautiful Greenbrier River in Pocahontas County. The forest offers pioneer guest cabins; a four(4) acre lake for trout, bass and bluegill fishing; a small campground and 11,684 acres of lush woodlands for hiking, hunting or communing with nature. The lake and forest are named after the Indian tribe which once roamed the area. Seneca's large size and modest development make it a great place to find peace and solitude.
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