Some folks think West Virginia should be one giant national park, a natural playground for kids of all ages. In a way, it is. Eighty percent of the state is forested. Almost a million acres in the Potomac Highlands lie within the Monongahela National Forest. The state has more than 1.6 million acres of state and national park lands, forests, and wildlife refuges with great opportunities for camping, hiking and other pursuits. Visit West Virginia and experience for yourself the wild and wonderful natural resources that people living here experience every day.
Visit a West Virginia State Park or Forest
Make your lodge and resort park reservations online
or choose a simpler style of lodging in a cabin
And if you need a gift, order a state park gift card online