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Day 1

Start your trip at the West Virginia State Wildlife Center. There you will see a wide variety of state animals as you walk along a forest trail through the natural wildlife habitat. The admission fee is small. You can go to the picnic area for lunch and while there be entertained by fish in the center’s pond. Have a campout or bunk down in a cabin at Audra State Park or Holly River State Park.

Day 2
kids playing ballDepending on which park you decide to stay at, many outdoor activities are available. For the ultimate sports fans, some parks include facilities for volleyball, softball, tennis, badminton, croquet, horseshoes, shuffleboard and basketball court rentals. If it gets hot, you can go tubing or boating. Swimming is available in the natural rivers or a pool. Hiking, biking, fishing and bridle trails are also available.

Day 3
Make the last day of your trip an unforgettable one at Stonewall Resort State Park. The resort features a lake with 82 miles of shoreline where you can take a scenic boat ride or participate in some water sports.


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