The Number One State Park In WV - Watoga is heaven on earth. Lived on the park as a child, father superintendent, worked at Watoga during my college years. I now take my grandchildren there, so many wonderful memories. My husband and I took a trip to Watoga yesterday. The weather was perfect and everything was beautiful. We need to go for a few days in the fall. We love to walk in the woods and build a big fire in the fireplace and chili in the crockpot. That is living!!!!
- We loved the park along with our two Westies. They loved walking thru the leaves. A great place for a great walk, and the overlook is out of this world. Was their 60 yrs ago, sorry I never went back sooner, plan on going back.
Wow! Simply amazing - The many views of the river are some of the best in the state. You will want to come again and again. Great trails that are not too hard. EZ to get to. Put this place on your bucket list!
Something for everyone! - Nestled in the woods near Summersville lake is a hidden history gem. There are several trails, a couple of overlooks, lots of historical settings with discriptions, a neat little cottage with very friendly staff. The restrooms were emaculate, the playground perfect. They have park benches, picnic tables, shelters you may rent, and a paved road to run, or ride your bike. It is gorgeous with lots of wildlife!!
- We stayed last fall on Oct 1st in the cabins and had the best time, wood fire place was nice but the nights got cold and had to keep feeding the fire. Make sure if you stay in the fall you bring in lots of wood and bring an extra electric heater and blankets. Every thing was nice and clean and we enjoyed it so much.
We are luxury, dog friendly cabins located in Fayette County minutes from the New and Gauley Rivers. Each cabin has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, complete kitchens, washer and dryers, gas fireplaces, an outdoor 6-person hot tubs, gas grill, and a private fenced yard with a fire ring and benches.