Watoga State Park
There is so much going on at and around Watoga State Park, the state’s largest, it is hard to describe it all. First, there is the natural scenery: Appalachian Mountains in their glory carved by tumbling streams and the Greenbrier River, a clear valley stream along which runs the famed Greenbrier River Trail. Add all the birds, mammals, and fish that call such settings home. The adjacent Calvin Price State Forest essentially doubles the size of the area. Then there are the recreation opportunities: hiking, horseback riding, swimming, tubing, mountain biking, fishing, nature programs, and organized sports on several game courts. There are educational opportunities, too. You can check out a little park history at the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum. Or learn about trees at the Brooks Arboretum. Three camping areas complete the Watoga picture. There are two separate campgrounds and one more primitive camping area. They offer different yet quality camping experiences where any camper would be proud to pitch a tent.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Campsites||30 electric sites, 58 nonelectric sites; Fee $16 per night electric, $11 per night nonelectric, $5 p|
|Season||Open April 1 through November 30|
|Camp Elevation||2,100 ft|
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