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West Virginia state parks and forests are for everyone: Plan your Almost Heaven accessible


We want everyone to be able to enjoy our beautiful state parks and forests. Visitors of all abilities can find accessible lodging, trails, scenic overlooks and outdoor activities here in Almost Heaven.

Lodge rooms and cabins throughout the park system have accessibility options. All you have to do is decide which part of the state you’d like to visit. All lodge parks have accessible rooms, including Chief Logan, Blackwater Falls Cacapon Resort. You’ll also find accessible cabins at parks like Lost River and Watoga.

If you’d like to get out in nature, the Spotted Salamander Trail at Kanawha State Forest features braille interpretive nature stations around the paved loop course. 
Anglers will want to check out the Class Q fishing areas at Camp Creek State Park and Forest and the accessible piers at Beech Fork and Tomlinson Run.

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