Open Year-round, This Campground Park Is Tucked Away In A Delightful West Virginia Forest
Hidden away just 10 miles east of Morgantown, West Virginia, is a park and campground surrounded by 16,000 acres of public forest. Free activities available to all at this hidden gem include fishing, picnicking, sledding, swimming, and hiking. Sound too good to be true? It’s not!
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To learn more about this fantastic park and year-round camping spot, visit Chestnut Ridge Park’s website. For advice on how to enjoy some of the 16,000 acres of forest surrounding Chestnut Ridge Park and Campground, check out our article on one fun thing to do in Coopers Rock Forest here.