West Virginia’s Monongahela National Forest is a magical place that encompasses 921,000 acres. You’ll find a rich, varied landscape here that includes everything from thick forests, highland bogs, and barren desert slopes. Explore the Cranberry Mountain Nature Center in Richwood to explore a fairytale boardwalk that takes you right through a cranberry bog.

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Have you visited the Cranberry Mountain Nature Center? Tell our readers about your trip in the comments section! For more information about the center, visit its page on the U.S. Forest Service website.

If you’re looking for more beautiful places to explore nature in West Virginia, check out this emerald waterfall that’s too beautiful for words.

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