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West Virginia: Mountaineer Country: Outdoor Adventures
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Allegheny Trail
Morgantown, (304)296-5158
This 330-mile trail stretches from southern West Virginia to the Pennsylvania line near Coopers Rock State Forest. It passes through or near three state parks, four state forests, two designated national wilderness areas and the Monongahela, George Washington and Jefferson national forests. Trail guides available.

Alpine Lake Resort and Conference Center
Terra Alta, (800)752-7179, (304)789-2481
Four-season, family-oriented resort with a 35-room lodge, 175-acre lake, restaurant, indoor pool and fitness center, golf course, tennis and miniature golf. A complete ski center during winter features lighted slopes and 10 miles of cross country trails. Rentals and lessons available.

Buffalo Lake Recreational Area
Clarksburg, (304)745-4000
You'll find trout, bass and catfish in the 55-acre lake. Also: swimming area, trolling motor rentals, paddleboats and aqua cycles, picnic shelters and play areas.

Cathedral State Park
Aurora, (304)735-3771
132 acres of centuries-old virgin hemlock and hardwoods. Hiking and cross country ski trails, picnic areas.

Cheat Lake
Morgantown, Edgewater Marina,
1,730-acre lake offers canoe, pontoon, power boat and ski boat rentals; docking and launching facilities; food services.

Chestnut Ridge Park
Bruceton Mills, (304)594-1773,
Cabins, camping, Klaer Lodge, reunion facilities, picnicking, playground, lake swimming, sledding and cross country ski trails.

Coopers Rock State Forest
Bruceton Mills, (304)594-1561
The state's largest forest (12,700 acres) offers scenic overlooks, 25 campsites with electricity, fishing, hunting, picnicking, playground, hiking trails, cross country ski trails, souvenir shop, and the Henry Clay Iron Furnace. I-68 Exit 15, follow signs.

Lakeview Resort and Conference Center
Morgantown, (304)594-1111,
(800)624-8300, (800)CALL WVA
Two championship golf courses, 187 guest rooms, luxury two bedroom condominiums, fitness and sports center, indoor and outdoor pools, fine dining overlooking scenic Cheat Lake. I-68 next to Cheat Lake, follow signs.

Fairmont, (304)363-7037
Walk, jog or bike 2.5 miles from Pricketts Fort State Park to downtown Fairmont, including a trip through a lighted tunnel. The "MC" is for "Marion County."

North Bend Rail Trail
Harrisville, (304)643-2931,
Passing westward to North Bend State Park through several quaint towns, this scenic, 72-mile trail is suited to hiking, biking and horseback riding, and is part of the coast to coast American Discovery Trail. Its 10 tunnels helped it earn the ranking of one of the top rail trails in the mid-Atlantic.

Pleasant Creek Wildlife Management Area
Philippi, (304)457-5144
Camping, hiking and fishing on 3,373 acres.

Teter Creek Lake Wildlife
Management Area
Belington, (304)457-5144
Fishing, camping, hiking, boat rentals, play areas within this 136-acre recreational area.

Tygart Lake State Park
Grafton, (304)265-2320, (800)CALL WVA
The lake stretches 11 miles, offering boating, swimming, fishing and scuba diving. The Williams Marina provides boat rentals and a concessions stand. Park facilities include 20-room lodge, restaurant, 10 deluxe cabins, 40 campsites (14 with electric, 16 for RVs), nearby golf course, game courts, gift shop, playground, hiking trails.

Valley Falls State Park
Fairmont, (304)367-2719
A 1,145-acre day park with fishing, picnicking, whitewater rafting, and 18 miles of hiking, mountain bike trails.

Veterans Memorial Park
Clarksburg, (304)624-1655
A 50-meter pool and waterslide, 18-hole miniature golf course, fitness trail, lighted tennis and basketball courts, volleyball court and picnic shelters with grills are features of this 50-acre park. Call the same number for information about other city parks.

Watters Smith Memorial State Park
Lost Creek, (304)745-3081
19th-century farm museum includes blacksmith's shop, barn and smokehouse. Hiking, swimming and picnicking.

Wave Tek Pool/Water Slide and East Marion Park
Fairmont, (304)363-7037
32-acre park offers wave pool and water slide, tennis, jogging trails, miniature golf, picnicking, and more. I-79 Exit 135, follow signs.

West Fork River Rail Trail
Fairmont to Shinnston, (304)363-7037, 592-0177
This 16-mile rail trail runs beside the West Fork River in places.

Whitewater Rafting
Throughout area, (800)CALL WVA; or Appalachian Wildwaters, Rowlesburg, (800)624-8060, (304)454-2775; Cheat River Outfitters, Albright, (304)329-2024; Laurel Highlands River Tours, (800)472-3846; Mountain Streams Inc., (800)245-4090; White Water Adventurers, (800)WWA RAFT.
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