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Watogo State Park Marlinton

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Watogo State Park
HC 82
Marlinton
WV
24954
Tel: 304-799-4087

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Watoga State Park is located in the mountains of Pocahontas County just 14 miles south of Marlinton, West Virginia. The park consists of 10,100 acres filled with a multitude of recreational activities including hiking, swimming, fishing and boating. There is something for everyone to enjoy at Watoga State Park.
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    Wonderful cabins! The superintendent is a good family man as well.

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    The cabin was nice but the only heat is the fire place the the bedrooms get a little cold but still a great place to take family for some West Virginia fun.

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    Awesome place. Been going since I was a little kid for family reunions.

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    CLEAN cabins!!!!!!

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    Fantastic family campground, has a good lake, plenty a hiking trails and lots of quiet. We had a great time!

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