Seneca Rocks State Park, Seneca Rocks, West Virginia, USA

The Seneca Rocks are a majestic rock formation in eastern West Virginia that towers almost 900 feet above the North Fork River. A Mountain State landmark, the white-gray Tuscarora quartzite formations are a favorite challenge of rock climbers and part of Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area in the Monongahela National Forest.

Two West Virginia state parks are within 35 miles of Seneca Rocks, and three others are approximately 50 miles away. Oldest of West Virginia’s state forests, Seneca borders the beautiful Greenbrier River in Pocahontas County. The forest offers pioneer guest cabins; a four(4) acre lake for trout, bass and bluegill fishing; a small campground and 11,684 acres of lush woodlands for hiking, hunting or communing with nature.

The lake and forest are named after the Indian tribe which once roamed the area. Seneca’s large size and modest development make it a great place to find peace and solitude.

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