Seneca Rocks

Appalachian Cabins

Rustic cabins with modern day conveniences. Family cabins with hot tubs, Honeymoon cabins with Jacuzzi tubs. Three miles north of Seneca Rocks.  3 miles north of Seneca Rocks on Rt. 28/55
www.appalachian-cabins.com

Dolly Sods Wilderness Area

The 17,371 acre Dolly Sods Wilderness in the Monongahela National Forest is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. It is located in Grant, Randolph and Tucker Counties, West Virginia. The Dolly Sods Wilderness contains much of the Red Creek drainage and contains bog and heath eco-types, more commonly typical to southern Canada. Elevations range from 2,500 to over 4,700 feet.  Dolly Sods Wilderness has 47 miles of trails, many of which follow old railroad grades and logging roads.

 Cheat-Potomac Ranger District, HC 59 Box 240, Petersburg WV 26847

www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/mnf/recarea/?recid=12366

Front Porch Restaurant

Enjoy the very casual atmosphere of the Front Porch — the food — the view! A “second-to-none” view of Seneca Rocks and surrounding Allegheny Mountains.
www.harpersoldcountrystore.com

Germany Valley Overlook Cabins

Each private log cabin offers awesome views of Germany Valley from inside  and from the deck. You will find privacy, surrounded by God’s great natural beauty.
www.germanyvalleycabins.com 

Harman’s Luxury Log Cabins

Riverside luxury log cabin with private outdoor hot tubs located on 1 ¾ miles of private trophy trout stream.  Our cabins are located in the heart of the Seneca Rocks National Recreation area.  Enjoy outdoor adventure such as ATV Wilderness Tours, Zip lines, Horseback riding, and rock climbing.
www.wvlogcabins.com

Harper’s Old Country Store

One of the oldest continuously operated family businesses in West Virginia. Built in 1902, the general store offers a unique educational experience for all ages.
www.harpersoldcountrystore.com

Hide-Away Rentals – Hideaway House and Potomac Overlook Log Cabin

We offer two cabins, completely furnished. Located above the entrance to the Smoke Hole Canyon where the South Branch of the Potomac River flows.
www.hideawayrentalswv.com

Mountain Trails

North Fork Adventures

North Fork Adventures offers year-round guided fly-fishing trips on nearly 2 miles of private trophy trout stream at Harman’s Log Cabins. North Fork Adventures is a great place to experience fly-fishing for the first time or improve your technique if your already into fly fishing!
www.wvlogcabins.com

North Fork Mountain Inn

Bed and Breakfast. Lodging and breakfast. Dinner available. Some rooms with whirlpool tubs, access to a porch and gas fireplace. Most with mountain view.
www.northforkmtninn.com

NROCKS Outdoor Adventures

NROCKS Outdoor Adventures is the premiere guided climbing center in West Virginia. NROCKS offers guided Rock Climbing, Zip-Linging and the nation’s premiere Via Ferrata.
www.NROCKS.com

Pendleton County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Whether looking for rocks to climb, places to eat, caverns to explore, unusual shopping venues or beautiful scenery, we can hlep you plan your vacation or day trip to our area.
www.visitpendleton.com

Reeds Creek Fish Hatchery

  • The Reeds Creek Fish Hatchery in Franklin, W.Va., produces trout for facilities across the state as well as stocks local streams and ponds. Reeds Creek Fish Hatchery reuses approximately 80 percent of the water used during trout breeding.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/info_8288351_list-fish-hatcheries-west-virginia.html

Seneca Caverns

Visit Seneca Caverns and take a 1-hour guided tour, then have some lunch in the acclaimed Asbury’s Restaurant. Round out your day with some gemstone mining.
www.senecacaverns.com

1-800-239-7647

Seneca Rocks Climbing School

Seneca Rocks Discovery Center – Monongahela National Forest

The Seneca Rocks Discovery Center, located at the base of Seneca Rocks, offers a majestic view of the vertical wall of Seneca Rocks. Watch rock climbers from the telescope on the outside deck, and inside there are maps, books, travel information and plenty of room to sit and relax. Enjoy a movie of the history of the area, too! Great restrooms and a good starting point to begin hikes to the top of the Rocks.
304-567-2827

Smoke Hole Caverns and Resort

AAA Diamond Attraction, featuring the World’s Largest Ribbon Stalactite and genuine Crystal Cave Coral Pool stocked with Golden Trout. Open year-round, with guided tours every 1/2 hour. Bus Tours Welcome. Easy Access. Log Cabins/Log Motel, WV’s Largest Souvenir./ Gift Shop. 13 miles north of Seneca and 8 miles South of Petersburg on Rt 55.
www.smokehole.com

Smoke Hole Outfitters of WV

www.smokehole.com

Spruce Knob – Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area and Seneca Rocks Discovery Center

Encompassing 100,000 acres, the scenic Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area (NRA) contains the highest peak in West Virginia, some of the best rock climbing on the east coast and outstanding views.  Seneca Rocks Discovery Center sits near the trail head for walkers and climbers.

For more information on the Spruce Knob – Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area please contact the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center at (304)567-2827 or the Potomac Ranger District at (304)257-4488

www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/mnf/recreation/recarea/?recid=7050

Spruce Mountain Cabins

Vacation cabin rental located on the road to Spruce Knob. We now have two cabins available.
sprucemtncabins.com

Yokum’s Lodging

Cabins, bunkhouses and motel rooms available in this beautiful Seneca Rocks recreation area. Reservations: 1-800-772-8342 • 304-567-2351
www.yokums.com www.yokumsvland@spruceknob.net

Yokum’s Vacationland and Grocery

Log cabins with fireplaces and hot tubs on the deck. Next to Seneca Rocks. Motel with indoor pool, kitchenettes and deli. Campground and grocery store.
www.yokums.com  yokumsvland@spruceknob.net

Yokum’s Campground

It is nestled along the North Fork of the South Branch of the Potomac River, with an amazing view of Seneca Rocks. There are water and electric hook-ups along the river
1-800-772-8342 • 304-567-2351
www.yokum.com

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