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Dunlow - Cabwaylingo State Forest

4279 Cabwaylingo Park Road
304-385-4255

Cabwaylingo State Forest is located on 8,123 heavily forested acres in the heart of Southern West Virginia in Wayne County. Built largely in the 1930's, the forest gets its unique name from the four surrounding counties:CABell, WAYne, LINcoln, MinGO.

Cabwaylingo State Forest is steeped in the history of the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930's and 1940's. The CCC camps including Cabwaylingo, were established to rebuild forested acres which in turn marks the beginnings of the West Virginia State Park system.



Reviews

Christina Shannon

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Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017
I love Cabwaylingo its perfect for a get away and the Mountains are beautiful to walk my daughter loves to play on all the play ground equipment and to wade the streams it is beyond refreshing and so much fun perfect place to go and relax love love love it

Vicki Jones

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Thursday, June 8, 2017
Best place EVER to spend time getting back to your roots. Layed back, quiet atmosphere of a lush and beautiful forest where you and your loved ones can disconnect from the hustle and bustle of ordinary, everyday life and get connected to nature by taking a jogging trail through the forest, or hike to one of the many covered log pavilions with gorgeous stone fireplaces. Fishing, swimming, camping sites, cabins, games are also available

Kristina Porter

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Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017
I grew up at this park when I was a kid. Its my hometown park.

Connie Hastings

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Friday, Sep. 30, 2016
TAKE YOUR OWN LINEN! We started in cabin 8, Pubic hair in the bed sheets and stained towels. What once was white is now dingy brown. Slept on air mattress that night. Decided the next morning to go buy bed sheets and while stripping the bed a SNAKE fell on my foot!! Moved to cabin 11 Much cleaner cabin, (towels and bed sheets still gross)

Miranda Senters

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Saturday, June 3, 2017
My kids went for 4H camp. They loved except that the pool was closed.

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