West Virginia boasts 27 different state parks and forests, with each one different from the last, but all of them a welcome getaway and respite from the busy world that is dragging you down. Get out in nature, get on the water, or under the shade of a tree, or relax on an historic bridge to admire the river, and you’ll get a little taste of what Tentrr at West Virginia State Parks has to offer.
Capacon Resort State Park is 6,000 acres of fun, relaxation and adventure, as you experience the best that nature has to offer, with lake activities and hiking, but also all the sophistication and elegance of a resort: vacation cabins, golf courses, restaurants, and more. Enjoy horseback riding, fishing, geocaching and more as you delight in this resort paradise.
West Virginia is the Mountain State, and there’s a reason for that. Don’t get the false outsider impression that West Virginia is nothing but coal mines: West Virginia has some of the most bucolic and scenic places for you to either rest with a good book, or get out and see what adventures you can get into. West Virginia is a state not to be missed, and must be seen to be believed.
In the shadow of the tallest peak in West Virginia, you’ll understand John Denver’s words “West Virginia, Mountain Mama, Take me home, country roads. With seven main hiking trails in the park that start with the easy, the Cabin Loop Trail through oaks, maples, pines, blueberry and dogwood, to the more moderate five-mile Ziller Loop which winds up to the top of Capacon Mountain—this is a favorite for wildlife watchers as there are always plenty of birds and deer.
No matter where you go in Capacon Resort State Park, whether you’re on the lake fishing, or in the lodge celebrating an anniversary, there will be something for everyone.