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.
The fire tower at Seneca State Forest is almost ready!
Be the first person to stay overnight in this unique accommodation. How? Register to win by clicking here and submitting a little information. We'll collect all entries and give that information to an independent group which will use a computer program for a random name selection.
A winner will be contacted via email June 15, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Winners name and state only will post on the same day by 4:00 p.m. on Seneca State Forest website home page. If you are the winner, you and up to three guests can be the first occupant of the Tower on June 20, 2015, or elect to receive a Tower Stay at a later date, as available. There is no purchase necessary to enter contest. People entering this contest should be 18 years of age or older.
Good luck and thanks for your interest in Seneca State Forest and West Virginia State Parks.
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