Monongahela National Forest

Overview

The gate of the Stuart Recreation Area welcomes visitors to leisure on the Monongahela National Forest.   The Monongahela National Forest is a recreation destination and major tourism attraction. The extensive backwoods road and trail system is available for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. There are many miles of railroad grades that are a link in the recreation use of the forest. Recreation ranges from self-reliant treks in the wildernesses and backcountry areas to the challenges of mountain climbing to traditional developed site camping. Hunting, fishing, and wildlife viewing are also popular uses. The national importance of the recreation resource of the Monongahela has been recognized through the designation of the Spruce Knob – Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area (NRA), the first NRA in the Forest Service, National Scenic Byway status for the Highland Scenic Highway, and eight Wilderness Areas. 

Campgrounds inside of Monongahela National Forest

Campground Notification Rate
Horseshoe Recreation Area
Monongahela National Forest
Stuart Recreation Area
Monongahela National Forest
Blue Bend Rec Area
Monongahela National Forest
Lake Sherwood
Monongahela National Forest
Big Bend (Wv)
Monongahela National Forest
Seneca Shadows
Monongahela National Forest
Blue Meadow
Monongahela National Forest
Middle Mountain Cabins
Monongahela National Forest
Jess Judy
Monongahela National Forest
Gatewood Group
Monongahela National Forest
Spruce Knob Lake
Monongahela National Forest
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