What are some state parks in West Virginia?


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State parks in West Virginia include Babcock, Blackwater Falls, Cass Scenic Railroad and Seneca State Forest. Other parks include Stonewall Resort, Panther WMA, Droop Mountain Battlefield and Prickett's Fort.

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At Babcock State Park, visitors can camp, picnic and learn about the Glade Creek Grist Mill. Blackwater Falls features an impressive waterway that plunges down a five-story waterfall and along an eight-mile gorge. At Cass Scenic Railroad, visitors can take train rides and view the world's largest collection of operational steam locomotives. Seneca State Forest, Stonewall Resort and Panther WMA all feature camping, hiking and fishing. Droop Mountain Battlefield and Prickett's Fort are of historical interest.

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