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Trail
Rating
Camp Facilities
Rating
Num Sites Horse Facilities Addn'l Info
princeton
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bearmountain
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0
 
 

 
0
Mathias
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Big Ridge Campground
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20
 
 

 
10 Stall, Water, Stream
Camp Creek
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Camp Creek State Park
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30
 
 

 
15 tie-up, stream
Dunmore
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EJ's Cottages
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60
 
 

 
10
Seneca Rocks
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Monongahela Forest-LTD Vacation Cabins
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5
 
 

 
0
Cass
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Monongahela National Forest Shalimar Farm
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70
 
 

 
5 large paddocks with shelters
cass
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Monongahela National Forest Shalimar Farm
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90
 
  (Not Star Rated)  

  (Not Star Rated)  
7
Parkersburg
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Mountwood Park Horsemans Camp
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30
 
 

 
12
Arbovlae
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The Farm at Buffalo Run
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10
 
  (Not Star Rated)

  (Not Star Rated)
0 Photo
New Cumberland
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Tomlinson Run State Park
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12
 
 

  (Not Star Rated)  
0 day use only
Shinnston
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West Fork River Rail Trail
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16
 
 

 
3 Day, Stall, Water

Notes:
Human facilities codes   

Day = Day Use Only
Elect = Electric Hookups
Primitive = Primitive Camp Only
Shower = Showers Available
Toilet = Toilets Available
Water = Water Hookups
Pump = Potable Water - No Hookups

Lodging = Cabins, bunkhouse, etc.

Horse facilities codes

Day = Day Use Only
Stall = Stalls Available
Tie-up = Tie-ups Available
Water = Water
Stream = Stream or creek, check in dry weather
Rentals = Horses for hire


Difficulty rating 
 Easy
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. )
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes)
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand)
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)