Seneca State Forest Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This campground is situated in the state’s oldest “state forest,” a nicely secluded location with the Greenbrier River running along its boundary. The forest itself covers more than 11,600 acres and is considered one of the largest in the state.
Swimming is allowed in the river, but use caution. There is also Seneca Lake, which covers four acres and provides fishing for bass, bluegill, and trout. Hikers have 23 miles of trails to explore, which lead through the forest and are often challenging. One trail is an exercise trail featuring exercise stations and suitable for walking and jogging. And for cyclists, there are more than 40 miles of trails.
One of the campsites is wheelchair accessible."