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Kanawha State Forest

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Kanawha State Forest is a 9,300-acre (37.6 km2) recreation area located near the community of Loudendale, West Virginia, which is about 7 miles (11 km) from downtown Charleston, West Virginia, United States. It is managed by the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources.

While still classified as a "state forest", the West Virginia Legislature has directed that the facility be managed as a state park.

The Davis Creek Road entrance to Kanawha State Forest is located at 38°16′53″N 81°38′30″W (38.28133, -81.64169).

Recreational facilities include overnight camping, picnicking, hiking, a public shooting-range, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and a swimming pool and playground. Several geocaches are located in the forest.



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Park Gates open between Sunrise and Sunset.
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This location was created on 2013-12-10 by Jacob Jones .   It was last updated on 2014-05-22 by Daniel Egnatoff .

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