Tygart Lake State Park, Tunnelton

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Tygart Lake State Park, Tunnelton - Address

Address: 1240 Paul E. Malone Rd, Grafton, WV 26354, United States

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Tygart Lake State Park sits on 391 acres (1.58 km²) along the shores of Tygart Lake in Taylor County near Grafton, West Virginia, United States.

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Overview of Tygart Lake State Park

Welcome to the page of Tygart Lake State Park. This is a place of interest in the city of Tunnelton in United States. Tygart Lake State Park is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

Tygart Lake State Park is generally not available on the guided Tunnelton tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.

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  • Had a great time as usual. Not as expensive as the other campgrounds, but there is no running water or toilets/showers. Nice camp sites, generously sized. We did notice only very few site had a fire ring, hopefully they'll be replacing them soon.

  • From our wedding at the gazebo and reception at the pavilions to the lodging at the cabins couldn't have been more wonderful! The staff is friendly and helpful and very accommodating! Thank you all for a perfect celebration!

  • Gorgeous view of the lake from the lodge. It's a very serene and peaceful place. Also, the breakfast here was delicious. Staff was friendly and personable.

  • Very clean and well kept state park. Peaceful and serene. Level road excellent for walking or bicycling.

  • Nice quiet place to boat, walk, or hike. Good picnic areas. Swimming is no longer allowed from the shore 😢. Only in tiny swim area below tons of steps 😰

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