Tygart Lake State Park

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About Tygart Lake State Park, Tunnelton

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.


Overview of Tygart Lake State Park

As you traverse the city of Tunnelton, you'll stumble upon Tygart Lake State Park. Tygart Lake State Park is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

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

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  • Our room was beautiful, with higher ceilings, nice furniture and very comfortable beds. The room was very clean and fully stocked with WV handmade soaps and shampoos, fresh clean towels and fresh clean sheets and bedding. The view from our room was breath taking. The staff was very accommodating and friendly. They went out of their way to accommodate our extra requests. We were extremely impressed. Especially since we were staying in the off season and we were still provided with exceptional service and a high quality product.

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  • Check in and check out times stink, we went to the restraint for breakfast waited over an hour to eat. We were here last year omg what a change. Going from loving the stay to it just being ok. Last time we stayed at the lodge this time we stayed in a cabin. The price for the cabins are way to high for what you get. 2 person canon 172 a night can't check in till 4 and have to be out by 10 am.

  • Huge state park with clean artificial beach. I wasn't expecting much but was pleasantly surprised when we went there. They had picnic tables along side of the beach, swimming was allowed upto 7ft deep water and they also had kayaks for rent. Less crowded and was peacful.

  • Dissapointed the website does not inform potential visitors how difficult reaching the actual beach area is. Very long walk down and back up a steep stairway. Not for anyone with knee, hip or breathing problems.

  • "Beach" and "Lake" are both just a small roped off area where you can swim almost similar to a small pool. Really laid back and nonchalant employees when speaking to the two in the cabin to get info...

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