Kumbrabow State Forest

219/16 Kumbrabow Forest Road, Huttonsville, WV 26273

Located on top of Rich Mountain along the western edge of the Allegheny Highlands, Kumbrabow State Forest in Randolph County is West Virginia’s highest forest. Kumbrabow is used for recreation, watershed protection, commercial forestry, and wildlife management. It is an attractive destination for hunters and anglers. With a proper license, hunters may aim for deer, bear, turkey, bobcat, and ruffed grouse. There is also a public shooting range available within the State Forest. Enjoy mountain biking and hiking in a haven for nature lovers.

Kumbrabow State Forest features six completely furnished pioneer cabins, open from April to the first week of December. The cabins are equipped with cooking utensils, dishes, flatware, bed linens, towels, and outdoor charcoal grills. Kumbrabow State Forest’s Mill Creek Campground offers 13 sites in pristine settings near patches of rhododendron and a native brook trout stream. RV’s longer than 20 feet may experience difficulty on the narrow road.

Change pace and enjoy a picnic at one of the forest’s picnic sites, equipped with tables, fireplaces, drinking water and toilet facilities. Playground equipment is located in the picnic area for the little ones to enjoy. Reserve a campsite with West Virginia State Parks and prepare for relaxation!