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First we weren't allowed to bring pool noodles or inflatables for the kids. The water was muddy and what little bit of sand was on the beach was dirty. We weren't allowed to bring food at all and not even bottled water on the beach....More
Just got back from a long weekend at Tygart Lake State Park and Lodge. Our first time there but definitely not our last. From our first contact making reservations in the lodge to checkout we found the nicest and most helpful park employees. We went...More
Tygart Lake State Park Campground has electric sites but no full RV hookup sites. There is a water pump to fill your RV and an RV dump station in the park. Bathhouse and shower facilities nearby. Sites are narrow but have a fire ring and...More
We like to stay at State parks over Thanksgiving since we are away from our family. The cabin was pretty much the same as others and we liked it...We were disappointed to discover that the restaurant that was there when we booked was not when...More
My husband and I decided to change things up and travel Old Route 50 to D.C. for the weekend knowing Tygart Lake would be the last chance for lodging that evening. The lodge is lake front with beautiful views of the lake, the front desk...More
US$ 83 - US$ 124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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