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Monongahela National Forest

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Monongahela National Forest

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cherrydoll wrote a review Mar. 2021
Scranton, Pennsylvania37 contributions18 helpful votes
Great for camping and hiking. You can go fishing. Good view of mountains and trees. Lovely in Fall with the leaves changing colors but I would avoid it in winter!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Seven7777 wrote a review Feb. 2021
Ball, Louisiana947 contributions334 helpful votes
Beautiful forest with amazing scenery. Plenty of views, creeks, and rocks. Lots of wildlife, tons of deer and turkeys. Gorgeous in the winter and roads were well maintained.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Cjlaub wrote a review Sep. 2020
Cleveland, Ohio36 contributions5 helpful votes
This place is beautiful and definitely away from it all. Better planning on our part would have meant that we purchased hiking books with detailed maps that we could bring with us. I was using AllTrails to select trails and gps directions, but we lot cell phone service and never made it to one of our intended hikes. We decided to leave MNF and head to Blackwater Fall State Park one morning, just so we could have marked trails and maps. The valley and falls at BSP are fantastic but the hiking is much better in MNP. The sights are beautiful and .unspoiled. Just do some research first so you know how to get to the trailheads. One you get to the trailheads, there are maps and the trails are marked. The only thing missing the trail maps is distance of hikes, so again, lesson learned- do your research. Also, beware that many of the roads leading to trailheads are unsaved, so plan your choice of vehicle accordingly.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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quilter2 wrote a review Nov. 2019
York, Pennsylvania28 contributions5 helpful votes
Really pretty views and vistas, from the highway. ALot of up and downs but really beautiful. Undisturbed wilderness.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Renee54101 wrote a review May 2019
North Smithfield, Rhode Island179 contributions23 helpful votes
If you like remote wilderness, this is the place for you. Love to see a place where nature is maintained! We stayed at the Williams River Campground-Nice, quiet and remote-Just the way we liked it!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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