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The Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area is composed of two sections within the Monongahela National Forest. The larger Seneca Rocks unit is especially noted for rugged terrain and white-water boating during high flows in spring and rock-climbing opportunities. Camping, fishing and hiking are popular during spring and summer. Hunting is permitted in season. Cross-country skiers prefer the higher elevations in the Spruce Knob unit, where trails are plentiful. For further information, phone (304) 567-2827 for Seneca Rocks Discovery Center or (304) 257-4488 for the Potomac Ranger District office.
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