Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Davis

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Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge (CVNWR) in Tucker County, West Virginia, was the 500th National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) to be established in the United States. The refuge preserves a moist valley with unique wetlands and uplands at a relatively high elevation in the Allegheny Mountains. It is administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS).
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  • Main building was closed due to COVID-19, but we were still able to hike the trails in the area. Well maintained. We particularly enjoyed the elevated walkway through the marsh. We were able to...  more »
  • Really nice loop hike - easy with little elevation change. The hike offered a variety of different forest settings - from bogs, to hardwood stands, beautiful moss covered rocks, open rocks and...  more »
  • Beautiful scenery and nice walking and hiking trails.
  • Friendly staff at refuge office. Very helpful.

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