From Elkins WV, take US 33 east 34 miles. Turn right into the campground.
From Petersburg, WV, take State Hwy 28 south 22 miles. Turn right into the campground.
From Franklin, WV, take US 33 west 24 miles. Turn left into the campground.
BOATING, CLIMBING, CAMPING, FISHING, DAY USE AREA, SWIMMING SITE
SENE,JESS JUDY,THE BIG BEND GROUP SITES,MONONGAHELA NF -FS
Seneca Shadows Campground overlooks Seneca Rocks and is surrounded by mountains on both the east and west. Hiking and nature study at Seneca Rocks are just a couple of the popular activities in the area. The North Fork South Branch Potomac River is nearby, making fishing a popular pastime.
Two local caves beckon ambitious explorers, and the 900-foot high Seneca Rocks can be viewed from most campsites.
Rock climbers and hikers adore Seneca Rocks. Both sports will take visitors to the top of the impressive rocky tops with rewarding views of the mountains and valleys beyond. The hiking trail can be accessed across the street from the Seneca Shadows Campground.
Seneca Rocks Visitor Center provides a catch-and-release fishing area, viewing platforms, educational displays and a gift shop.
Seneca Shadows is a modern campground with flush toilets, lantern posts, picnic tables and campfire rings. The large facility has a selection of walk-to tent sites, standard RV sites and tent-only group sites. Loop C has electric hookups. Firewood is available for sale on-site.
The campground sits in the river valley within the Monongahela National Forest, which extends over the north central highlands of the state, straddling many of the region’s highest peaks. Elevations range from 1,000 to 4,863 feet above sea level.
Variations in terrain and precipitation have created one of the most ecologically diverse national forests in the country.
Campers make Seneca Shadows a convenient base camp while traveling through the Potomac Highlands. Explore the scenic roadways, especially when fall colors are at their peak.