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North Bend State Park, Cairo

(4.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
North Bend State Park sits on along the North Fork of the Hughes River in Ritchie County near Cairo, West Virginia. The park is named after the sharp bend in the river that the formed three sides of the original park boundary. The North Bend Rail Trail, a 72-mile (116 km) hiking and biking corridor, is also managed as a unit of the park. A new 305 acre (1.23 kmĀ²) lake was recently added to the park.Features 29 room Lodge 9 cabins 49 campsites gift shop Swimming pool Miniature golf Hiking trails Fishing Boating Boating rental Picnic area Basketball court North Bend Rail Trail North Bend LakeAccessibilityAccessibility for the disabled was assessed by West Virginia University. The assessment found the campground, picnic area, fishing area, and swimming pool to be accessible. The 2005 assessment found issues with access to the lodge, handrails, emergency exits at the lodge and signage in the lodge parking lot.
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  • We have been going to this park for many years. It has something for everyone. Camping, Cabins, Restaurant, Picnics, and Pool.  more »
  • North Bend State Park is a great place to stay. The cabins are comfortable and clean and prices reasonable. There are hiking and biking trails, fishing, swimming, kayaking and canoeing on the Hughes R...  more »
  • We walked on the Rail Trail and boated on North Bend Lake - both very interesting. There are bike and boat rentals during warmer months, or bring your own. The lake has lots of dead trees and stumps, ...  more »
  • We have gone to use the pool, several times with our little ones. The lifeguards are great, they allow your children to have fun, while maintaining safety at all times. They do require Coast Guard approved life vests, however they do provide loaners. There is little shade, but the baby pool area offers areas for the young and old to maintain their "coolness" while children play. Concessions are available at a reasonable cost. We will continue to go there. We LOVE it! Thanks!
  • We were not at the lodge for any other reason than to park as my family decided to take the day and go hiking yesterday. The park is so well-maintained, absolutely beautiful and the added bonus is that it is pet friendly! Nobody looks twice at our Pitbull and we felt very comfortable there.
  • Great place for campers. Many activities for adults and children. Trails to walk two old train tunnels one is supposed be haunted. Fishing and boating. Swimming and so much more.
  • I always come here for family reunions. Never been disappointed. The staff is always really nice and goes out of their way to get people involved with park activities. The rooms are a little tight and the food is nothing special but overall a positive.
  • One Of The Most Reasonable State Parks I've Been To With Good Food And Nice Cabins