- TripBuzz found 16 things to do with kids in or near Seneca Rocks, West Virginia, including 11 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Davis, Riverton, Seneca Falls and Elkins.
- From Yokum's Seneca Rocks Stables to Seneca Rocks State Park, the Seneca Rocks area offers 48 different types of family activities, including: Rock Climbing, Caverns & Caves, National & State Parks and Visitor Centers.
- Famous for being home to the Seneca Rocks mountain landmark, the city of Seneca Rocks is in northeast Virginia in the states Pendleton County. The area is a rural natural community and is located where Seneca Creek meets the North Fork South Branch Potomac River. The area offers breathtaking views of the crag and the valley from within the natural park.
Made of white/gray Tuscarora quartzite, the peak of Seneca Rocks is only accessible by skilled technical rock climbers. The Seneca Rocks State Forest is located within the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area that offers a discovery center and other climbs, and is part of the larger Monongahela Nat…
Seneca Rocks Climbing School offers professionally-led climbing trips as well as lessons conducted both on the rocks and on indoor equipment. The school welcomes climbers of all ability and experience levels.
Recorded history says the Seneca Indians who used the cavern to smoke meat first used the Smoke Hole Caverns, and later, during the Civil War, the cavern was used to make whiskey. Today, visitors can tour the cavern.
During summer weekends, visitors to the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center can attend hands on demonstrations taught by Appalachian crafters and artisans, listen to mountain music, and see living history events. The center is also popular with picnickers.
Spruce Knob at Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area is the highest peak in West Virginia. Rock climbers often climb the peak, and the recreation area is important in history because it was the first national recreation area in the United States.
Canaan Resort is located in the highest mountain valley east of the Rocky Mountains. The resort is popular for skiing and tubing in the winter with 160 inches average snowfall, and the Bird Fest brings many visitors in May and June.