Cabwaylingo 10

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Cabwaylingo 10 is an easy trail that starts at the Tick Ridge Campground and leads to the historic Tick Ridge Fire Tower. Built in 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, this 80-foot tower is now one of only a few remaining fire towers in West Virginia. You can no longer climb to the top of the tower, but the views from the ground are still stunning. The trail is one of the highest points in Cabwaylingo State Forest and offers excellent views of the surrounding hills and valleys. This is a great trail for any stock vehicle that wants to grab a seat at the picnic table and enjoy a delightful sunset next to a piece of West Virginia history. Cabwaylingo has two campgrounds and multiple cabins located on-site. In addition, many home rentals can be found nearby. Hatfield-McCoy Trails are open 365 days a year, from sunup to sundown. Permits are required for all operators and passengers. Additionally, all drivers and passengers must wear a helmet on the trails. This includes full-size vehicles such as Jeeps.