The main features of Douthat State Park in western Virginia have changed very little in the decades since it's founding. The central feature is a lake surrounded by mountains. There's beaches, boating and a lakeside restaurant. Miles of good hiking trails lead you through the forest and to the mountaintops. Fully furnished log cabins can be rented at a reasonable rate, and you can bring your pets. This is one place where the sum of the whole is really greater than the individual parts. If you're looking for great hiking in a classic state park, little changed from the 1930s, you'll be happy at Douthat.
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