The Spruce Knob Mountain Center (SKMC) is located 4,000’ above sea level in Pendleton County, WV. Spruce Knob, the state’s highest point at 4,863’, is a mile to the east. The local landscape is a rolling, high altitude plateau known since pre-colonial times as the “Hunting Ground.”
The SKMC borders the Monongahela National Forest to the north, east, and west and private land to the southeast. We encourage guests to explore the property and the adjacent National Forest, but we ask that you respect our neighbors by not trespassing onto their property. Private property is fenced and marked as such.
While you are enjoying SKMC and pitching in, you have the unique opportunity to separate yourself from the constraints and distractions of modern technology that often consume much of our day-to-day lives. During your stay we encourage you to immerse yourself in the natural world and to take time to notice the things that are going on in the woods and fields that surround you.