The National Conservation Training Center’s 530 acres of fields, forest and river frontage makes it an excellent location for bird watching all year round. A NCTC bird checklist and binoculars are available to guests at the Front Desk.
Fishing is available along the Potomac River. West Virginia Fishing Licenses, including those for one or more days at time, can be purchased over the Internet at https://www.wvfish.com/. The Front Desk has further information, and offers free use of quality fishing rods and lures. Nearby...
We are looking forward to the start of the twentieth annual managed deer hunt at the National Conservation Training Center this fall. Letters have been mailed to all applicants regarding selection for hunts. Only hunters who receive a letter may hunt....
There are several walking trails of varying lengths throughout the campus. NCTC's walking trail guide, color-coded by trail and length are available at the Front Desk. See list of trails you can hike on.
Photography is welcomed! Take time to walk around campus to capture our beautiful landscapes, wildlife, and plants.
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