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Chief Logan was a famous Ohio Native American leader who lived in the region now known as Logan County in West Virginia. A state park was established in his honor and it is one of the popular destinations in the state.

Chief Logan State Park is a 3,988-acre land that attracts many tourists from the country. One of the park?s regular features is the play ?The Aracoma Story?, a historical drama about Shawnee tribe members. The play is held every summer at the Liz Spurlock Amphitheater inside the park.

Other park attractions include a visit to the Museum in the Park, an establishment that exhibits art, history, and several collections borrowed from the West Virginia State Museum. Visitors can also partake in activities inside the Chief Logan Lodge and Conference Center such as dining, swimming and miniature golf. The park contains 25 camping sites, hiking trails, and biking routes.
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