Cumberland State Forest
Cumberland State Forest is a Virginia state forest located in the piedmont of the state, in Cumberland County. The 16,233-acre (65.69 km2) forest borders the Willis River. Within its confines may be found Bear Creek Lake State Park and a small family cemetery containing the grave of Charles Irving Thornton; the grave marker, with its inscription by Charles Dickens, is on the National Register of Historic Places.
|Cumberland State Forest|
Entrance of Cumberland State Forest
|Location||Cumberland County, Virginia, USA|
|Nearest city||Cumberland, VA|
|Governing body||Virginia Department of Forestry|