Doddridge County Park, located in West Union, West Virginia, is a non-profit county-operated park system with the purpose to provide outdoor use and recreation. The park was established in 1972 when 57 acres of land were purchased from the Starr Family.
The Park is a unique collaboration between the Doddridge County Parks & Recreation Commission and the Doddridge County 4-H. The 4-H Camp was located in Smithburg but was purchased by the Department of Highways in the late 1960’s. The Camp was located in the way of the development of US Route 50. Since the DCPRC was looking for land to establish a county park and the 4-H was looking to reestablish a camp the two groups joined together to purchase the land and develop a park/4-H camp.