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Niday Place State Forest is a Virginia state forest located on John's Creek Mountain in Craig County. 254 acres (1.03 km2) in size, it is a wildlife sanctuary and is used as an outdoor laboratory; it contains mainly mountain hardwoods. It is managed by Appomattox-Buckingham and Cumberland State Forests. Land for the state forest was donated by Anne H. Cutler of Williamsburg, Virginia.
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