Coonskin Park offered a 125-foot vertical with one rope tow.
In 1993, the twelth edition of “Lost Colorado Ski Areas,” a newsletter posted to the Internet newsgroup rec.skiing, included some details about Coonskin Park.
According to the newsletter, Coonskin Park operated until 1981. The ski area was located in Coonskin Park off of WV 114, 3 miles northeast of Charleston, West Virginia. The base elevation was 725 feet and the peak elevation was 850 feet. In addition to skiing off the rope tow, the area offered ice skating, sledding, and tobogganing.