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We visited during the off season, November. It was fairly empty, which was nice. The biggest, and really only complaint, is that the sites were pretty un-level for being paved. The bathhouse was very nice... and I think the floors may have been heated?
We stayed at a full hookup site,…
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Electric hookup only Shower and restroom facility provided very clean and orderly campsite also very clean
The St. Albans roadside park is for pull behind campers only. No tents allowed. About 6-7 sites for campers. You are literally about 20 yards from the main road, which is the only negative thing with road noise. On the other side is the kanawha river. Each site has a fire pit and…
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The campground was very rustic. Everything you want to see is nearby. I was their 2020 in August. The water was not drinkable. They have a gem 💎 but need to upgrade.
Moxley is our favorite place to camp at beech fork. If you have kids it’s a great place for them also! Very clean bath houses and great people.
We had read about the quietness of Forked Run and it was we had a loop all to ourselves and only about 15 campers in the whole campground,
It was very clean and the areas coming into the campground beautifully maintained, but once we got to our campsite it was covered in trash, cigarette butts,…
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We love Lake Hope. Many trails to hike. The lake is beautiful and there is a very nice lodge for meals. They offer paddle board, kayak and other rentals which was a blast.
Paved, well maintained sites but a bit close together. Don’t expect privacy if it’s booked. Reservations close 4 days prior, after that it’s first come, first serve. However, surprisingly very quiet during my visit. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring with grill, and water & electric…
This campground seems more geared towards small campers and cabin stays. Though tent sites are on site. It's located right off rt. 35. They have a campground office as well as a good shower house.
First the good... Park was clean, employees are very helpful. You can get a spot right next to the lake. Now the bad... Not much at the camp store. Verizon service is non-existent. The WiFi only works when you get within a few feet of the office.
It's a nice little campground on a hill. Right beside the area for camping is the parking lot where you can put in boats into O'brien Lake. There seems to be an abundance of deer in the area. sites have water and electric.
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We’ve stayed twice at this campground and have had a great time both times. It’s located very close to Hocking Hills State Park. Some of the tent sites are on an incline, but the RV site we had (site 24) was very spacious. There’s a a nice pool and nature trails. There’s even a trail to Ash cave…
I drove to the campgrounds but didn't stay. It was too muddy, it's a dirt road. I was nervous about getting stuck, and that was without my trailer attached. It's also too expensive for what's there. You can fish but nothing else to do there.
The good... peaceful, nice lake with some spots next to the lake.
The bad... not much of a camp store, the wifi is horrible, no Verizon service.
Good for families wanting a quiet vacation. Didn't find much to do in the area though.