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Checked into this wonderful State Park in Beaver, W VA. Close to New River Gorge National Park.
Big sites with water and electricity, dump station on premise.
Just overnight and heading north
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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.
Arrowhead bike farm is a great place to camp. It’s not super private so if that’s what your looking for then definitely don’t come here. But it is a great place. They have a big field for you to set up tents on along with RV camping areas and a place with individual sites in the back. It’s also a…
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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Deep into the New River Gorge, this location puts you right up to the river in question. With nearby hikes and an abandoned mining town (with visitor center!) just down the road, and for free, no less, this location is absolutely amazing.
Showed up Saturday evening and was able to get a great spot with a view of the river.
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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.
Was okay, didn't end up staying due to limited spots available. Close to water, sites are wooded. There are 10 drive up sites and 6 walk in sites.
This was one of the best place to spend a long weekend with your Friends & Family. We booked cabin for group of 8 people, and room was pretty good enough for all of the members. They have plenty of activities to do including River Rafting. New River Gorge bridge was amazing specially Long point…
I would hands-down stay here again. I even considered asking if they needed some seasonal help!
I needed a place close to the town and gorge for a basecamp.
The fact that they had reliable WiFi throughout the park was a huge bonus for a remote worker.
The staff was friendly, helpful, and the…
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Ole' Henry's has a very nice setup with a Giovannis pizza restaurant and camp store on site. It is privately owned and the owners are very nice. Vicky and her family run it with some workers that make it very nice. The showers stalls can accommodate about 7-8 people at a time in the men's and…
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This campground really is made for everyone camping. The sites are a good size but you can’t hVe more than one tent unless you get permission. If you have more than 2 adults you have to buy two sites because only one household per site and only one tent or RV per site. That said you can have an RV,…
The GPS led us up a gravel road with no signs for miles. Internet and cell service cut out within a mile up that road and we were not sure we were going the right way. The sights are on top of windy uphill mountain roads which we now call death mountain. Upon arriving, no one was as the visitors…
This is a beautiful, small state park with a combination of grassy and wooded sites. Some of the sites offer just water, while others offer both water and electric; none offer sewer, but there is a dump station near the check-in area. Bathhouse is clean with flush toilets, warm showers, and…
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It's hard to beat a free campsite right on the river.
Got lucky to find a site here after trying both Grandview Sandbar and Glade's Creek on the other side of the road.
No AT&T service so I only stayed two nights (gotta work during the week!).
Still, it wasn't crowded and I enjoyed evening…