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We parked our RV out on one of the campground fingers and had water on 3 sides of us. Swimming was available just adjacent to our side. Lots of kayakers making river runs from the other side of the dam. Another Corps of Engineers gem!
All sites seem to have 20/30/50 amp electrical options.
Camp Holly is a beautiful campground in the mountains of West Virginia.. Off grid but they do offer Wifi.
You can choose between hammock, tent, cabin or RV camping, I would recommend tenting it down by the beautiful rivers. The owners are super sweet and more than accommodating.
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We stayed at Wilderness Adventure for one night in “The Meadow”. We stayed a Saturday night and got to enjoy live music, and tasty beers! The staff was incredibly hospitable, and the grounds were so fun to explore. If you’re up for a fun hike, take the Outerspace trail up to “The Bluff” and enjoy…
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Stayed here on a whim after hiking up to McAfee Knob. Showed up right at 10pm and luckily found an empty spot. Got a fire going and made some dinner. Not the best privacy but at night there were no issues. Nice level gravel pads that we just pitches a mosquito pop up and slept on the ground.
Lake Moomaw is nice though it has the distinctive bathtub ring of a reservoir. We had a “premium” campsite in loop 1 that was right off the water, which was very nice. The bathrooms in the main loop with showers were nice and clean, the pit toilet on the premium sites had a bad fly problem.
Camped out for one night, great place. Owners are real friendly, they have a store as well. The trains though! My dog did not appreciate them, but overall nice place.
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Beautiful quiet lake, not heavily trafficked. Campsite is only accessible via water, so we packed our gear up on paddle boards to get there. It’s a private little cove, sites are first come first serve, we had it to ourselves the whole night and next day. East water access, tables, fire pit,…
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We prefer state parks but had to stay here at a KOA because of availability (Labor Day Weekend). My biggest complaint with KOAs is the tightness of the sites - this one was not bad. They had concert pads for the picnic tables (loved that). But we were in the first loop and we were far from the…
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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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We camped here with our dogs for 3 nights. The campground is about 2 miles from the Babcock State Park visitor center and trails. When you enter the campground, there's a little check in station. They have maps and sell ice. There is a small loop with electrical sites, but it's absolutely not…
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Lovely campground. Not too noisy and gorgeous nature. Campsite 2 is across the path from the check in point and you are quite on display but on the other hand you have WiFi signal and are close to water and perfect distance from the campground.
Firewood and ice is available for purchase and there…
This place is really nice. Super clean bathrooms and flat platforms for tent camping. It’s a little pricey in my opinion but it’s easy to get to and close to lots of climbing.
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Very inexpensive (15 bucks for one night). Super close to new river gorge. Nice bathroom facilities, although I did not use the shower it looked decent enough. Would stay here again!
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…
We were lucky to get campsite 23, which had a tent platform high up on a boulder. The campsite was fairly quiet and cozy!
Only downsides were communal cammpfire (but we made friends anyways!) and coin operated showers for hot water.