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Just stayed for one night passing through and we were sad we couldn't stay longer. Sites are big and spread out. It's quiet. Walking trails all over. We had site 19 which is one of the few pull thrus. We have a triple axl, had plenty of room and the site is wooded. Only downside for longer term…
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.
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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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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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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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 was our first time staying here. The sites were level and spaced out pretty well. We were at site 12, which is close to the main road. Surprisingly there was not a lot of road noise. Firewood is for sale on-site and you get a good bang for your buck. We look forward to coming back again…
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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Spent two nights here, with a full hook up on the edge of the New River. From bumper of my TT to the river was about 30ft. Shade trees and a light morning mist on the river made a beautiful sunrise.
Note, the drive from Rt 19 to the campground is 8% grades both uphill and down, with twists,…
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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.
We stayed in Meador site 14, which was the furthest away from the bath house (still only maybe 150 yards), but it was on the water & was the most secluded (just meaning it's at the end of the row not between other spots). It was freshly mowed, had a fire ring, picnic table, & was right on…
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.
I stayed in 3 of the free campgrounds around & this one was my favorite. There was a sink w running water in the bathrooms down by the dam. I expected the campsites to feel cramped but they are set up so that you park your car next to your site, & that gives a lot of privacy. Fire rings…