Real camping in nature!

Cell service doesn’t work, electric hook ups only. This state park is beautiful and off the grid! We love hiking to the falls, swimming in the lake, visiting Misty Meadow farm and creamery, and relaxing! Camp store stocks supplies with limited hours. Bathrooms are clean, enough. Camp hosts are friendly. During peak season, there are nature programs going on.

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Nice and Quiet

we Went in 8/2014. Very empty which was perfect for us. Large, clean bathhouse. Nice sites though all gravel. There was a pool at the campground but not much else to do. We visited the caverns which were nice and you get a discount for staying at he campground. While there, we went to a little Mexican restaurant in town which was good. Also went to Natural Bridge wildlife safari and zoo, mini golf on a rainy day, and hiking on the Appalachian Trail. Nice area, close to the blue ridge Mts. I’d return.

Great for kids!

This campground receives 4 stars because it’s pricey. But otherwise it’s fabulous. We went in late April 2015, when they were just building the water slides (which is very fun!). The kids loved the playground, pedal cars, mini golf and the jumping pillow. You don’t really need to leave the campground to have fun! We went to Misty Meadow farm and creamery while there which has THE BEST ice cream. They also have a playground, petting farm, pedal cars, and sunflower fields.

Lots of golf carts

campground down a long winding road. Lots of seasonal spots and TONs of golf carts, people are permitted to bring their own. We went for a Halloween weekend. The site was easy to get in/out of but the temp in Oct was a brutal 88! For Halloween, there’s a costume contest and trick or treating, but it was pretty quiet. The price was right and the location was fairly convienient. There is hiking at the canal and a nice restaurant/ice cream parlor called Buddy Lou’s. The campground is about 20 mins from Berkley Springs WV which offers a beautiful state park and hiking! Don’t forget the Apple Butter festival in Oct!

Nice state park

great price, full hook ups, paved roads, family bathroom. This state park offered a lot of nature adventures right in your backyard. Hiking, biking, playground, sight seeing. There’s no shopping in the area (except the grocery store, dollar general and a few boutiques) but there are several parks in the area and great, unique sites. We went in Aug 2017 and the weather was lovely. Our site was full hook up with a backyard and plenty of room to roam and play!

Wonderful state park

We love going to Cunningham falls annually, however, it books up quickly during peak season! There’s a lake, boating, playgrounds, hike to the falls. So much scenery and nature. The electric “A loop” is paved so it’s great for bike riding. The bathhouse is just a short walk away. The sites are wooden but you can still see your neighbors.

beautiful location off the blue ridge

beautiful location, nice campground. not a lot of woods but lots to do including jumping pillows, paddle boats, swimming. the cabins are spacious and nice though you have to bring your own linens. the price is expensive during peak season and cabins are always expensive.

sophisticated state park

we visited in June 2017 at which time this park only had primitive sites or electric sites. the price is expensive for a state park. while the sites were a nice size, the amenities are limited by amount and by time. jumping pillow and pedal cars are only open at certain hours. there is no swimming pool or lake. this campground is very close to DC and lots of shopping and Clarksburg upscale outlets.

Quiet in the middle of nowhere

Quiet state park with limited cell reception. Truly off the map camping. Heavily wooden. Electric loop with central bathhouse. Clean with dishwashing station. Despite being booked for the Memorial Day weekend, this campground was quaint and very quiet. There was a creek behind our site, playgrounds, hiking trails, and boat rentals available within a short walk. We’ll be returning!

Great for families

Great campground for families. Large water park that goes to 3 ft. Playgrounds, dog park, canteen, mini golf, jumping pillow, laser tag, pedal cars, gem mining are just some of the amenities. Very pricey during peak season. We did the camp & store at about $50/night.

Convenient. Clean. Cozy.

Nice campground with a lot of RV and tent spots. Spotless bathrooms. Nice pool and playgrounds. Not a lot of traffic. Quiet. Friendly. Price is fair and not nearly as expensive as many other KOAs but the quality is just as good! I’ll be returning!