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 laundry. There’s a dishwashing sink outside. It was quiet when I was there in April, but not fully occupied.
There’s a pond for fishing and/or swimming and boat rentals are available. There’s also a playground. There are miles of trails for hiking and biking. Large open field nearby gives you a great view of the sky for stargazing.
The campground is a quick run over to Grandview Point at New River Gorge to catch sunrise over the horseshoe bend or to walk trails there. It’s within 30-50 minutes of many of the interesting spots along the New River Gorge; take a hike, raft the river, or ride a bike. Also in the area is the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine which will give you a good introduction to the history of the area and is a nice complement to some of the mining remnants you’ll see in the New River Gorge National Park.