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The best camping in West Virginia.

With peaks in every direction, West Virginia certainly lives up to the nickname "The Mountain State."


Gauley River Wild & Woolly Primitive Campground
Gauley River Wild & Woolly Primitive Campground
Fish the Gauley.
You ever just stop to listen to water rushing over rocks??
Set up your tent with epic views of the Gauley River Valley.
Ali
Ali: My boyfriend and I scheduled a very last minute stay at the Tawney Campgrounds and our ...
The cabin easily sleeps a small family.
Gazing upon the grazing sheep.
A peaceful valley.
The Nut House at the base of Tawney Farm.
Mountains surround the the farm
Cabin provided
The Nut House
100% 5 Responses
$53/night
Scottie
Scottie: Susan and James' land is tucked away at the end of a gravel road near the Gauley River ...
With a motto like "Mountaineers are always free," camping in West Virginia is bound to be paradise for hikers, climbers, and sightseers alike. After all, a large majority of the state is part of the Appalachian Mountains, and it includes the highest peak in the entire range. At 4,861 feet, Spruce Knob is just one popular point in the Monongahela National Park, which is also Read more...
With a motto like "Mountaineers are always free," camping in West Virginia is bound to be paradise for hikers, climbers, and sightseers alike. After all, a large majority of the state is part of the Appalachian Mountains, and it includes the highest peak in the entire range. At 4,861 feet, Spruce Knob is just one popular point in the Monongahela National Park, which is also home to five designated wilderness areas, three waterfalls, and the headwaters of six major rivers of the region. The state may be best known for its wild and wonderful mountains, but campers can also enjoy features like the annual wildflower pilgrimage or a scenic drive along Midland Trail National Byway, one of the oldest in the country.
The cabin of Loafer's Glory. Up on a hill with a good view of a lot of the acres.
Jaz's first time fishing and she caught a great sized bass!
Down below the main cabin there are still remnants of the original farm owned by a German family in the 1800's
The view from the highest point of the farm is breath taking. It's a romantic place to have a sip of wine. Or even propose to your partner!
The drive in up to the main cabin.
Cabin provided
Adventures With
Adventures With : Loafers Glory is a swell destination on beautiful acres in WV. The hosts Jeff and Teres...
The Byrds Nest on the River
The Byrds Nest on the River
tent forest people
forest water
forest
Angela
Angela: We had a great late fall, cold weather camping experience at The Byrds Nest on the Rive...
Another peak you can't pass up in Monongahela National Forest is Seneca Rocks, known as the only "true peak" in the east.
Possum Farm Camp
Photo of camp site
Obligatory sign picture
Possum Farm Camp
Possum Farm Camp
Possum Farm Camp
100% 14 Responses
$30/night
Andrew
Andrew: Jennifer and her husband were awesome! They wanted to make sure I was all squared away ...
Our new garden  classroom/ pavilion complete with picnic tables and hammocks.
The entrance to our herb gardens.
Mornings here are magical*
We are your hosts: Hillary and Keir.
Fun farm truck- nuf said.
Kariina
Kariina: What a wonderful and magical space! Hillary & her husband have created a true garden of...
If you want to see the view from the water, Elk River might be your best bet, as it stretches 180 miles through thick forests.

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Riverfront Lot 89
Riverfront Lot 89
The top of the Road heading down to the campsite.
The river from up top campsite
Steps leading down to the river
Riverfront Lot 89
100% 5 Responses
$55/night
Dana
Dana: My boyfriend and I stayed here. Great place to camp with beautiful views! Everything wa...
Camping under the shade of this tree meant a perfect place to eat breakfast.
The lake, with canoes you can use! Such a fun place!!
These signs show you where to turn to get to the campground!
Pathway from the tent sites to the bathroom.
Parking area for the campsites.
Blake
Blake: This place has tons of fun stuff to do, and it's so convenient that they let you use th...
Nuttallburg, an old coal town near New River Gorge, offers visitors a peek at West Virginia's rich history of mining.
Another spectacular view.
One of our spectacular views from CB Ranch.
Views
Awesome horse back riding...
views from fields above.
cheryl
Cheryl: Our campsites are extremely private, you will have a 20-30 minute hike to get to them. ...
This beautiful cabin is a perfect getaway
Log cabin bedroom located on the second floor that the girls found very entertaining
Just roaming
Living space was comfy cozy
Second bedroom on the first floor
Cabin provided
Briarpatch
100% 1 Response
$151/night
Beth
Beth: Absolutely beautiful home away from home. Soup in the crock pot, coffee and tea at hand...
Keep your eyes out for the Virginia northern flying squirrel, as these critters frequent the West Virginia forest!
cabin forest lodging
Beautiful cabin we stayed at for the night
Hip Rustic Ravines Cabin Rentals ;)
cabin people lodging
Even by the cabins there is plenty of places to set up tents
Cabin provided
Beth
Beth: This was a great stay for my family and me. Joe and Paul were really friendly, showing ...
Wild wonderful West Virginia
Wild wonderful West Virginia
Wild wonderful West Virginia
Wild wonderful West Virginia
Wild wonderful West Virginia
Sean
Sean: Stay with Joe was good. Joe was out of town while we stayed at his property for 2 days,...
The Cranberry Glades Botanical Area is the biggest bog in West Virginia, at 750 acres.
Cacapon River in the summer.
Cacapon River in the summer.
Cacapon River in the early fall.
Aerial view of the power line access, river, and ridge line.
Aerial view of the mountains, access cut, and Cacapon River.
Jonathan
Jonathan: Pitch you tent on a wooded mountain knoll overlooking the Cacapon River surrounded by...
Compound Campgrounds
Compound Campgrounds
Compound Campgrounds
Compound Campgrounds
Compound Campgrounds
Andrew
Andrew: Unfortunately the site I booked was flooded out. But terry was very accommodating and b...
Tiny House in Summer
Comfortable Queen sized foam mattress.
The East side with sitting area and food preparation area.
Tiny Cabin on the Potomac River
A wonderful place to eat breakfast while watching nature on the river below.
Cabin provided
Richard
Richard: Relax and escape to the peace and quiet by the Potomac River, and wake to beautiful...
Our pond.
One of our campsites.
Our dirt lane leading to the pond.
Small stream leading from our camping cabin.
Small field leading down to one of our campsites and the pond.
Cacapon Hideaway.
100% 1 Response
$20/night
Alan
Alan: Come pitch your tent or bring a small camper and stay with nature. Your campsite is...
Welcome!
ENTER!
Beauty Mountain forest camping.
Beauty Mountain forest camping.
Our forest
Chris
Chris: The hosts Annie and Ed were one of the best parts of our trip to the area. They are ex...
your picnic table under the covered patio
the queen bed in the barn cabin
another shot of the queen bed
Big, unique barn cabin on 130 acres
one of the twin beds in the barn cabin
Cabin provided
Seung Moon
Seung Moon: Stars in the sky at night were so beautiful. We enjoyed the time in front of bonfire. ...
Group camping available!
Campsite 1 on the river
Campsite 2 on the river
relax on the river
Tent Camping on the River
Robert
Robert: Very nice to stay at Great host beautiful River I didn't bring any fishing tackle but i...
tent forest people
tent people hammock
My Hip family came down to visit!
A Rustic Ravines Camping Adventure
Creek within those trees
Rustic
Rustic : Rustic Ravines is the perfect Hip getaway!  Nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny...