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West Virginia Guide
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The best camping spots in West Virginia.

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

The Nut House
Scottie
Scottie: Susan and James' land is tucked away at the end of a gravel road near the Gauley River National Scenic...
Bridge Day- Rooms
Michael-Misti
Michael Misti: Looking for a great place to stay for Bridge Day? Stay here with us at our hotel in Clendenin, WV, on...
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.
Russells Off Off Grid Mountain
Russell
Russell: You can glamp in our nice cabin rented on Air BnB or rough it all over the 500 acre estate; it's rough...
Gauley River Wild & Woolly Primitive Campground
Ali
Ali: My boyfriend and I scheduled a very last minute stay at the Tawney Campgrounds and our trip turned out...
The Cranberry Glades Botanical Area is the biggest bog in West Virginia, at 750 acres.
Cozy Cabin on RACAR Acres
Jeannie
Jeannie: Has the rat race got you frazzled? Looking to sink into the silence and simplicity of nature, away...
The Crash Pad
Jeannie
Jeannie: Ever wonder what’s at the end of the Earth? Well, now you know! You’ll find a place to crash here,...
Keep your eyes out for the Virginia northern flying squirrel, as these critters frequent the West Virginia forest!
Riverfront Lot 89
Dana
Dana: My boyfriend and I stayed here. Great place to camp with beautiful views! Everything was just as...
The Byrds Nest on the River
Brittany
Brittany: This space is calling for campers who enjoy a spacious campsite right on this gorgeous river! The...
Nuttallburg, an old coal town near New River Gorge, offers visitors a peek at West Virginia's rich history of mining.
Boulder Ridge Cabin
Susan
Susan: Boulder Ridge Cabin is a private cabin surrounded by woods with a large living area, kitchen, screened...
The Hideaway
Katherine
Katherine: The Hideaway was a great experience and the hosts were very responsive and friendly! This is...
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.
Bonnie's Lea @ Bonnie Lea Farm
Page
Page: Tent camping available on The Meadow at Bonnie Lea Farm & Retreat where peace and healing is the...
Elkhorn Inn & Theatre Camp
Elisse
Elisse: The land is on our property, next to the Elkhorn Inn, which is on Route 52, in Landgraff, WV...
Another peak you can't pass up in Monongahela National Forest is Seneca Rocks, known as the only "true peak" in the east.
Getting Back to Nature
Tim
Tim: You can put up your tent and build a fire in the fire ring. My small cabin is with a few feet of your...
Quail Hollow Farm Campsites
Brittany
Brittany: Not only is there acres and acres of land to choose where to camp, the owners are so sweet. We were...
Bridge Day – Tent Camping
Michael-Misti
Michael Misti: Looking for a great place to camp for Bridge Day? Camp here with us at in Clendenin, WV, on our...
Cheat View Outpost
Tommy
Tommy: Several romote tent sites to choose from close to stream and trails Room for campers in meadow
Twin Mountain Off Road Center.
John
John: If you are looking for an escape to the mountains, a quiet private place to use as a base to explore...
Wolf Gap Recreation Area
Ellen
Ellen: Huge fan of this spot. No potable water, but nice sites and a reliable bathroom. Worth noting that...
Seneca Shadows Campground
Nguyen
Nguyen: There's a nice path from the #70's tent sites straight down to the general store which are convenient,...
Rubber Bucket Tent Sites
Jeannie
Jeannie: If primitive camping is within your comfort zone, you won't find more spectacular tent sites than...