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Camping in West Virginia

Alpine vistas extend in all directions in the Mountain State.

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Moonbase Camping - Berkeley Springs
4 units · Glamping15 acres · West VirginiaReady for an experience out of this world? You're at the right place. Welcome to Moonbase, where...
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$130
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Emberheart Wilderness Retreats
3 units · Motorhomes, Tents180 acres · West VirginiaWe're an off-grid homestead on 180 acres of forested mountains in the Appalachians. Campers are...
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$20
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Buffalo Gap Retreat and Camp
24 units · Tents70 acres · Capon Bridge, West VirginiaLocated in the foothills of the Potomac Highlands, Buffalo Gap is a 1950s era former Mountain...
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$35
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Brooklyn Heights Riverfront Camp
30 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents35 acres · West VirginiaBrooklyn Heights Riverfront Campground includes 35 acres of unlogged wilderness forest with...
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$25
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Camp Holly
27 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents23 acres · West VirginiaThe gem of Diana WV.
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$10
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Take a hike on our miles of trails. A favorite destination is our top of the mountain patio with views all the way to VA!
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Loafer's Glory Resort & Event Venue
6 units · Glamping190 acres · Franklin, West VirginiaRelax and rejuvenate on our 190 acre mountain paradise - a unique WV experience offering 5+ miles...
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$70
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The creek that runs throughout the property.
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Abrams Creek Campground/Retreat
24 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents20 acres · Mt. Storm, West VirginiaAbrams Creek is like camping in a nature preserve, rather than in a commercial campground.  On...
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$26
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Upstream view from South site. Dock currently unavailable.
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Stoney Creek Campground
5 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Great Cacapon, West VirginiaEnjoy one of our four large, beautiful sites with friends or family. The South, North and Rocks...
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$59
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Rocky Hollow Paradise LLC
5 units · Glamping, Tents156 acres · Maysville, West VirginiaUnplug from the world and recharge your body and mind. The rustic cabin has no electric but has...
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$19
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CB Ranch Camp
5 units · Glamping100 acres · Lewisburg, , West VirginiaThese property is over 100 acres in Greenbrier county WV. There is a lot of history in this area...
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$30
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Paddleboat and fishing on the river
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Carp Cove Farm
5 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents40 acres · Augusta, West VirginiaWe are a small family farm located along the North River. Enjoy the quiet and relax with nature....
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$32
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Smith Ridge Harper's Ferry
3 units · Tents5 acres · West VirginiaSurrounded by tall Oak and Poplar trees 1mile off the Appalachian trail. Cars do fine driving...
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$65
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If you’re seeking mountain vistas, you’ve come to the right place! Bound by the Appalachian Mountains and the Allegheny Mountains, West Virginia is an alpine wilderness brimming with craggy peaks, cascading waterfalls, and forested ravines. Outdoor adventures are this state’s lifeblood, whether you’re hiking the Appalachian Trail, cooling off at a mountain lake, or enjoying some of the best rock climbing and whitewater rafting in the east. The main camping season runs from spring through fall, but winter getaways are still possible—six state parks offer year-round camping, and many RV parks and cabins stay open through ski season.

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Potomac Highlands

Winding mountain roads and backcountry hiking trails lead the way through the Allegheny Mountains and the Monongahela National Forest in eastern West Virginia. Four-season adventures await at Blackwater Falls State Park and Canaan Valley Resort State Park, which harbor some of the region’s best ski slopes, while rock climbers congregate at Seneca Rocks. Further east, Harpers Ferry is the gateway to the Appalachian Trail and home to the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.

Mountain Lakes

West Virginia’s central lakelands offer a welcome change of pace for campers. Pitch your tent or park your RV by Summersville, Sutton, or Stonewall Jackson lakes, and take to the water to boat, kayak, paddleboard, or fish. Encircled by forested mountains, there are still plenty of opportunities for hiking, especially at Audra and Holly River state parks.

Mid-Ohio & Metro Valleys

Victorian-era mansions and historic towns dot the banks of the Ohio River in the Mid-Ohio Valley, where campers can enjoy simple pleasures like woodland walks, river fishing, and sipping craft beer at a country pub. The 72-mile-long North Bend Rail Trail is the ultimate challenge for hikers and cyclists, and one of the most scenic sections runs through North Bend State Park. Continuing west, Charleston and Huntington are the principal towns of the Metro Valley, while the best campgrounds are hidden away in the Kanawha State Forest.

Southern West Virginia

Raging rivers, soaring cliffs, and vast swathes of wooded hills make up West Virginia’s southern region, affording endless options for adrenaline seekers. Rev up your OTV and explore 800 miles of off-road trails in the Hatfield-McCoy mountains, go mountain biking or horseback riding in Greenbrier State Forest, or check out the state’s best whitewater rafting at the New River Gorge and Gauley River National Recreation Area.

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