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Mountaintop Retreat

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents60 acres · Jumping Branch, WV
Want to see 5 star panoramic views of the Appalachian Mountains? This ultra safe, ultra private property is located only 10 minutes off interstate 77. There is only one farm past ours so traffic is very minimal. Plenty of room to do what you and your pets want to do while exploring on our 60 acres. Come enjoy the view and recharge and relax in peace and quiet. The sun rises up behind the view and lets you see just a little further. It is magical and one of the best things this mountain has to offer. It will not disappoint. We can accommodate up to a 35ft RV. The best part is no long walk for the best views! You can park at the campsites and camp on flat ground. Each campsite features a bench and a camp cooktop. Nothing is needed to use the cook tops other than a campfire. The area has many parks, rivers and trails for fly fishing, kayaking, biking, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching, and photography, etc. View stars as only those miles away from any light can experience. The crickets and whippoorwills will sing you to sleep. Google link, trail map, and campsite location map will be emailed the day of arrival. Close to: Winterplace Ski Resort New River New River Gorge State Park Fayetteville Rafting & Tourism Camp Creek State Park Little Beaver State Park Grandview State Park Pipestem State Park Twin Falls Resort Babcock State Park Kanawha State Park Hawks Nest State Park Pinnacle Rock State Park Brush Creek Falls Bluestone State Park Sandstone Falls State Park
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Starry Nights New River Gorge

6 sites · RVs, Tents88 acres · Hinton, WV
Welcome to Starry Night New River Gorge of the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve. Starry Nights NRG is 88 acres of mountain top land in the heart of Southeast WV with easy access to a lake, rivers, State Parks, and National Parks. Enjoy long range views to the East and West of the Appalachian and Allegheny Mountains. See the sun rise and fall beyond the distant blue ridge lines as you await vast night skies free of light pollution. Watch the smoke rise from the forests creating clouds after a foggy morning or rain. Discover cliffs, caves, springs and more as you adventure the land. Hike the terrain with the East and West side of the property providing different experiences. All wildlife is in abundance and bird watchers rejoice, the forests and pastures are alive. Enjoy the peace, still and quiet that comes with seclusion deep in the mountains. There are currently three camping sites available. Each one comes with a picnic table, fire ring, trash can and an outhouse. Cell phone and satellite service is excellent on the property. Benefits of being at the top. ••• Times include 15 minute descent from property to bottom of mountain ••• • 20 minutes to New River Gorge National Park and Preserve • 30 minutes to NRGNP: Sandstone Falls • 35 minutes to NRGNP Sandstone Visitor Center • 15 minutes to historic downtown Hinton, stores, groceries and gas • 15 minutes to 2000 acre Bluestone Lake State Park and Wildlife Management Area, Bertha location. 20 minutes to Bluestone Lake Marina. 25 minutes to Bluestone Lake Wildlife Management, Indian Mills • 15 minutes to Greenbrier River • 15 minutes to New River • 20 minutes to Bluestone River • 35 minutes to Pipestem Resort State Park • 55 minutes to Winterplace Ski Resort
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Bluestone Camp & Retreat

5 sites · RVs, Tents480 acres · Hinton, WV
Bluestone Camp & Retreat is a Presbyterian Summer Camp Program with organized summer youth and family camp activities over 4 weeks in June and July, and a three-season Retreat Destination for a variety of church, non-profit, and family groups April through November. We are a ministry of the Presbytery of West Virginia (PCUSA) serving member congregations as well as many other church and non-profit organizations. Bluestone has been in operation since 1953. Our Mission is to provide experiences that are character building in nature through Summer Camping Programs and other programmatic events for children, youth, and adults; and to provide opportunities for recreation, rest, and renewal through the use of our facilities as a Center of Christian Hospitality. We have five camp sites that overlook the Bluestone Lake Reservoir.  Each is a clearly defined 60' x 20' space along one side of a level grass field, and each is equipped with a 50/30/20 amp electric pedestal, water spigot, sewer drop, picnic table, and an above ground steel campfire pit. There is also a shower house available for Hipcampers to use.   We have two price points: 1. Our Regular Price per night is $35 based on double occupancy. Each additional person (ages 12 and older, max = 6 people per site) is $10. 2. Our price increases to $50 per night for the months of June and July which is our high season. Each additional person (ages 12 and older, max = 6 people per site) is $10. Youth and Children ages 11 and younger are free, so keep that in mind when you select the number of guests in your party!
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Peaceful Easy Feeling

1 site · Tent70 acres · Princeton, WV
A very peaceful place to get away from the hectic city life and enjoy nature. Children and pet friendly. Build a campfire under the stars and relax.  Large camping site and beautiful mountain views.  Acres of trails great for biking and hiking. Also a pond for catch and release fishing. This is private property, so it is not what you would expect from a "camp ground". The site is very secluded and private. If you are looking for quiet, this is your place! We are within an hour of Pipestem State Park. Other sites in driving distance are the New River Gorge, Babcock State Park, and Winterplace. We will greet you at check in and guide you to the camp site. Also, all of your firewood is included! You will want to bring ‘starter logs’.
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Rivers Edge Trail Camp

7 sites · RVs5 acres · Allisonia, VA
LIKE us on FACEBOOK at https://www.facebook.com/riversedgetrailcamp Standing on the New River Trail looking up where the campsites are located will give you the feeling that you truly are sleeping on the edge at Rivers Edge campground. Unique limestone formations can be found on the property. Large birds and even an eagle or two seem to prefer this area for hunting. Watch from a distance as farmers cut hay throughout the summer. This private cliff top setting has 6 newly created camp sites on 5 Acres. Enjoy less crowds and more nature! The long range views or the river and farmlands will take your breath away. At the bottom of the drive you have access to the New River and the New River Trail so bring your bike, or kayak for more fun. Bike the trail, bird watch, or star gaze; the choices are endless. Don't be surprised to see bear, turkey, eagles, deer, or a coyote. PLEASE give us a rating on YELP also if you enjoyed your stay! The direct link to our place on Yelp is https://www.yelp.com/biz/rivers-edge-trail-camp-barren-springs?osq=Camping Please LIKE us on FACEBOOK at https://www.facebook.com/riversedgetrailcamp This is a great spot for people looking for peace and quiet. 26 Minutes upriver of Claytor Lake State Park. There is a zoo in nearby Ft. Chiswell. Each site has full hook ups. No tent sites at the present time. Area grocery stores are located about 30 minutes away in Wytheville, Pulaski and Hillsville. A portion of the profits will be donated to a non-profit! Bookmark the direct link to our site here on HipCamp: https://www.hipcamp.com/en-US/discover/virginia/rivers-edge-trail-camp
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Mountains,Woods,Ponds, Natural

20 sites · RVs, Tents300 acres · Lewisburg, WV
Learn more about this land: We have 4 ponds on our property we have open areas, wooded areas, we raise cattle, sheep and chickens. All of the acreage has mountainous views. Our town of Lewisburg is 15 minutes away. Lots to do and enjoy. We sell beef, eggs, firewood, and seasonal vegetables. We also have a Porta potty now on the property for use.
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Ray's Campground

25 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Hico, WV
Ray's Campground is a picturesque camping facility located in Hico, West Virginia. Nestled in the heart of nature, this campground offers a serene and tranquil setting for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area. The campground is situated amidst lush greenery, with towering trees providing shade and a sense of privacy to campers. The natural landscape of the area creates a peaceful atmosphere that allows visitors to unwind and connect with nature. Ray's Campground offers a variety of camping options to cater to different preferences. Whether you prefer tent camping or RV camping, you'll find suitable accommodations here. The campground provides spacious campsites with fire rings and picnic tables, allowing you to have a comfortable and enjoyable camping experience. One of the highlights of Ray's Campground is its proximity to the scenic New River Gorge National River. This nationally recognized park offers breathtaking views of the New River and its impressive gorge. Visitors can engage in a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, kayaking, rock climbing, and mountain biking. The campground serves as an excellent base for exploring the natural wonders of the area. In addition to the stunning natural surroundings, Ray's Campground provides amenities to enhance your camping experience. The facilities may include clean restrooms with showers, and a communal gathering area where you can socialize with fellow campers. Whether you are seeking solitude in nature or looking to engage in thrilling outdoor adventures, Ray's Campground in Hico, WV, offers a welcoming and scenic environment for a memorable camping getaway.
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Scenic Camp Creek

2 sites · RVs8 acres · Camp Creek, WV
8 acres with a main house and a cabin (that are available for rent) witha campsite. Close to ski resort and several state parks. Our primary dwelling is on the site and the cabin is sometimes rented. Lots of deer roaming around the property. Lightly traveled road and room to park side by sides. It is noted that the road to our property can be narrow but we have towed our side by side trailers and camper down it with no problem.
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Stay by the New River

3 sites · Lodging, Tents1 acre · Hinton, WV
Come to the Southern Gateway of the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve. Serenity with the sound of the falls. I have a beautiful spot on the New River at the top of Brooks Falls that we call “Rock Bottom”. Electricity, coffee pot, a grill and a sink may be available - just ask!. You will have access to a private toilet as well.
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Paddlers Creekside Campground

9 sites · Tents6 acres · Draper, VA
Are you ready to start planning your next camping adventure? We invite you to enjoy the great outdoors here at Paddlers! We offer primitive camping (tents) along Reed Creek in Wythe County, Virginia. Wake up to the peaceful sound of water flowing, fall asleep watching the stars. Although we are a primitive campground, we do offer amenities to make your stay comfortable, including portable toilets and trash collection. Unfortunately, we do not provide potable water or electricity at this time. There's never a dull moment at Paddlers! Whether you enjoy fishing, floating, or just relaxing by the campfire, there's something for everyone here. Paddlers property has approximately 1/2 mile of creek frontage. From there you are approximately another 1/2 mile from the New River. We have a great place to go tubing without ever leaving the Paddler's property. If you're up for even more of an adventure, bring your kayak with you! You can enter the water right at your campsite and paddle directly into the New River. To exit, there are public boat ramps on the New River close by. We also have some fun spots to go fishing or swimming! Don't miss out on the Paddler's fun this summer! Book your site with us today!
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Rewild Wilder at Willowwood

4 sites · Tents1 acre · Hinton, WV
Learn more about this land:A magical spot at the confluence of the Greenbrier River and Howards Creek. Access to 60 feet of the riverfront and several hundred feet of the creek.
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cabins by the creek campground

2 sites · RVs5 acres · Pipestem, WV
our campground is in pipestem WV right by the creek we are close to new river gorge park and to pipestem state park and a 5 min walk to Bluestone there his also ebikes available for rent and we also accept long term bookings we are a very small campground so its not too busy and we have full hookups availible
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The best camping near Camp Creek State Park guide

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Bust out the heavy duty camera for your trip to Camp Creek State Park, where the bubbling falls are so photogenic it’d be a shame to just capture it on a camera phone. This West Virginia gem off the interstate is flanked on both ends by killer waterfalls, Campbell and Mash Fork. The Mash Fork campground puts you and your tent right next to the flowing stream, perfect for trout fishing. Both are accessible by some of the 33 miles of hiking trails spanning into Camp Creek State Forest, of which plenty are mountain bike and horse-friendly. Check out the Double C campground if you’re looking to camp with your noble steed!

Nestled between the stunning mountains of southern West Virginia, you’ll have plenty to do here between the badminton and volleyball nets, and horseshoe pits. When you’re ready for a retreat from nature, head into town to tour the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine (wear a sweater, it gets cold down there), or the Bramwell Historic District—all buildings here are pre-1920, including the Corner Shop Diner, which has the original soda fountain still intact.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Camp Creek State Park is during the spring and fall when the weather is mild and the natural world is in full bloom or awash with autumnal colors. Summer brings warmth perfect for water activities, though it can be crowded. Winters are quieter but chillier, so pack accordingly.

Know before you go

  • Check the park's official website for any alerts on closures or safety advisories before your visit.
  • Ensure you have a map of the park, as cell service can be spotty in remote areas.
  • Wear appropriate footwear and clothing for the terrain and weather conditions.
  • Remember to pack out all your trash and leave no trace to preserve the park's natural beauty.
  • Accessible facilities are available, but it's best to verify the latest updates on accessibility before planning your trip.

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