Riverside Cabins & RV Parks near Moorefield, West Virginia

Riverside Cabins & RV Parks near Moorefield, West Virginia
Moorefield is a small town that sits close to the state line of West Virginia, less than 30 minutes from Virginia. The Potomac River runs through town, and the Monongahela National Forest is about 15 miles away. Several golf courses are in the area as well. The Moorefield region is home to several campgrounds.

Riverside Cabins & RV Park

The Riverside Cabins and RV Park offers log cabin rentals in the form of river cabins or the mountain cabin. The river cabins feature separate sleeping areas and a fully stocked kitchen; the upscale mountain cabin features a fireplace, satellite television and hot tub. All RV and tent sites come with full hookups and wireless Internet access for an additional fee. The RV park provides restrooms and showers for campers. A miniature golf course with nine holes is open for guests, as is a swimming pool and playground for kids. The campground has its own walking trail and gives guests access to fishing on the Potomac River. The Dolly Sods Scenic Area is nearby and offers visitors the chance to view wildlife and hike. Blackwater Falls, which provides hiking and camping, and Spruce Knob are within 30 miles. Spruce Knob has trout fishing, hiking trails and horseback riding available.

Riverside Cabins & RV Park
P.O. Box 281
Moorefield, WV 26836
(304) 538-6467


Creekside Campground

The Creekside Campground is located in the Shenandoah Valley, putting it close to river activities, like whitewater rafting, and woodland options, like ATV and hiking trails. The campground, which allows pets, has a number of gravel RV sites with water, electric and cable television. Sites are available for tents, and both tent and RV creekside sites are available. Guests have access to picnic tables, horseshoe pits, fire rings and a pavilion. Creekside Campgrounds is a little more than an hour from Moorefield.

Creekside Campground
108 Palmyra Road
Edinburg, VA 22824
(540) 984-4299

Battle of Cedar Creek Campground

The Battle of Cedar Creek Campground sits near the Civil War battlefield and about an hour from Moorefield. The campground allows canoeing and tubing in the river, but requires that you bring your own equipment or rent equipment in town. Restrooms, showers and a laundry room are available for guests. The RV park also offers a playground, swimming pool, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard court and a miniature golf course. The campground is open throughout the year and tent sites are available for those who want to camp, but don't own an RV.

Battle of Cedar Creek Campground
8950 Valley Pike
Middletown, VA 22645
(540) 869-1888


Article Written By Jennifer Eblin

Jennifer Eblin has been a full-time freelance writer since 2006. Her work has appeared on several websites, including Tool Box Tales and Zonder. Eblin received a master's degree in historic preservation from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

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