Chief Logan State Park Camping

Chief Logan State Park Camping
Chief Logan State Park covers 4,000 acres in West Virginia. It is the most visited state park in West Virginia. Visitors will find recreational opportunities that include biking, hiking and nature trails. In addition, the park has an outdoor amphitheater for entertainment, a water park and miniature golf. There also are campsites for overnight visitors.

Chief Logan Lodge

The Chief Logan Lodge is in the park. The lodge is for campers who enjoy creature comforts like a bed, four walls, a shower and sit-down restaurants while still having access to all that the park offers. The lodge has 75 rooms with turn-down service and laundry. Room service also is available. The lodge has a pool, gym and hot tub.


Chief Logan State Park has a campground available to primitive tent campers, pop-up campers and campers with large RVs. The campground has 26 spots spread over 14 sites. The campground is near the shores of Buffalo Creek, which runs through the park. RV sites come with full hookups (water, sewer and electric). There is a separate building for laundry and showers.

Campground Specifics

Chief Logan State Park requires all campers to make reservations. There are limited sites and the state park can get busy, especially in the summer months. It is recommended that campers make reservations by Feb. 15 for summer spots. Sites cost $27 per night ($24.30 for seniors) and each additional camper over a six-person party is $3, as of February 2010.

Article Written By Duncan Jenkins

Based in Eugene, Ore., Duncan Jenkins has been writing finance-related articles since 2008. His specialties include personal finance advice, mortgage/equity loans and credit management. Jenkins obtained his bachelor's degree in English from Clark University.

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