This list represents the most popular campgrounds in West Virginia. Use this list to plan your next West Virginia campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.
#1 Sleepy Creek WMA
This is the best in tent camping in West Virginia’s far east.
#2 Seneca Shadows
The walk-in tent sites here have a majestic view of Seneca Rocks.
#3 Spruce Knob Lake
The highest campground in this book lies near the highest point in the state.
Campers can enjoy the cool air of the high ...
#4 Coopers Rock State Forest
Bruceton Mills, WV
Camp in the impressive and historic high country near Morgantown, site of West Virginia University.
#5 Trout Pond
Lost City, WV
Trout Pond is West Virginia’s only natural lake. Some man-made amenities add to the setting.
Trout Pond Campground is situated ...
Bulltown is set in a historic locale yet features many modern recreational facilities.
#7 Army Camp
Glen Jean, WV
The water, land, and history of the New River Gorge await you. A name like Army Camp leads you to believe this location has ...
#8 Big Bend
Camp down in the canyon of the Smoke Hole.
#9 Holly River State Park
Hacker Valley, WV
Many waterfalls and man-made facilities attract campers to the longest campground around. Over 80 campsites arestretched ...
#10 Beech Fork State Park
Beech Fork has the largest campground in the state park system. And there is more than the lakeside setting to draw visi ...
#11 Blue Bend
White Sulphur Springs, WV
Blue Bend is an old-time, old-fashioned campground built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s.
#12 Bear Heaven
The 20,000-acre Otter Creek Wilderness is just minutes away from this small, secluded campground with a great view.
This rustic and natural riverside campground is the polar opposite of the Brooklyn in New York. The state forest offers glimpses ...
#14 Watoga State Park
Watoga was one of West Virginia’s first state parks. It is still one of the finest.
#15 Lake Sherwood
There is plenty to do at this recreation area situated on West Virginia’s prettiest lake.
#16 Bakers Run
Bakers Run lies deep in the heart of West Virginia, along the mountain-rimmed impoundment of the Elk River.
#17 Kumbrabow State Forest
This is one of the state’s most underutilized natural resources.
#18 Bluestone State Park
Bluestone Lake was designed for flood control but is now a recreational haven for water lovers.
#19 Babcock State Park
Stay at Babcock and raft the wild rapids of the lower New River Gorge.
This campground is the gateway to the Cranberry Backcountry—haven for hikers, bikers, and anglers.
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