This area is basically in our backyard and we camp in the area frequently. We've done campgrounds, dispersed camping, and boon docking. There is a lot of forest service roads popular with 4 wheelers and dirt bikes, another big draw is scenic...
Heading out for the first time this year my first stop was at this campground. When parking my camper I noticed several incompatibilities with my campsite. First, the electric and sewer hookups were located some distance apart and the small...
Top notch site next to river and small WV towns. Owner is really terrific and he is finishing a new shower and laundry facility (log cabin style) that should be ready within a year. He even brought us firewood!
The 10 mile, uphill road, was rough but manageable in our Ford Focus. There are signs saying “no trailers or busses”. I would agree with these signs. There are steep roads and cliffs, tight turns, and very loose rocks and timber.
Had a really nice stay at Shady Grove, the site we had was nice and level with ample room for our 35’ travel trailer and F250.
Just below the our stand is a large gravel area witha fire pit and picnic table I’m really surprised how much space...
Spacious Grassy level spaces. 30/50 amp service and pull through. The new owners are very nice and helpful. They are working hard to clean up the park and overcome the reputation of the previous owners. On the lake,it’s a beautiful park like setting.
This is a free camp spot but you do need to have a state park permit for South Dakota. We stayed for a couple days before I spoke with the host at the Sheps Canyon campground and he told me the ranger will give tickets to anyone parked in the...
Comfortable, family oriented.
Jim, an owner met us after hours, checked us in and assisted with parking the rig. Great experience and child friendly, will definitely be staying here again.
Great Job 👍🏻
We stayed two night at Pine Hollow during the pandemic. It was very quiet (25% occupancy allowed) and we got a pond front campsite. Not a lot of amenities, but there was free wifi, the stocked pond and lovely owners.
Visited the Laurel Fork Campground located on Forest Road 423 in Randolph County, West Virginia. This affordable US Forest Service Campground has 14 sites. All sites are non-reservable and operated on a first-come, first served basis. There are...