Best RV Parks in West Virginia

RV Parks in West Virginia

West Virginia is known for its stunning landscapes and outdoor recreation opportunities. With more than 40 state parks, Coopers Rock State Forest, and miles of rivers and streams in between, there's so much to explore. From kayaking on the New River to horseback riding in the Kanawha State Forest or mountain biking at Mount Nebo, West Virginia offers a variety of outdoor activities and experiences for all skill levels.

West Virginia RV parks are a great way to experience everything the Mountain State offers. There are campgrounds near major cities like Charleston, Morgantown, and Huntington, as well as more secluded RV parks nestled in the mountains or on lake shores. Many RV parks in West Virginia offer full hookups, including water, sewer, and electricity. Other amenities that may be available include swimming pools, play areas for kids, picnic tables, laundry facilities, and cable TV hookups.

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Charleston RV Parks

Charleston is West Virginia's capital and largest city, located in the southern part of the state. Whether you're in town to visit the State Capitol building or explore the nearby mountains, several great RV parks near Charleston offer a variety of amenities.

Rippling Waters Campground is approximately 20 miles north of Charleston and offers RV sites with full hookups, laundry facilities, a dump station, and more.

Harpers Ferry Camping

Harpers Ferry is a historic town located in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. The city is situated at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers and is best known for its role in the American Civil War. Harpers Ferry was also an essential stop on the Underground Railroad, and today it's a popular destination for tourists from around the country.

Harpers Ferry KOA offers full hookups, a swimming pool, playground, and cable TV. There are also plenty of hiking trails that wind through the forests and along river banks in the area.

Summersville Lake Camping

Summersville Lake is one of the most beautiful spots in West Virginia. Located in Nicholas County, it's surrounded by lush forests and breathtaking views. Summersville Lake is a popular destination for RV campers who want to take advantage of outdoor activities such as fishing, swimming, boating, and hiking.

Summerville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse is situated on the south shore of Summersville Lake. This RV resort offers full hookups and cabin rentals. It also has easy access to the lake for boating and fishing activities.

More West Virginia Campgrounds

Whether you're looking for a campground close to the city or a more secluded spot to explore the mountain wilderness, West Virginia has something for everyone. With dozens of RV parks and campgrounds spread throughout the state, you'll surely find the perfect place for your next adventure. So what are you waiting for? Grab your RV and head on out to West Virginia.

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Recent West Virginia RV Parks Reviews

Belington, WV

Kick Back N Camp

Dec 02, 2022

"Really Enjoyed My Stay"

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I really liked this campground. I stayed for 2 nights in September. It’s right outside of Audra State Park. The front of the campground had full hookup sites and then as you drove back there were spots around a big fishing pond. You could then drive even further back into the trees and there were electric sites which is where I stayed. There...
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4 reviews
Falling Waters, WV

Falling Waters Campsite

Nov 12, 2022

"Great For An Overnight"

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Friendly staff. We needed a place to stay to split up some bad weather driving. Easily accommodated us. Site was easy to access even at dusk. Clean bathroom facilities including hot showers. Did not try the laundry facilities but they have them. Located at the leathermans camp store so you can stock up on any parts you might need.

2 reviews
Nov 11, 2022

"It will do if there if other parks are full."

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The park was easy to find. It is located at the same exit as Harper’s Ferry National Historical Park. There is pavement all the way including inside the park.. Signage is adequate. Check in was efficient and friendly. The rules are fairly basic. The interior roads are in very good condition. Our site, 104, was a gravel back in that was...
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The Rollin Ollens
117 reviews
Hico, WV

Ray's Campground

Nov 09, 2022

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Cute little place but rates changed in which we unexpected due to previous photos. Perfect cheap little place right next to the bridge

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Saint Marys, WV

The Dock Campground

Oct 26, 2022

"Hard to book but worth it."

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First of all, St. Marys is a fun little town and this campground / marina is within easy walking distance of downtown. This is one of the last places in America where trains (long coal trains usually) go right down main street. The Campground is also in easy drive to Marietta OH, where one of the very first European settlements west of the...
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25 reviews