West Virginia Camping
Campground and lake camping in West Virginia.
West Virginia offers a variety of places to camp. Whether you like to camp in a tent, set up a camping trailer or camp in the comfort of a motorhome or RV, West Virginia has a multitude of camping opportunities for everyone. There are places to camp near most West Virginia cities like Parkersville, Wheeling, Kingwood, Morgantown, Charleston, Huntington, Beckley, Marlinton, Clarksburg, Fairmont and many others. Area attractions, West Virginia State Parks and national parks combine to expand your options for camping in places like North Bend State Park, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, Gauley River National Recreation Area, Bluestone National Scenic River, New River Gorge National River, Cedar Creek State Park, Valley Falls State Park, Tomlinson Run State Park, Blackwater Falls State Park, Chief Logan State Park, Watoga State Park, Pipestem Resort Park and others offer additional camping venues.
Enhance your fishing trip by camping nearby your favorite fishing lakes and rivers. Use the West Virginia map to identify potential fishing waters and nearby camping opportunities. Then visit our sister site, AA-Camping, to find campgrounds near your fishing destination. You will also be able to learn all about camping - including how to plan your trip, traveling, camp set up, camp cooking, safety in the outdoors, and how to properly break down your camp.
Additional campground information
For additional information on planning your trip visit the National Forest Service outdoor and camping tips.
There is camping nearby lakes in West Virginia as well including Ohio River, Summerville Lake, Cheat Lake, Mt Storm Lake, Beech Fork Lake, East Lynn Lake, Moncove Lake, Sutton Dam Reservoir, Stonewall Jackson Lake and Tygart Lake. Visit the All Awesome Camping website for additional information on camping in West Virginia. The site includes a section for locating campgrounds in West Virginia, RV and motorhome dealers, tents, camping gear, accessories and more much for all your WV camping needs.
Camping and fishing
There are great places to go camping throughout the Mountain State. Look here for tips on campgrounds and campsites preferred by WV anglers. Experience the outdoors in West Virginia. Enjoy the back country away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. Whether you like to hike, explore, fish, hunt or simply sleep late in a sleeping bag, you have many options to fulfill your camping preferences.
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