Babcock State Park

Clifftop, WV

The park is one of the most photographed spots in the state and has some of the best views. The 52-unit campground provides 28 sites with electric hookups, four of which are accessible and 24 non-electric sites. It accommodates tents or trailers and has a central bathhouse with coin-operated laundry, two water fill-up stations and two sewage facilities, firewood and ice are available for purchase, WiFi is available and
cell phone service is available from most major cell phone companies. The campground is open spring through fall, weather permitting. Campsites may be reserved anytime online, by phone, or at the campground office.

Babcock State Park offers 28 cabins for vacation rentals. The first 13 are located along Glade Creek close to the park’s famous grist mill, you can almost hear its wooden frame churn. An additional 15 cabins are located deeper into the park. Whichever cabin you stay in, you can be sure to have a quiet place to relax and unwind. Three styles of cabins are available at Babcock - Legacy, Vacation and Economy. All cabins have Wi-Fi, modern appliances and are stocked with cooking utensils, dishes, flatware, bed linens, and bath towels. Specific cabins are designated pet-friendly. Check-in is after 4 p.m., and check-out is by 10 a.m.

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