Big Rock Campground (USDA Forest Service)

Richwood, WV

Five semi-private campsites. Sites will accommodate small campers. Each site features a picnic table, fire ring, lantern pole, 2 non-accessible vault toilets, gravel parking spur and activity area. Sites are suitable for tents or small - medium size campers. There is no electric available. No dump station is available. There are two privately owned dump stations available in Richwood.

Dogs are permitted if on a leash at all times. Leash must be 6 ft. or shorter. Food storage order applies to pet food also.

Location: Located on forest road 76 approximately 7 miles north of Richwood, WV. Directions: from Richwood travel one mile east on state route 39/55, then 6 miles north on Forest Road 76. More information on this campground is available through the Gauley Ranger District, 932 North Fork Cherry Rd., Richwood, WV 26261 (304) 846-2695.

Camping season: Apr - Nov. Maximum length of stay is 14 days; Check-out time is 2:00 p.m.

Location: Located on Forest Road 76 approximately 7 miles north of Richwood, WV. Directions: from Richwood travel one mile east on state route 39/55, then 6 miles north on forest road 76.

More information on this campground is available through the Gauley Ranger District, 932 North Fork Cherry Rd., Richwood, WV 26261 (304) 846-2695.

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