Camp Creek State Park and Forest

Camp Creek, WV

Camp Creek State Park and Forest is known for beautiful waterfalls and great camping. With nearly 6,000 acres of lush forest, 35 miles of trails and seven miles of seasonally stocked trout streams, there is something for every hiker, biker, horseback rider and angler to explore and enjoy.

Camp Creek State Park and Forest has four campgrounds, all of which include picnic tables, grills and fire rings.

Mash Fork Campground offers Wi-Fi and a heated bathhouse. In its entirety, the campground includes 26 trailer/tent sites with the following options: 9 with electrical hookups, 8 with water and electric hookups, and 9 with full hookups.

Blue Jay Campground offers 12 rustic sites for tent campers.

Double C Horse and Rider Campground is perfect for those traveling on horseback. The site offers two, four or six horse occupancy sites. Riders may bring as many horses as their campsite stall accommodates.

Pack It In – Pack It Out Campground is the ideal spot for those looking to travel away from mainstream facilities. To reach the campsite, guests must hike or bike more than three miles to the Almost Heaven Road and Trail. Advance reservations for this remote campground are preferred.

Camp Creek campgrounds are open year-round, weather permitting. Campsites may be reserved anytime online, by call, or at the campground office.

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