Robert W. Craig Campground at Jennings Randolph Lake

Elk Garden, WEST VIRGINIA

Our campground is hosted by four full time park attendants and two volunteer hosts that are dedicated to make your stay with us at the Robert W. Craig Campground as enjoyable as possible. This family oriented campground is spaciously located on the hills above the lake.

The campground has 68 campsites, all of which have electrical services. The facility has hot showers, water hydrants every third or fourth site, and flush toilets at the washhouse and in the back loop comfort station. The campground also features a playground for children, campground store, horseshoe pits, and an amphitheater for evening programs presented by the ranger staff on Saturday nights. A large group picnic shelter with electricity, potable water, a full basketball court and horseshoe pits is also available. A public pay phone is located at the washhouse.

Pets are permitted anywhere in the campground, except in the restroom facilities, however, they must be physically restrained at all times by either being in a pet cage or on a leash no more than six feet long. Properly dispose of your pets waste while camping and before leaving.

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