6 State Park Campgrounds To Discover

As the warm days of summer draw to a close, there is no better place to spend a cozy night than by the campfire. With state parks reaching every corner of the Mountain State finding the perfect campsite couldn’t be easier! Check out these six sprawling West Virginia State Parks & Forests to land on the best place to roll out your sleeping bag this season.

Canaan Valley Resort State Park

Venture into the Allegheny Mountains to enjoy a marvelous four-season destination. Canaan Valley Resort State Park’s campground is open spring through fall. Enjoy one of the 34 full hook-up spots for RVs and campervans. Campers can enjoy many of the outdoor recreation possibilities from hiking, biking, fishing, golf, and more.  

Canaan Valley Resort State Park

Cacapon Resort State Park

Nestled deep within the lush forests of Cacapon Resort State Park, a new way of camping has arrived. Find a pre-set canvas tent atop a wooden platform deck at each Tentrr campsite within Cacapon Resort State Park. Look within and find a queen-size memory foam mattress to rest on after a busy day of adventuring the park’s 6,000 acres. Your glamping paradise can be booked now!

Cacapon Resort State Park

Stonewall Resort State Park

Getaway year-round at Briar Point Campground.  Spend your days and nights camping lakeside. Stonewall Resort State Park offers five deluxe tent sites, one larger group tent site and full hook-up spots for RV and campervans.  You can enjoy your time on the lake or explore the rolling hills around the park on foot or by bike. 

Stonewall Resort State Park

Babcock State Park

Explore the 4,127 acres of rugged Appalachian beauty. Babcock State Park is most famous for the Glade Creek Grist Mill. Enjoy any of the 52 campground sites from spring through fall. Babcock accommodates tents and trailers offering electric hookups and non-electric sites. Campsites can be reserve anytime online, by phone, or at the office. 

Babcock State Park

Watoga State Park

Get lost in West Virginia’s largest state park. With over 10,000 acres, Watoga State Park is home to 2 campgrounds with more than 80 campsites. Spend your time enjoying Watoga Lake or checking out the observation tower. If you are looking to get off the beaten path check out the numerous hiking and biking trails around the state park.

Watoga State Park

Cabwaylingo State Forest

Pitch a tent in southern West Virginia at Cabwaylingo State Forest. Cabwaylingo State Forest is home to 2 different campgrounds. There are campsites ranging from rustic spots, tent pads, and those with water and electric hookups. Cabwaylingo is a great place for larger groups–offering a 100-person fully equipped group site. Cabwaylingo is located near the famous Hatfield-McCoy off-road trail systems. 

Cabwaylingo State Park

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