6 Parks near Bluefield, Virginia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bluefield. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bluefield in the left hand column.
Jul 2016 - $60.00
The resort is extremely nice and well designed, but made up of mostly camper cabins with a limited number of RV sites. Most are fairly level with good WIFI, electric, water and sewer. Problem is, they don't allow for complete clean up of your ATV/UTV, by limiting you only to flush and clean the radiator at their designated location. The second biggest problem and warning for those with large 5th wheels, toy haulers and Big Rigs (40ft +), is crossing the railroad off the hay 52, onto the approach road to the campground. Our 45ft RV got stuck high center on top of the tracks, only to have a train approaching and the crossing guards come down on the roof of the RV, forcing us to power thru at all cost. Tore off part of the exhaust, and dragging the trailer hitch across the pavement. Our neighbor parked 2 sites down, with their 42 foot 5th wheel, also experienced the same problem crossing the railroad tracks, damaging both of their rear leveling jacks (bent). There is a back way into the CG, but anything over 40ft should pay careful review the switch backs with a climbing and descending turn causing the rear and front to bottom out on the pavement. - Mullet Republic LLC
Oct 2010 - $40.00
Great park no problems at all. This is mainly for ATV enthusiasts. It is very remote location in West Virgina mountains located right on the Hatfield- McCoy trail system (Indian Ridge Trail). Make sure to follow directions to campground from their website or you will end of on roads you do not want to be on. They say they have a restaurant 2 miles down the road but it was never open while we were there so bring your own food because nearest Wal-Mart is 20 miles away. - LEE H
Jul 2008 - $32.00
Great ATV park direct access to Hatfield McCoy trails. If you aren't into ATV's or dirtbikes best to avoid this campground. Vehicles on the move till wee hours. - Danny Brown
Oct 2016 - $33.00
Okay for an overnight stop if you don't mind driving for about 8 miles on back country roads with some low hanging branches. That being said, it was a very quiet stop since it is surrounded by forest. Nice stream through the campground. No cable, no over the air reception, no Verizon service. Campground was clean and there is a host that helps you park. Some spaces might be difficult to get in or out due to trees. - Bobco
Sep 2015 - $33.00
Wonderful family friendly campground. Each site has its own picnic table and fire ring. My son loves the heated pool, fishing pond, and the game room. My husband and I love the nearby walking trails. The campground owners go out of there way to take care of their guest. We absolutely love this campground. - User3541
Oct 2014 - $40.00
I'm afraid we can't give this place a good rating. For an over night stop, it is WAY off the highway, a good 10-15 minutes. Water pressure was awful. My Mr. Coffee drips faster. They advertize wi-fi but we could not get a signal at all. Also there is no cell service on Verizon. We paid for 50-amp but after a scary argument with another RV'er, we switched to 30 and let him have the 50. We were thrilled to leave. - excel14
Dec 2016 - $16.00
Although we normally don't like to stay in parks witout 50amp power, we made an exception here. (If there had been 50amp, I would have rated the park "Excellent.") Things we loved about Stony Fork: Peace and quiet, forest camping, good space between campsites, nice trails, close enough to town to be convenient and far enough to forget there's a town 8 miles away! Some of the sites would be challenging for levelling a big rig like ours (40' motorhome), but there were plenty of sites that could work for big rigs. The hosts on our end of the loop were friendly and kept the bath house they were responsible for very clean.
We barely had room to park our little subcompact car on our site, but it wouldn't be a problem at some of the other sites. We selected our site because of the privacy it afforded. - MelBtraveln
Aug 2016 - $12.00
Only an overnight stay but very pleased. The campground and sites were exceptionally clean and well maintained. All the sites were large and easy to get into and the price was sure right at $18 minus $6 for the National Parks senior pass. We went with electric only but did see some full service sites. Decent privacy between large pads, and most seem to back on streams winding through the campground. Beautifully wooded area and yet close enough to Wyethville to make supplies or suppers out easy. Paved to the campground and do a dsl and sites in the park are paved. We have saved this to our "visit again" list, likely as a meeting and camping place with family. - PeteandDeb
Jul 2016 - $16.00
This is a beautiful national forest campground. Well manicured grounds. The bathhouses (a least two of them) were filthy. The showers had black mold growing on the wall. This was not stains, it was lack of cleaning. A shame for such a nice park. - PIgc
Oct 2016 - $26.00
Stayed in a electric only site. Camp ranger greeted us and was very helpful, even pointing out what to see in the park.
Our site was large enough for the MH and towed. It was level and paved. Sites are spread out and private. Showers were clean, with massage heads and lots of hot water. Didn't use the laundry.
A great place, wish we could have stayed longer. - Brian & Corky
Sep 2016 - $29.00
Road to the Park is off the Toll road and was signed well. No one at the office, only phone number, parked in our reservation spot and called. They came later with local info. Area is quiet and plenty of room. We were put in a full hook-up spot we didn't know was available, great since we were staying 8 days. Okay laundry, but 2 dryers out-of-order. - gosee
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Site was pretty private and had plenty of room, easy to back into and pretty level. Bath house was pretty dated and not kept very clean although the shower was good size and private. One toilet in the ladies room was broken and not repaired for the 10 days we were there. Has some Verizon service, no AT&T and no OTA tv although we got good dish network on site 6. The camp ground WIFI was very good. Park was very quite on weekdays but got pretty crowded on the weekend. Very easy access from I77. - Crottys
Aug 2016 - $30.00
What a beautiful park! It covers 4,050 acres through the beautiful Bluestone River Gorge. The park got its name from a common, local, shrub: pipestem also known as narrowleaf meadowsweet, historically used for making pipe stems. There are 2 lodges in the park, one has a large conference center, and the other is only accessible by an aerial tramway to the bottom of the gorge. In addition to an RV park, there are 26 fully equipped wood cabins, and an area set aside strictly for tent camping. There's not only a par-3 golf course, there's also a championship golf course on the property. Several restaurants are onsite at both lodges; horse stables, a nature center, hiking paths, cross country ski trails, and other recreational activities are available. The nature center, featuring displays of native plants and animals, also includes the Harris Homestead, a reconstructed 1900s period historic house museum and meat house. An amphitheater is also available for concerts, storytelling, and local theater productions. As you can see, there's never a shortage of things to do here! A weekly schedule of events is posted so anyone in the park has an opportunity to take part in any of them. Many sites are shaded (some more than others). Our site (#29) was open but close to trees and adequate for our 32' fifth-wheel trailer. It was an angled back-in site with ample room for the back in maneuver. The campground restroom facilities were adequate and clean (we did not use showers). During our short 3-nught stay here we took advantage of some hiking trails, a motorcycle ride through some beautiful country and the "Wings of Wonder" presentation at the McKeever Lodge and Conference Center. Although our stay was short we made the most of what this clean, well-managed, park has to offer. - RVNomads-Cummings and goings
Jul 2016 - $45.00
For a state park, this was probably one of the most beautiful parks we have stayed in. The camping area is really laid out to accommodate trailers & 5th wheels, & I think our 42 ft. class A was a little bit of an over-kill. Maneuvering the lanes to our spot was pretty tight, but manageable. Be aware that their pull-thrus are semi-circular, with water faucet & sewer tap on the driver's side & electric box on the passenger side (so had to reel out quite abit of electric line and pass under coach to the plug). Other than that, utilities were good.
The property was developed and opened around 1972 and is a little dated, but clean. The park must have been absolutely incredible for the time period. How the state legislation appropriated that much money for a state park of this magnitude is impressive.
Lots to do: horse back riding, golf, disc golf, hiking trails, tennis, swimming pool. The pity of all of this is that other than Pipestem, West Virginia does not have many other campgrounds that can comfortably accommodate large class A coaches, with full hook-ups & 50 amp service. West Virginia is a beautiful state, but missing out. - Smooth Running
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Such a lovely park and so much to do. A family could enjoy an entire vacation here. Surrounded by mountains and tall trees. There is a Tram to take you down to the river. 3 Lodges and each has a dining room. There is golf, summing pool, lake for canoes/fishing. Our space was tight but we enjoyed it. Next time we will stay in a pull through rather than the back-in. - Newbet