1 Park near Camp Creek, West Virginia
Oct 2015 - $26.00
Stayed in Mash Fork campground. Pretty small camp ground. We had water and power but no sewer. Wireless internet is $2 per day extra and was pretty good. No att cell but a little Verizon cell. Bath house was pretty clean overall but dirty around the edges. It was heated and that was nice on 35 degree mornings. The sites were large and pretty level. Only three channels ota but dish tailgater worked when positioned properly. About 15 min form Walmart in Princeton bur nothing closer. The park is well kept and large with lots of trails and paths to bike/hike. Will definitley stay here again. - Crottys
Oct 2015 - $25.00
They have 2 pull through sites. Ours was 14 which is 50 amp E/W, but they do have some full hook ups. Our site was very long and level at the south end of the site. Great park for hiking, picnicking, etc. Baseball field, basketball court and probably much more that I didn't see in the one night we were there. No air TV reception, but we did get satellite signal from our site. Poor cell phone reception, but there was some. They offer WIFI for $2, but we didn't use it. This would be a great place to spend a few days. Note: we may have picked up some stink bugs while we were there - be on the look out. - ramblin' vagabonds
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This state park is right off the interstate outside Bluefield, WV. We stopped here after visiting New River Gorge. The campground is small, but very clean with electric and water. I believe there were some full hookups as well. The staff person was very friendly and helpful.
The road around the campground was newly paved asphalt, with campsites arranged in a circular formation. They were not too close together, and lots of grassy areas around the sites. Very quiet and woodsy. Was a beautiful place to spend the night. - villager