A beautiful, quiet, small park in southern West Virginia. Was a good place to stop and stay overnight. Had a full service site, which was nice for a state park. Back in site was easy to maneuver, with lots of room between campers. Would definitely stay here again. Not used to driving on winding roads so getting to the park from the highway was a but uncomfortable but for locals, a piece of cake I'm sure. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $22.00
This is one of the nicest state parks I've ever camped in. There are balling brooks, large clean campsites, nice facilities and very close to the interstate...but quiet. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $29.00
Lovely state park with nice roads and easy access to sites. They only have 3 full hook-up sites (No. 24, 25, 26). We stayed in 26. Call for reservation if you want one of these. The rest are typical state park sites. Ranger and assistant were very friendly. Enjoyed the quiet evening and would stay here again. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Motorhome.
Very nice state campground in the woods. Gates are locked at night but you are given an entry code if needed. Only 3 full hook up sites, so a reservation is recommended if you want one. Sites are fairly level and the setting is very nice and quiet. Closest place to shop for groceries is 15 miles away. No OTA TV and satellite reception may be poor in some sites due to trees. No AT&T signal and sporadic Verizon signal. Within driving distance of several historic sites in this part of the state. We would stay here again. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
I stayed at the Mash Fork campground in the park. I recommend reservations in the summer. Quiet park. Store is open odd hrs. Wi-Fi is available for $2 a day. Signal strength varies depending on site location. 3 sites are full hookup (50 amp). Others are water/electric or electric only. Paved sites of various lengths and amounts of shade. Getting my 44' toyhauler into the park was no problem. No TV antenna reception and only 1 radio station. About 10 miles to shopping and restaurants in Princeton, WV. Hiking/biking trails are really jeep trails with only some parts well maintained. Trail ratings seem to be based on the steepness of some parts of the trails. Playground close by the campground. Fishing allowed with state license (available in the park). Stayed here 5 days and really enjoyed the motorcycling WV has to offer. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Another beautiful WV State Park. Interior roads and campsites have been freshly paved. Some shady sites and some sunny ones. Clean bathhouse that could stand to be updated but not a must. Good staff. Probably wouldn't hurt to have a few more sites with water, or at least more spigots here and there. Very well kept. Will stay here again for sure. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Restrooms and showers were small and only had 2 toilets. Only had 3 showers. Had to pay for 2 nights to get a reservation unless you wanted to take a chance on getting a site on arrival. Not much in the way of amenities. Good for a stop over, however. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $23.00
This park offered everything that I expect from a state park campground and more. The improvements to sites and campground roads is very new. All roads and sites are blacktop-paved and reasonably flat. Registration is first-come first serve and is self-registration after hours. Since we stayed only one night, we selected an electric only site and therefore paid only $23. A well setup dump station is easy to access on the way out. The kids enjoyed an excellent playground although there is a hike to the playground since it is shared with the public area of the state park. Based on the recent upgrades to the sites and the price, this will be a sure-stop for us in the future. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $26.00
Beautiful park at the bottom of a valley. Nice hiking trails right from the campground. There is a small waterfall on the edge of the campground. Roads and sites are paved, but we needed 2 boards to level. Watch for some sharp curves and steep shoulder drop-offs. OK with our 39' trailer, but I was glad to have a spotter to avoid dropping a wheel off the pavement edges. Very quiet at night. Excellent value. T-Mobile was spotty and Sprint air card patchy and slow. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed here one night but wished we could stay longer. This is a clean, quiet, lovely cg beside a pretty creek. The driveways and pads were paved and level. The restrooms and showers were very nice. We were site #3. We had no difficulty with cell phone access and used our Verizon Wi-Fi. I did not give it a 10 because we prefer a little more privacy and the RV sites were very open. We will stay here again as it is an easy one day drive from our home. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $23.00
We stayed here for an overnight between Ohio and Virginia. The park was gorgeous, the sites were large and the restrooms were warm and clean. Would love to come back in warmer weather to take advantage of all the park has to offer. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Motorhome.
We camped here for one night on our way to the outer banks of North Carolina. The staff were very helpful and friendly, the restrooms were very clean, and the park was beautiful. We will definitely be back! We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Tent Trailer.
Very friendly staff! The RV campsite where we spent the night was very open, while the tent campground was wooded and the sites were more private. Would certainly return. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $22.00
Great campground if you want quiet and privacy. Only about half of the sites have water; no sewer; cell phone reception was iffy. If you want to get the few TV channels available, you have to forego a shady site. Sites are large and level. It was great to retreat from the hustle and bustle. I learned that a few days without TV and outside distractions can be a wonderful experience. And falling asleep to the sounds of crickets at 8 p.m., wow. We will be back. We camped at Camp Creek State Park in a Motorhome.