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3 RV Parks near Grantsville, West Virginia
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Grantsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Grantsville in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $24.00
My grandsons and I camped in tents at Cedar Creek last year. It is my favorite campground. I love the way the sites are set up - alternating sites on each side of the road. Because of this, you have plenty of room and do not feel cramped by other campers at all. I love the creek that runs through the campground and the sound of it at night. My grandsons loved the pool. Everything was very clean and I have no negative comments to make at all. BTW, we had heavy rainstorms while there, but still managed to have a great time! - jtay
May 2015 - $24.00
This is one of the most well-kept parks we have camped in regularly. The sites are large it's quiet and wooded and beautiful. We camp there often especially early in the year when you get your State Senior Discount. The staff is friendly and helpful. We will continue to camp there often. Only down side is no cell service. It's a small price to pay for the beautiful and peacefulness of the area. - Dremdude
Jun 2013 - $22.00
Beautiful Park. Somewhat of a hidden gem. It takes a while to get there so it.feels like you driving forever. Heavily wooded campground makes for great shade. It appeared to be a very well kept park. Fire rings were all cleaned out and flipped up. Bathrooms & showers were clean but dated. Could stand to be updated. Good electricity and lots of water pressure....maybe even on the high side (?). Lots of families camping but still was nice and quiet. Will camp here again for sure. - cwooz
Aug 2015 - $20.00
We stayed in the older River Run campground. The staff was very helpful and friendly. 30amp, fill up water tank when you enter, and dump station on way out. Sites were mostly shaded, some needed a bit of leveling. Great play area for kids. Easy access to the Rail Trail, and lots hiking, and biking paths. The signed access road (ST RT 31) is a real "NAIL BITER" with a lot of switch backs and deep ditches. We came in this way from the west. RT 16 south from ST RT 50 to Harrisville is defiantly the way to go. Much newer and wider road. We would stay again. we stayed in a travel trailer. - Jeff Jangerous
Oct 2011 - $23.00
North Bend State Park has two distinct campgrounds, Cokeley and River Run. Cokeley is newer and is in an open field with little to no trees. We stayed at River Run which is a few miles down the road. River Run is a great family campground with many sites that border the river. There is a newer playground for the kids and easy access to the North Bend Rail Trail system. It sits back in the woods so most of the sites are shaded. It seemed as though most of the sites along the banks of the river needed some sort of leveling while the sites in the main center section were fairly level. There is one restroom/shower house for the park which is dated but clean. It is secluded as we did not have any cellphone or internet access anywhere in the park. We were advised by several different park staff to avoid the Google directions to the park (which had us enter through the town of Cairo) and instead go through Harrisville. Apparently there are several nasty turns that we avoided by going this route. The campground staff were great. Overall, my family and I had a great time and we would recommend this park if you want to get away from it all for a little while. - punkaccountant
Sep 2011 - $23.00
This could be such a nice park, but ,many loud and rude campers ruined it for us. During our visit it was a very loud and busy park by day, and the noise carried on into the night. Even the park rangers were noisy (they emptied the trash after dark). People seemed to just "cruise" the campground in cars, some of them driving too fast considering there were so many children out. Our site was flooded with light from the showers and the ugly glow of a Pepsi machine. Many of the RVers had bright lights on, making such a pretty and remote place seem like a night in the bright and noisy city. The playground was very new and quite nice. It was one the nicest we have seen in our travels. Our campsite was situated on the river, which was very nice. - Accidental RVer
May 2016 - $24.00
Have camped at baker's run several times in recent years. Park is very clean, and friendly. We like full hook-ups that are limited; especially by those that spend the entire summer there, working with the army-corps-of-engineers. Roads could use some widening and repairs. - pam efaw
May 2015 - $20.00
Beautiful 77-site Corps park on Elk River / Sutton Lake. 14 mi. east of Sutton on narrow winding road. We had no trouble with 37 ft. rig towing a pickup truck. Some full hookup 50 amp, some 30, some electric only, some no-hookup sites. Prices from $20. -$28. - travelingjim1
Aug 2008 - $8.00
This a Corps of Engineers (COE) campground part of the Lake Sutton facility. This is 14 miles into the woods until you get to a very nice campground. However, the roads leading to the campground are very narrow, steep and winding. Our 31' C was at the max of size in my opinion. Level sites, waterfront, great bathhouses, friendly people, but oh those roads getting in. Use care if you go - Rich Pratt