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4 RV Parks near Oceana, West Virginia
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Oceana. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Oceana in the left hand column.
Jul 2014 - $26.00
Beautiful wooded area in the southern part of WV. Lots, while without water, are deeply shaded in the wooded area. Restrooms/showers can be a hike if you don't get close and water from the shower heads in the women's restroom ran constantly all the time we were here keeping the bathroom floor constantly very wet. VERY few lots would take the big rigs and all wooded lots are a challenge to back into (uphill and turning). Swim area not within walking distance of the camping area, necessitating quite a drive. - cmclark
Aug 2008 - $20.00
We were really disappointed with this WV state park. Most of the electric sites that we could fit in (35'), were quite unlevel and even with blocks and jacks, couldn't level it out. There was a dog at one of the campsites that barked for 4 hours, and nothing was done. There are some nice hiking trails, and a fun golf course. The pool is not close by and they charge $3 a person even if you are staying in the park. We will not go back. - Patti A
May 2005 - $20.00
Though quite remote, this is a very nice, quiet park that's good for families. The campground is several miles away from the main park facilities (lodge, pool, golf course). There's a small playground, and hiking trails are in the campground area itself. Half the sites have electric (30 amp), and there are three pull-through sites. About half the sites are under trees and half in the open. None of the sites have water or sewer, so be prepared to fill up at the campground entrance before going to your site. There's a small playground, and hiking trails are in the campground area itself. Firewood is available at the small campground office/store. We found the staff to be very courteous and helpful. If you want a peaceful vacation, this is it! - ficodek
Oct 2018 - $30.00
This is a beautiful little lake in a beautiful part of the country. I would be giving the campground five stars except for: 1) The sites are very small - 50 ft long and extremely close together. The sewer pipe is several feet in from the water and electric utilities making it difficult not to run over the sewer when pulling into the site with a larger fiver or motorhome. One vehicle may be parked in the street behind the RV and, if you have a second vehicle, it must be parked remotely. 2) There are a large number of seasonal/permanent sites with older, poorly maintained trailers and junked-up sites. 3) This is a county park which is now "managed" by an extended family - several of whom appear to stay here full-time. The two people I have interacted with seemed nice - until there was an issue to be resolved/talked about. The response was to become defensive and accuse me of "jumping on" the park manager on the phone. As a retired military officer and senior manager, this is not how I operate. 4) Park rules are not enforced. There were several workers leaving very early in the morning in noisy vehicles. There was also a lot of speeding inside the RV area. - Second Chance
Aug 2017 - $40.00
My family has used this park on and off for ten years and it has went down hill every year. Children run the campground without any supervision. Traffic in and out of park at all hours and at high rates of speed. The quite hours are posted but not upheld. Pets are not cleaned up after. The lake has security but has no authority. Management only cares about keeping the park full with no care to campers. If you stay while the grass is being mowed it is guarantee they will hit the rv with a rock or a piece of equipment. When taking evening walks around the park is dangerous due to children on bicycles or electric scooters. The lake has a beautiful view of nature on if you overlook the trash. All rv sites are short and very narrow with tight parking. All sites are pull thru but the trees are never cut back and growing into the road make it almost impossible to pass thru with a rv. The park allows boat trailer parking in which makes traffic around the camping area dangerous at any hours day or nite. With that said happy camping and you were warned. - Rudys rv
Sep 2015 - $40.00
This place could be so nice! They have over 2000 acres on a lake but chose to stack a hundred or so RV sites right on top of each other. There is room to put your awning out but just barely. Our 40' MH was hanging out in the road on both ends and our site was one of the larger ones. Sites are so small, the fire "pads" are across the street from your campsite. You have to sit in the road or on a narrow piece of turf to enjoy a camp fire. You do have a concrete patio but they are located such that they aren't much use unless you have a small camper.
There are several seasonal campers here and of course they have the best sights with lake view all tied up. You can get one over the air tv station out of Oakhill and satellite is marginal depending on your site location. We got some satellite service with our tailgater but never could pick up locals. Verizon service is limited with our phones on "extended" at all times. No data service even with our Wilson booster. There are 2 wifi antennas at either end of the park and if you are parked in the middle your service is marginal and in and out. Guess it asking to much to put a third antenna in the middle of the park. The drive to this place is about 9 miles down a twisting mountain road so its not in a good location for an overnight stop. The prices are way to high for what you get here. Look elsewhere. - Pjoe
Aug 2018 - $25.00
Very steep Incline to get into the campground. Campground is on a hill above the Coal Mine Exhibition. Mostly long termers. Small campground. Staff very friendly. Bathroom/Shower was small and needs to be updated, painted and cleaned. Sites for in and out people were gravel and no shade. Sewer was located directly behind the site, so hose had to be at an angle to get to it. It was an adequate place to stay to visit the coal mine exhibit, which was excellent! - Jan Orlando
Jun 2018 - $25.00
As previously stated, the roads going in are narrow and a little steep. An older city run park, that was just okay. Convenient to Beckley. Sites are not that long, our 30' fifth wheel was OK with room to spare. Bath and showers were old and not very clean, we didn't use them. Water and sewer hook-ups were at the back of the site bring extra hose and sewer hose. 30 Amp electric. We would stay there again, due the location. Fire ring too close to RV to use. - Bburgbrewer
Oct 2017 - $26.00
This is a city park with full hook ups. You have to travel a couple of miles from I-64 on some narrow streets and sometimes steep streets which would not make this an easy on and off. However, the streets are paved and don't have a lot of traffic. Very doable. We have a Ram dually and a 31' foot 5th wheel and had no problems at all. This park has back in spots and didn't have trees at the road making backing in easier. There were only 6 out of 17 spots occupied being mostly 5th wheels and only one motorhome on the night we were there. We visited the coal mine tour by walking from our site to the tour and museum. We only got ABC and PBS on OTA TV due to the hills. The park was well maintained as the city crews were blowing leaves from the sites. - Beggco
Jul 2016 - $58.00
This is by far our favorite place to camp and to ride. Your riding options are unlimited. Camp ground is always clean, the showers are very roomy and always clean. It is pet friendly, and your sites are spacious. The staff at Ashland are some of the best, always friendly and helpful. This is a campground for riders, you won't be disappointed! - The Carters 28052
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