Camped in a 45 foot motorhome. Paved interior roads and site drives. Good amount of green space between you and your neighbor. Check-in at the Welcome Center kiosk is tight for a long coach like ours. Center is not designed well. We unhooked our tow car before reaching the camping area to be able to move better. About half of the sites would accommodate a long RV. Our full hookup back-in site had good free WiFi, satellite TV with limited shade and 4 bars on Verizon. Beautiful campground with resort next door. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Are site was right on the lake front and was very well maintained. Sites are paved and level. If you are a senior citizen before Memorial Day you can camp for 50% off. Had good Verizon Cell service and WiFi was good. We like camping there often it 30 miles from home and you have all the amenities . During peak season reservation are almost mandatory. Lots of recreational things to do. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
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They have a Arnold Plamer design golf course and you can rent paddle boats and other water activites. If you haven't camped there it is a must.
Great park and nice campground. Good Verizon cell service, reasonable speed, free internet, and looks like sat TV available from most sites. Interior roads and sites are paved. Most sites are on lake or have a great view. Welcome Center staff were friendly, but did not provide a campground layoff site map. All sites are back in with a picnic table and grill. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
This is the best State Park in the country that I have seen. Private company runs the resort. Site is fairly level if you line up right. Our shore power was faulty upon arrival, 5 minutes after we called it was repaired and even the electrician was friendly. Each site is paved, with picnic table, sealed trash cans (to keep the racoons and black bear out) and parking spots for the bikes. Right up against the lake, good bluegill fishing for the kids and amazing cat-fishing after dark. Pay the $15 at the resort and get daily use of the canoes, kayaks, yolos, paddle-boats, bikes (including tandem), fitness center, various and indoor/outdoor pool (yes the pool is both partly indoor and outdoor). Gift shop and coffee shop there as well. The restaurant is pricy but a great sit down/romantic meal. Marina has bass and pontoon boat rentals that come with fishing gear along with the standard marina fare. Activity center by marina offers two play grounds and fitness course and pay to play disc golf, putt-putt golf, segway tours and a host of indoor amusement. The entire resort is surrounded by trails and hiking of varying degree and borders the Wildlife Management Area. Would rate this higher but the wifi is spotty, using a range extender for the best sites on the outer loop. Call ahead for reservations though this place is always full. Price is the same as the KOA 25 miles south at Flatwoods and offers a lot more for the outdoor family. Bring the bikes, hiking shoes, fishing tackle and plenty of BBQ. Will be back here again when in the area, worth the money overall. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice campground. $46 rate includes taxes. Paved level spots, great views, full hookups, fire rings. No cable or antenna/air TV. Several satellite TVs were in operation in the park and should work from most sites. Three different Wi-Fi systems to connect to, but none were particularly strong from our spot (#38). Verizon and AT&T cellphone service worked fine. The park has numerous hiking trails, fishing and boating, and an Arnold Palmer signature golf course (a superb course, well maintained and well staffed). There is a lodge with a spa, gift shop, dining, and a complimentary boat ride, though we did not use these. Rental boats, kayaks, canoes, and bicycles are available for $15 daily fee per family. Not much shopping nearby, but a WalMart and a Shop and Save grocery store in Weston. A Super WalMart is in Buckhannon, about an additional 10 miles away. Beautiful mountain scenery all around; campground is on a peninsula on a lake. You must make a reservation well in advance, so plan ahead. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $40.00
One of the nicest state parks we have stayed at. Great lake, nice places to walk, good bathrooms, be sure to take the free boat tour, good power some have 30 and some have 50 amp, very good Wi-Fi for a state park. I would rate it higher but a couple of the tent spots basically share the RV site and we happened to have one of them OR I would give a 9 MAYBE just MAYBE a 10. Very helpful staff. Some people say they reserve a year in advance so beware; it is popular. We would certainly stay again but would plan ahead and pick a better spot. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $40.00
Immaculate campground with 40 sites that is part of a resort facility with golf course, lodge, restaurants, conference center and spa. All sites are back-in with level concrete pads and all are either on the lake or have a view of the lake. Each site has its own trash can. We were able to get satellite but some sites are blocked by trees. Wifi was okay but a bit slow. This is a popular campground so advance reservations will be needed if you plan to stay any length of time. We would stay here again. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $38.00
Nice facilities, lodge is impressive. Sites well laid out and well maintained. Did not care for the open dressing area for the showers. Nice place but we felt it was overpriced for a state facility. For $15 more you can use the lodge's amenities. Probably will not return. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Really nice RV park. Not too many sites but plenty of room on each one. We had a site overlooking the lake which had a path leading down to the lake. Beautiful golf course and plenty of lake activities. Well worth the visit and we would definitely return. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $48.00
Very fun place to stay. Lots to do and plenty of amenities. The indoor/outdoor pool was operational this time of year. If I had one complaint, it would be that they weren't very clear during the check-in process that I needed to purchase a pool pass in order to take advantage of what the resort had to offer. Or that I should request to purchase firewood at that moment. Nor was the layout of the hotel made clear. As a result we had some wasted hours while trying to get a lay of the land. But overall this is a great place to camp. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $42.00
This was our first stay at this campground "Brier Point" being it's actual name. We booked site 21 but with so few campers here this weekend we found site 16 to be more to our liking. A quick phone call to the registration office allowed us to change sites. The staff at the campground and the resort were very nice and the lounge at the resort was a great place to have a meal and to socialize a bit. We found the campground to be just fantastic. It was perfectly maintained. The sites were spacious with paved, level lots, with fire rings in a gravel bordered area, well positioned hookups made setting up a breeze. Having no cable and no chance of getting a signal on the TV antenna was the only down side for us since we don't have a satellite dish. The lots are really open so if you do have a dish you shouldn't have an issue getting a signal they do have good Wi-Fi signals so we at least had internet. We're already planning another visit because we love the area. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $34.00
Very nice campground, one of the nicest I've been to. Beautiful area, sites are large and well maintained, views of lake and resort. For a fee you can get pass to resort, to use amenities. Great buffet at resort, $25 a head. Golf course is terrific, hiking trails abound. Local winery about 20 minutes away, as well as an old large asylum that you can tour. At night you can see more stars than I've ever seen, it's just fantastic. I highly recommend this campground, though get reservations: only 45 sites. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $45.00
This is a beautiful campground. The views of the lake & the golf course are stunning. Our camp site was huge (site #40). My only complaint was that we were facing a boat trailer parking lot & our site was before the sign saying only registered campers beyond this point. That meant that there were a lot of people turning around at our camp site. We didn't like the gravel drive either. Other than that, we loved staying here. For $14 a day for 4 people ($3.50 each person over 4... we are a family of five), you were able to use all the resort facilities. That was really nice. We used the spa for services, the gym, the pool, the kayaks, the paddle boats, the boat cruise on Little Sorrel & my son even spent one morning in camp (which he loved). We did drive to the lodge because I felt the roads were too narrow to ride our bikes safely. I'd love to see a bike path to the lodge!! There is a shuttle to take you to & from the lodge which my kids did use a couple of times. We cooked every night so I can't talk about the restaurants. I read in other reviews about no TV or internet... we had both. Maybe that's a recent upgrade but we were happy to have both! I would definitely stay here again, but I would request a different site. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $42.00
Stonewall Jackson State Park Resort and Campground Stonewall Jackson State Park campground (Briar Point Campground) and resort is interesting. The state turned this resort over to a private group to manage and run so the price reflects that. On the medium high side for a campsite but we did have electricity, water, restrooms/showers and a great site overlooking a lake with views of the golf course and Stonewall Lodge. There are 40 RV sites all with water views and 5 walk-in tent sites overlooking the lake. The resort has a marina, an Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course, spa, hiking, swimming pool, Lakeside Villas, Conference Center, Lodge, restaurants, fitness center, boat tours, and one can bike around the complex. There is a 10% senior citizen discount and WV residents over 62 get a 50% discount from after Labor Day until four days before Memorial Day. Sundays through Wednesdays are cheaper (not much). One can pay $15 extra per day per site for four to use all the boats – paddle, water bikes, canoes, kayaks and bikes, pool, fishing equipment, fitness center, and boat tours. Good deal in the summer! We did not do any of that but we did hike the golf course and walked to the lodge. The golf course is hilly and difficult, since the fairways are narrow; there are many sandpits and the lake winds its way through most of the greens. They have 5 places to tee up at most holes for women and then to expert. Tough course but beautiful! Toured the lodge – really quaint with big fireplaces, indoor-outdoor heated pool, outdoor fire pit and many things to keep you occupied. Spent three nights here with temperatures in the low 30’s to high 40’s mixed in with a snow storm, clouds and a little sun. This was a good stop where we were able to relax, hike and catch up on some sleep. When we arrived there were seven other campers and more were expected for the weekend. We would go back but in the spring, summer or fall. No TV reception here which didn’t please my husband since the Final Four semi-finals were being played on April 2nd so we had to hike to the lodge to watch it in their bar since we don’t tow with our 25ft Fleetwood Pulse. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $40.00
This is a very pretty park. We made our reservation over six months in advance, but got a site with very little view of the lake next to the natural gas pipes. Our site was also next to a group of bow hunters that hung the deer they had killed from a tree on their site to bleed it. Then they proceeded to skin it and butcher it. Not what I want to see from my campsite. Also, there is no TV here unless you have a satellite. To call this a Resort is farfetched since there is no TV, no WiFi and no amenities of any sort. We camped at Stonewall Resort, Briar Point Campground in a Travel Trailer.