6 RV Parks near St Albans, West Virginia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of St Albans. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near St Albans in the left hand column.
Oct 2015 - $0.00
This is an excellent stop over for a night or two. We came expecting to leave a donation in the box but the donation box had tape over it. A policeman drove through and I asked him about it. He notice the taped-over box but said he didn't know anything about it and didn't seem interested. During summer a 2 night max is enforced and maybe the drop box is working. This time of year we were told you can stay longer. There is a dump station and fresh water as you come in. There are 3 pull-through sites which can handle at most a 32 ft unit. Each with 15 & 30 amp plugs. There seem to be more open area on the other side of the park for larger units with 2 or 3 electric outlets.
The only negative is the 4 lane divided highway in front of where you park, but it does quiet down at night. The view of the river on the other side is beautiful.
HikingRooster reports:The other units reported on the other side of the park are in the marina and are not for public use. The city uses those spots to park special use vehicles. - k m m
Jul 2015 - $1.00
This is a small roadside city park that has 3 or 4 overnight spots with 20 and 30 amp service. There is a water fill station and a dump station. There is no charge for use of the campground or fill and dump stations, but donations are accepted. The restrooms are in the public park area and have no showers. The campground sits between the main road and the river, there will be road noise and well as river boat vibrations, but for the price it is a bargain. This is a great stop over campground. - WVRVGrandparents
Apr 2015 - $1.00
Situated on the bank of the Kanawha River in St. Albans, WV Three pull-through sites are available for year-round use while water is only available between April 1 and October 31. While the sites are very close to Rt. 60 (a busy road) traffic subsides around 7 PM. A 30A and 20A circuit is available at each site. While limited to three sites, the marina parking lots is capable of accommodating several large vehicles with trailers. During the summer months the city prefers that only vehicles launching boats use the marina parking lot during daylight hours. - HikingRooster
Jul 2017 - $28.00
The sites with sewer hookup are occupied by permanent residents. The other 1/2 dozen are water/elec. with a large grassy area for primitive camping. This campground is all about location. It has a public access point for the Little Coal River that is heavily used by kayakers and the occasional swimmer. Until Fall of 2015 it was a primary campground for users of the Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail system. The trails in this area were closed and the campground has declined since. The laundry and camp-store are closed and the owner is generally only reachable by phone. - Appleknocker
Sep 2017 - $36.00
We have stayed at this campground several times. All the other times we had good sites. This time our site was not the most desirable because it was shorter than our trailer/truck, though we did not end up unhitching. We did stick out a bit but we were not on a busy road. All services were fine except Internet as it was too far from the main line. The chapel is really charming next to the pond. - twotimes
Oct 2016 - $36.00
The 4 miles of road to get to the campground were hair-raising. Narrow, twisty, curvy, hilly, and the constant threat of oncoming traffic! But once we got there it was great. We were given a pull through site by the pond. There were swans, geese, and ducks. There is a beautiful little chapel on the far shore of the pond. Very picturesque. Full hook-ups, friendly people, a real shang-ri-la. I'd recommend Rippling Waters. - rvrose
Sep 2016 - $20.00
As the other reviews have stated, this is an odd campground. While somewhat scenic, it is primarily seasonal or permanent residents and there are only a handful of sites for overnight guests and only 5-6 pull-through sites. Ours was level and the utilities typical.
While we had a reservation and called to confirm, our site had just been taken by another guest. The camp manager was able to catch them befor they set up so we could have the last PT as confirmed.
There is no AT&T service at the pull-throughs and you must walk up the hill to the lake to get 1 or 2 bars.
You are 4 miles or so off the highway and while we weren't concerned about safety, we were happy to drive out of there the next morning.
There aren't many choices in the area. Next time we'll probably time out our day to be able stay elsewhere North or South. - McGarrert50
Aug 2017 - $30.00
Previous reviews indicate inexpensive. $30 for this camp is a joke. No amenities, no playground, nothing but are bones site, no shade, totally open. Gravel roads, not inviting at all. First shower didn't work, only 30/50 amp plugs but didn't have any adapters for 110 plugs. We were beat from driving and traffic or we would have gone down the road. Would never stay here again. - Jimdeja
Sep 2016 - $14.00
Two areas, upper lot with full hooks ups is all gravel, no shade, tightly packed in ($35). Lower level is W & E only (thereis a pump out you can use), nice grassy & shady areas, backs up to a river ($25). Got weekly rate of $100! Quiet except for trains that go by on other side or the river. Not too frequent. Laundry, showers & restrooms. - 2bounders
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is a definite no frills place. Fine for an overnight stay. It is grass and dirt. The lower level is like an open field with water and electric, no sewer. There is an upper level with sewer, at a higher price. The bathroom and showers were clean. The ground is level, no picnic table or patio. You pay on the honor system by slipping your money into an envelope then into a box. The lower level has pull-through sites. - esta34950
Sep 2017 - $42.00
Older park and nicely kept. Friendly staff with fast check in. Power problem on site 38 and surge protector would not allow power to coach. Reported problem and staff tried changing breaker and plug. Didn't know if they could move me as they continued to work. Finally after a couple of hours moved me to site 10 and no more issues. Apparently site 38 has known power problems to staff. For big rigs turning onto Fox Fire Rd westbound requires entering eastbound lane due to sharp right hand turn. We were here overnight and despite the issues would stay here again. Park grounds are maintained well and staff is super friendly. Pull thru site was long enough to stay hooked up with towed. - Tomandgloria
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Nice KOA with very friendly and helpful people. Many amenities including swimming beach and fishing. Pull through and back in level gravel/grass full hook up 30/50 amp sites. As usual in a KOA sites are crammed in together but okay. Store on site with good WIFI and cell service. If coming from East there is an impossible right turn into the campground if you are in a big rig. Better to go 5 miles past on Interstate and come back. Would stay here again. - teepee51
Jun 2017 - $44.00
One night stay while traveling. We tow a 33 ft travel trailer with a pickup, and did not want to unhitch for the night, which we stated when making the reservation. We were led to our site and it was perfect. Pretty level and we had room to spare! Though some spaces look a bit tight, they were not packed in like sardines! Pretty park, with some wonderful amenities for kids at their beach area an in the pond, (dock, floating trampoline, some fun stuff). Great staff. I would stay here again. If we were traveling with kids, I would make the stay longer to enjoy everything they offer! - Rachel56
Aug 2017 - $30.00
You text Lazy K your information after you phone and request a reservation. Requested and was confirmed a pull thru, we got a back in. The tree obstructions on Blue Creek Rd and New Hope are numerous. Your turn onto a dirt road which isn't well maintained and is one way for an RV. The signage is almost non-existent, no office to check in with, no paper work of any kind, single road in and out and you will have to turn around, one dumpster at the entrance, no TV of any kind, most patrons are living there full time, looks nothing like the web site pictures and the campground is anything from vast. No one is there to tell you your campsite. We phoned and spoke with the owner who said we weren't expected. After disconnecting our car we attempted to turn around because the owner was giving us wrong directions on the phone. This was really fun on a single road in the trees. The next day early afternoon we get a knock on the door it's the owner looking for payment. I requested the amount he wanted -I was told it was $30 a night and he said $25. Once you get through the process of getting settled the scenery is pretty and it's very quiet. When we left I had to drive out in the car to block the way so my husband could get the motor home out- no room for a passing car. - CCS