8 RV Parks near White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Jun 2007 - $27.00
One night stop-over on way home from Hatteras (no reservation, just stopped in for convenience). This is a small campground behind the All State Motel (between the expressway and the motel). Noise level was high because of the expressway. Roads and pads were gravel overgrown with grass. The motel is a very inexpensive motel and being so close to the expressway we were somewhat concerned about our safety. We didn't have any problems with the electric, and we didn't use water or sewer. - Darin
Jul 2010 - $35.00
The park was easy to find and the road to the park is in good condition. The internal park road are poor as are the individual camp sites. There isn't enough water pressure to take a shower. The site are mostly grass mixed with a little rock and they are not level. Pets run loose. The surroundings look like the area is depress as does the camp ground. Several sites had permanent residents. The attendant was friendly and helpful but I would not recommend nor would I stay here again. - flrop
May 2011 - $30.00
To be honest, we were forewarned that this was not a destination campground. It is just a parking spot for people visiting the area. So in that respect it fit the bill, we were there for a Med. School graduation in Lewisburg. We were literally 15-20' from the road, so we felt every vehicle go by, luckily it was not a real busy road. A office was being installed by the friendly working manager & I think he stated it will include restrooms, had none when we were there. Wi-Fi did work & I think there was cable. There are two entrances, but our 32' travel trailer partially blocked one & had to park our long bed CC pick-up next to the fence between the entrances. Had room to load & unload motorcycle & park it next to our camper, not sure if awning could have been fully extended, next trailer was fairly close. Basically gravel RV spots are level, short & narrow, slide was a few feet from stockade fence next to road. It is stated that private land is nearby to ATV. No gate or security, probably not required in this area. - foor
Sep 2016 - $12.00
We selected this park because it is a state park and we have a certain expectation regarding them. What a wonderful find! There are only 16 sites and all of them are wooded. We stayed in #15 which is a pull through. It is pretty level which is not the case for some of them but most look good. I was concerned since the newest review I saw was several years old but every thing I read in the previous reviews holds true. The camp host was very friendly and helpful. The location is a few miles off of I-64. The roads are a little curvy and narrow and there is a tunnel you have to go through. I don't think many motor homes could make it. If you have questions, call them. - JBE2016
Sep 2012 - $21.00
Stayed here for 2 delightful nights. Very cool, woodsy and quiet. The park attendant was extremely friendly and helpful. Showers and restrooms were very clean. There are 9 nearby hiking trails including one exercise trail. Would stay again. - toyhome
Oct 2010 - $23.00
Not far from the famous resort of Greenbriar and nestled in verdant forest is this gem of a park. Quiet and peaceful are but a few of the qualities. We were able to travel to other nearby destinations as 64 is just a few miles away. Convenient to White Sulphur Springs, the New River Gorge and Beckley, this a great place to hunker down for a few days or longer. - Beulah
Sep 2017 - $31.00
I'm sure if you were staying here during the fair it would very different. We were using it as a base to visit the Greenbrier which is only 20 minutes away. We were one of only four units in the south RV lot and basically picked our own site. After you set up you use the tunnel to cross under the highway and pay and the fairground administrative building. We picked a site far from the highway to avoid the traffic noise but it gets very quiet at night except for the ambulances which are rushing to hospital nearby. One tip - if you're going to use the south lot, make the turn from the left lane as it can be quite tight, especially if a rig is on a site close to the road. - Rd yacht
Jun 2016 - $25.00
The fairgrounds have expanded to accommodate large rally groups. Our group parked over 700 coaches. 535 had 3 point hookups. Another 165 had 2 point hookups. Dry camping sites went on for ever. If you are planning a stop there be sure to call to ensure no large event is going on. The fairgrounds/campground are actually located south of Lewisburg. Access from the Interstate is through the town of Lewisburg. Traffic can be a bear at times. - CharlieB
Apr 2013 - $25.00
There are apparently several campground areas. However we stayed in the South area which provides both 30 and 50 amp service. Excellent location for touring the Lewisburg and White Sulphur Springs (Greenbrier) area. There are no bathroom facilities available. We'd definitely stay there again. - dandd
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Whitewater rafters - this is a great park for you! If you canoe or just like to play or fish in the river - this is a great park for you too! Almost all of the sites in this park have a river front/rear view and the river is beautiful and the flow/rapids are music to your ears. Sites are large gravel and many have a generous, fairly new deck that faces the river. All hook-ups (30/50 amp,water, and sewer) are well maintained and in good working order. Common areas in this park offer a playing field, games, playground, and group shelters. If you want to get off the grid, this park is for you as there is almost no connectivity for cell phones, internet, or satellite. The park does offer free cable, but the reception was very poor. All that is great as far as we are concerned. The only problem in this park is tucked between auto traffic (about 100 yards on one side) and a well used railroad (about 100 yards on the other side). Therefore, noise was a bit of an issue for us. For that reason alone, if we find our way back to this area, we would look for another park. - the Fishers
Aug 2016 - $29.00
Nice place right alongside the river for boaters & floaters. Stayed only one night though because the highway noise & trains kept us awake most of the night. - User1684
May 2016 - $17.00
Can't wait to come back this summer. The owners are the most helpful people I have ever met at a campground. The bathrooms are immaculate, and sites are beautiful. Can't beat waking up every morning to the sound of the river. One thing all of us will mention is we missed the Ol' girl in the office (easy on the eyes) and very friendly. - Ronnied55
May 2017 - $17.00
This is an update to a review I posted a couple of years ago. Since that time the campgrounds management has been turned over to a new contractor (Royal Elk) and from what we saw they aren't doing such a hot job of hiring campground host's. We arrived in in loop 3 at 4PM and the Host showed up at my trailer at 9PM to finally check us in, and didn't know if she had already checked us in!! We were camped there for 4 days and saw the Host's twice during that time and no one cleaned the showers or rest rooms during that time. The men's room is down to one toilet and one sink as the other 2 are broken. Fortunately there were very few campers so things didn't get too bad in the restrooms. Additionally, in my earlier review I suggested taking a short cut via Jackson River Turnpike and Richardson Gorge Road. DO NOT GO THIS ROUTE if you are towing or driving an RV. There is a section where part of the road has washed out and there is a tree down blocking part of the road. Going this way was never for the faint of heart as it is dirt and very narrow most of the way and if you meet someone it can be nerve wracking. - scjenk
Jun 2016 - $16.00
Most sites are fairly level, and sites are large, with a base of fine gravel that drains water well. Water sites do not have electricity. Sites are a little tight together, except the water sites (which also have the best view). Most water sites are fairly low to the water and have a trail to the water for access to kayaks/canoes and boats. saw lots of folks fishing, but did not see any catching!
This CG is being operated by a contractor; they were very hospitable and did a good job.
The loop 2 bath house is nice and has private rooms for both bathrooms and shower facilities. I think the other loops have conventional shower stalls.
This is a pretty mountain lake, ideal for the "rustic" camper with an old growth forest and lots of wildlife. Seems like there were always birds chirping, squirrels barking and other wildlife sounds.
If a remote camping experience is what you seek, this CG is for you; if not, go somewhere else. There is no TV reception, very limited radio reception, no cell phone service except maybe text capabilities in one or two areas in the CG, and no weather radio reception. Satellite is very spotty because of a heavy canopy of trees.
I would rate this CG higher than "average" if it were not for the long difficult access roads. The roads are adequate for a camping unit of moderate length. But, for a class A or long fifth wheel unit, the route in is just not pleasant. Between the fairly narrow roads, hills, tight turns, fast logging trucks, low hanging limbs and rain at the time, it was not a very enjoyable trip in for us. If you do go, follow the directions on the website to find the CG signs. Do not use a GPS exclusively. - Bama Camper
Aug 2015 - $25.00
This is a US Forest Service campground on Lake Moomaw in Virginia. We stayed in Loop #1 site 19 which has 30 amp electric but no water or serwer. The drinking water tap is only about 100' from the site so I was able to hook up a hose to refill my water tank. The site is relatively level, I needed about 2" of lift on the curb side. Everything in this loop was clean and neat and very quiet (we were there during the week), the restrooms were clean as were the showers. You can't see the lake from the upper loop, but if you want to really rough it (no electric) the lower loop sites are all waterfront. The lake and surrounding area are absolutely beautiful, with mountains totally surrounding the lake. There is a beautiful sandy beach, about a mile away, (no life gaurds) and the water is clean, sandy bottomed and warm. There is a marina where you can launch and retrieve boats, but no gas is available. There is no additional charge for the use of these facilities if you are a camper.
We went by way of I64 to 252 which turns into Rt 42 which takes you to Millboro where you get RT 39 to Warm Springs and the Rt 39 and Rt 220 intersection. Route 42 had only one stretch of fairly steep twisty road (5-10 miles) but the rest was pretty easy. Route 39 (after the 220 intersection) on the other hand has a very steep, up and down, and very twisty (multiple hairpins) stretch to the Rt 600 intersetion. I suggest taking Rt. 687 (Jackson River Turnpike) which avoids the climb and descent. It will turn to dirt for about 3 miles but the road is in good shape. It has no guard rails and there are some pretty good drop offs and narrow spots. Decide for yourself which is best for you.
When you get to the camprground there is nobody in the booth at the entrance, just go to your site and the campground "host" will come to your site and check you in. - scjenk
Jul 2017 - $30.00
We stay at Summer Wind when we are visiting family in the area. The camping host is a gem! Very professional and always ready to answer your questions. This is basically an overnight stop, but we enjoy it being a quiet and scenic place to relax. - 757Dave
Jun 2017 - $23.00
Good stopover park right off the interstate. Long pull through sites. No need to unhook the tow. The sites closest to the office are less level than the sites in the middle of the campground. No shade on any sites making satellite access good. Wifi okay. Clean facilities. We will stay here again in our Motorhome. - lmg
May 2017 - $33.00
This park is literally right off the interstate easy on and easy off. The pull thru sites are long and reasonably level. The object is easy stop for overnight but the view of the pastures below the hill and hills in the distant are great - Bruce and Janette