6 Parks near White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
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
Jul 2010 - $29.00
A bit far off I-64 for an overnight, 14 miles of back roads. Our site was dirt, thankfully it did not rain. Water quality was fair, pressure was fine. Restrooms were outdated and very dirty. Road noise moderate, train noise loud all night. At least there was no crossing nearby so you are spared the horn. Fees are collected in cash only. Can't see any reason to return to this place again. - axtoncampers
Jun 2010 - $27.00
This is one of the nicest campgrounds you will ever find. The people are friendly and helpful. Large garbage cans are provided, and are emptied daily. Beautiful water access in the form of a shallow, slow-running river. They have all kinds of rafts, canoes, etc., available for rent. There is a very active railroad track across the river, but this didn't bother us any. Matter of fact, watching them only made the place more quaint. The only drawback that we could find is that there is only one washer and dryer. No sewers on site, but there is a dumpstation and provide a pump-out service that is free for extended stays and a charge for shorter stays. We would DEFINITELY camp here again if in the area! - AuntSmurf
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
Jul 2010 - $25.00
Greenbrier State Forest is a lovely little jewel tucked in the eastern mountains of WV. This is old-school deep woods camping at its best. The campground has only 16 sites, all deeply shaded, generous in size, and spaced well apart. The Ranger’s Office at the main entrance has a pool. Campground is 2 miles from the entrance down a narrow, winding road. Big rig access is not possible as the CG cannot accommodate more than about a 30’ rig. (A one-lane tunnel with low clearance must also be crossed to get to Greenbrier.) Each site has a picnic table, stone fire pit, and trashcan. Potable water is available at the CG host office, which also has a small souvenir shop. Bath house is on property. The campground is lovely, quiet, and dark at night. Numerous footpaths and trails are threaded throughout the forest: pick any direction and you can have a great walk. An adjacent field offers over-flow tent camping. We met folks here who brought their horses. A new Frisbee Golf course is at the end of the field. Between the Ranger office and CG is a rental cabin area, and a large picnic area with shelters and BBQ grills. If you have a car, you can continue past the CG on a gravel road to the top of Kate’s Mountain which has a scenic overlook. Reservations for camping can be made in advance. We adored Greenbrier, and spent two deliciously cool nights here in the height of summer. - Flying Mantis
Jul 2016 - $33.00
A nice, little gem of a campground. Russ (the camp host) greets everyone coming in the park. Advertised for "overnight camping" mainly because there is nothing near for miles around. A local convenience store doesn't sell diesel. Roads are gravel. No trees so no overhead obstacles, great for satellite antennas. Sites are gravel, long, pull-through with a couple of back-ins in the grass. Utilities are mid-rig, all are FHU-20/30/50. Water pressure isn't very high but usable and tastes okay. No store. Restrooms/showers are dated, given a "B" for cleanliness. No propane or amenities (pool, spa, game room, etc). Free Wi-fi. - StephenK
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This park is a little jewel. Clean, neat, well run. It's not particularly close to anything, but the park is a peaceful, clean, and accommodating stop-over. No pool, no shuffleboard...but nice people, beautiful view. We were there to ride the Greenbriar River Trail...but we'll return there just to enjoy setting. - Tcamperman
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This lovely, small park is perfect for an overnight stay just off of I-64 exit 150. The campsites are located along the top of a hill with gorgeous views on all sides of the surrounding mountains. Down the hill are pastures with cattle dotting the glen down below. Very serene. Camp host, Russ, was very helpful and informative. The utilities are easy to reach and work well. The wifi is strong. Most sites are level (hard to come by in the mountains). You can see a piece of I-64 coming from behind a hill, and if you sleep with the windows open you can hear the shushing sound of traffic going by. Not loud or intrusive. We will stay here again if we are passing through. A good bet for a stop. - ShoreXplorers
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
Nov 2011 - $20.00
If you want an escape from phone, TV, etc then this is the place. Only one radio station available. It was difficult to find a site that I could level out. Had it been during the busy season I would not have been able to change my spot. This was definitely off season with less than 5 campers there. Only one campground open. Hunting season open and Forest Service employee recommended to not go into woods without bright reflective clothing. Lake level is down almost 20 feet but there were some boats out there. I felt too isolated after 4 nights and left one day early. Nice facility but because of isolation I will probably not return. - obxblond
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
Sep 2012 - $22.00
We stayed at this park for one night in September while passing through the area. The rate reflects the Good Sam price. We called the office, made our reservation, paid by credit card, and were given directions. We requested a 50 amp site and were told that those were located along the fence line. The sites are grass and the ground was a little soft from rain when we were there, but we were able to level without too much trouble. Water and sewer hook ups are available. Several of the faucets no longer had knobs to turn on/off the water, but you could turn on/off with channel locks. We actually left our channel locks there for someone else to enjoy (not intentionally). It's a no frills campground, but certainly one that serves its purpose. We would stay again if passing through the area. - Guinness
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