You’ve traveled far and wide and now you just want a spot to set up your camp, right? Or maybe you live in town and just want to take a “stay-cation” and get back in touch with nature. Either way, we’ve got three great campgrounds for you to choose from.

Who doesn’t love camping? Maybe you love to pitch a tent and sleep under the stars, maybe you’re someone who likes to camp but would rather be in an RV, or maybe you’re more of the “glamping” type that needs all the bells and whistles and technology to enjoy your time in nature. Either way, our campgrounds will offer fishing and swimming, hiking and boating, and fun activities for the entire family.

Beech Fork State Park in Barboursville

This state park offers 3,144 acres for you to experience southwestern West Virginia. It was originally developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the 1970’s. It’s got a lot of diverse entertainment for you to enjoy, and is a very popular spot for recreation boating and fishing. If you’re into wildlife watching or wildflowers, this is the spot for you.

East Lynn Lake and Dam

Like it’s name suggests, East Lynn is a beloved area for water sports and hiking. There are four lakeside shelters along the northern tip of the lake where you can gather your friends and family for a day of picnicking and sun. This lake is 1,005 acres and just 35 miles south of Huntington, WV.

Fox Fire Koa Kampground

This campground boasts the title of “best camping in West Virginia.” It’s open all year for RVs, campers and tenters to enjoy and they have full hook-up sites. There are even cabins and a nice lodge if you’re more interested in a more “glamping” experience.  You’ve got Wi-Fi, cable TV hookups available, and also get to experience amazing fishing. Plus they’ve got bike rentals for you and family to ride through the amazing West Virginia scenery.