Camping in West Virginia (WV) is all about the mountains, from the tops of the Blue Ridge to the deep gorges and wild rivers, there's something for every camper to enjoy.
Monongahela National Forest offers beautiful, wooded campsites in the Forest's vast wilderness. Find campsites near scenic mountain lakes and streams and enjoy the cool tree canopy that shades your site. Reserve RV and camper sites at local parks or at private campgrounds, or break out your backpack and enjoy the many primitive, wilderness camping opportunities.
The Appalachian Mountain range covers the entire state, and higher elevation camping is available in West Virginia's panhandle where the Blue Ridge Mountains dominate. Find some riverside campsites along the New River in the famous New River Gorge, or camp along the Gauley River and view some world-class rapids right near your campsite. There are also plenty of family-friendly campgrounds with amenities like swimming pools and children's playgrounds near cities like Charleston and Morgantown.
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