West Virginia RV Camping
West Virginia RV camping offers great scenery, solitude, interesting history, and outdoor recreation activities for the whole family. From RV resorts, to basic service public campgrounds, there is something for everyone in West Virginia. Free dispersed RV camping (boondocking) is allowed on US Forest Service lands.
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Free West Virginia RV Camping
Free dispersed West Virginia RV camping (boondocking) is allowed in the Monongahela National Forest. Motorized vehicle use in the forest is regulated and the US Forest Service now has MVUMs (motor vehicle use maps) that show all open routes. Check out Boondocking for tips on how to find USFS dispersed camping sites.
The following are just a sample of free designated West Virginia RV camping locations available.
There are 30 designated dispersed campsites along the Williams River. Scattered along the Williams River Road, these first come first serve campsites sit next to the river and are popular with anglers.
Private property also offers many free West Virginia RV camping opportunities. Free RV Camping has ideas about finding a free overnight RV camping or parking spots that you may not have thought of.
Public West Virginia RV Camping
West Virginia has many great public campgrounds. The following is only a sample of the great public West Virginia RV camping locations available.
Fishing streams, lake, hiking trails, abundant wildlife await you at North Bend State Park. The state park is a popular West Virginia RV camping destination.
Kanawha State Forest offers 46 campsites for smaller RVs and tents. Picnic tables, fire rings, and 25 sites have 20amp electric and water hookups. Larger RVs need to contact the ranger for road conditions.
First come first serve and reservation campsites are available at Babcock State Park. 52 campsites with picnic tables, ground grills central bathhouse with flush toilets, hot showers and coin-operated washers and dryers
White Sulphur Springs
The Lake Sherwood Recreation Area is a great West Virginia RV camping destination. 94 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings. Water, vault flush toilets, water, trash, and RV dump station. Fishing, boating hiking and more.
We recommend the West Virginia Atlas & Gazetteer to help locate West Virginia RV camping locations. These map books include tourist attractions, campgrounds, hiking trails, back roads, and much more.