West Virginia...Great Camping

Plan your next adventure in West Virginia and take the Midland Trail in Charleston, one of the oldest and most scenic routes in the U.S. History buffs can stop off at any number of historic sites including the Old Stone House, a reminder of what life was like for the industrial pioneers.

Explore Capitol Street which runs through the historic and scenic shopping and dining area of Charleston. For a more outdoor view enjoy Prospect Peak which stands nearly one thousand feet above the Potomac River. You can also spend some time relaxing at Berkeley Springs State Park. The park's natural spring is used for mineral baths and other therapeutic treatments.

Preferred Campgrounds

Check out our list of preferred campgrounds, click on a campground for more information and a look at their Area Services Guide.