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9 RV Parks near Blacksville, West Virginia
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Blacksville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Blacksville in the left hand column.
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This is a good place for an overnight when passing through. I called and told them we would be arriving late and the camp host cheerfully stayed up (till 9PM) when we arrived. The campground was clean, the grass was mowed and there were good gravel roads in the campground. and they gave us a pull through site as we were just passing through. Dump station on the way out. Water and 30 amp service at the site. Nice RV/camping signs were posted from the interstate that led you to the site. Maybe 2 miles from the exit. There is a small truck stop at that interstate exit also.
This is not a resort, but a nice place to stop for the night when passing through. - eb145
Jul 2012 - $30.00
We would camp here again. Wi-Fi not advertised and not available. GPS directs to one exit north of exit to use: Davistown Rd exit. The campground can be seen from Interstate. This is a good overnight campground. It is near 24 hour gas & food and easy on/off interstate. When told we were overnight and in route, we got a pull through with WE30S that did not need leveling. Connections are tight. Maybe 10 campers are long term work campers with friendly and helpful people. Staff is great. Bathhouse and laundry are aged but spotless. In 27 days of camping, this was, by far, the best shower. No restrictors, timers, temp governors. Just powerful water hot enough to peel shrimp or cold enough to chill them - as you like it. There is, literally, room for two in the showers with a shower head on either end. This campground is a campground, not trying to be a resort or squeeze another nickel with another fee. Since camp was built the highway expanded adding noise from the highway, which is in sight. From 10: - nothing. They do not claim a thing they do not do well. The park welcomes families but does not have a pool or playground so I did not mark it family friendly, though it is. - Frank Rader
Oct 2010 - $30.00
Easy in easy out. Used as an overnight stopover. Staff friendly and accommodating. Would stay here again. Sites are large. - golplt
Oct 2017 - $40.00
We reserved in advance and told to call before arrival. Upon calling, we were told to just pick a spot because they weren't actually working today and leave the money in the drop box. Sounded simple enough, accept we reserved a spot with full hook ups and spent over 1/2 hour driving around their parking lot trying to find one...and there were probably only 10 other RVs/campers there. Someone else arrived after us and we offered to add a splitter and share our water hook up because he had trouble finding a spot as well. The next morning there was a knock on our door from the site manager asking if we could shut our water off because he needed to do something to it to share with yet another camper. Not a big deal accept that this is the most we've ever paid for a campsite that obviously needs a ton of work. We went in order to be closer to the WVU Homecoming game so we accomplished what we set out to do, but I don't think we will return. - CampSwiger
Jun 2017 - $40.00
This is an event center with a large parking lot. Hookups are around the perimeter of the parking lot. When we arrived there were no events and the lot was empty so we parked parallel and therefore had a pull thru. This worked for us as we have a large MH with a tow. All utilities worked fine. Very quite at night. Route 19/24 Chaplin Park Road is narrow and has NOT had the trees trimmed in a long time. We often drove in the middle road and the trees still rubbed on our coach. I am not talking about a few leaves but branches that can damage your coach. Until this is corrected, the access road is not suitable for tall Motorhomes. - Lama79
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Camped in a 35 foot fifth wheel in unnumbered back-in site. "Campground" is a large paved parking lot with an island of a few full utility hook-ups at rear of sites. Sites are level with lots of room for tow vehicle. About 18 good over the air TV stations; no WiFi. Parking lot is lit with high utility pole lights until very early morning. Quiet at night. There is a community center at edge of lot that was open until late evening & which has restrooms.. No laundry. Easy I 79 access. - Scottsdale RVers
Oct 2016 - $25.00
We were driving and started getting tired. We happened to see a camping sign along the interstate and pulled off. I quickly jumped on the internet to see if there were reviews. When we arrived it was small and like the only review I could find. I didn't have to use the facilities because I had my own. The people were friendly and it was great for the night! I would stay there again in passing. - ATerry
Jun 2010 - $18.00
This is a very small campground that has been overrun recently by construction workers and their families. That leaves very few spaces for the traveling public. There are 2 "big rig" sites - but beware, the access road is very narrow with a big turn at the bottom. The sites are all very close together. The owners are very nice and try to do what they can to help - but space is very limited. - Cmactraveler
Aug 2005 - $16.00
This little campground is West Virginia capitalism at work. Since I am from West Virginia, I am not picking on us "hillbilles." A family has converted some bottom land into a small campground. It has a small rest room and shower facilities. The spaces are all gravel and 30 Amp. Half have sewer connections, but they also have a dump station. This campground is not fancy and getting to it can be a little intimidating to those who do not like "country roads." All that being said, this is an adequate stop off since it is right off I-79. The choices along this stretch of the Interstate are Wal-Mart or here. At least here you have connections. So you have been warned, but this may be the only port in the storm. It is clean and safe. - cheldreth
Jul 2017 - $15.00
We've been at Firehouse RV Campground for almost 3 weeks now and will be here for a few more months. (Working temporarily in the area). Lots could use leveling, but overall not terrible. Great water. There is a bathroom/shower house with card/keys to get in. Also laundry facility. (did not use either of these). My only complaint is the cell & internet service, but this is not the fault of the RV park. Service is lousy all over the area. Quite often, the RV park wifi is even better than our own Mifi. If you're looking for a "garden spot" to stay, this is not it. If you're looking for a manager on-duty to hang out with, this is not the place. This is an adequate RV park, run by a fireman. It is quiet. Sits behind the Fire Station, in between a cemetery and a funeral home, but you're not even aware of these things. Profits go to help the volunteer fire dept. I do not know the nightly rate. $460/month. A lot of longer term/temporary working people here. We have only heard the fire siren 3 or 4 times in the 3 weeks we've been here. Haven't heard a train whistle yet, just the high pitched squeal of the wheels off and on, but nothing that is bothersome. Within less than half a mile there is a small local grocery store, a post office, a small convenience store that sells both gas and diesel fuel. About 10 minutes to I-79 and Waynesburg, which has several restaurants and a Walmart. (Although the Walmart is well hidden and not found when looking on their web page for local Walmarts). Pittsburgh is about 50 miles north. Staying here in a 41' 5th wheel, with 2 vehicles. - Marty O
Jun 2013 - $35.00
Never again! Terrible. In the rear parking lot of a firehouse. Siren went off about once an hour all night. Nearby train whistle all day and all night. To get there, the roads were narrow and twisty. Lots of workers (linemen, oil workers, etc.) with their families. Semi-permanent. - mrpeepers
Jun 2013 - $30.00
The campground is about eight miles from I-79 through the rolling hills of PA, not a problem getting there but it is not your typical highway campground. The park is located behind and run by the local volunteer fire department and staying here helps support the fire department. Our site was near the end of the lot and slopped some. The loose gravel. slope, and recent rains made it difficult to level but we made do, as it was simply an overnight stop for us. Some sites are paved and more level, there are even some pull-thru sites. There are no facilities or activities as this is a simply an area to park your RV. Many of the sites had long-term residents who are working in the area. - Dave Hole
May 2015 - $20.00
Be advised that the campground will be on a first come, first served system (and might even be closed altogether) starting June 1, 2015 for much needed repairs and upgrades. $20 per night (regularly $24 per night before senior citizen discount) was for a needed-leveling (6" on our right side) gravel/grass site. We did have 50-amp electric service and there was water available a few sites away. Be warned about the almost backward turn you will have to make to access the road to the campground if you come from the park office. We unhooked our tow vehicle in the park office parking lot and, even then, after pulling all the way to the right before attempting the left turn, we still had to back up once before completing the turn. The surrounding area was mowed grass with a wooden picnic table and fire ring. There were loads of trees in the campground providing shade for most of the day. The perimeter of the campground has been left to return to nature so there were loads of trees, plants (including milkweed for the monarch butterflies and other flowering plants for other butterflies) and abundant wildlife. The night sky is very dark so the stars are brilliant when they peek through the treetops. This campground is located miles from the nearest city so come prepared with supplies. AT&T service was two bars of 4G LTE using our booster and Verizon service was one bar of 1X. We received six over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
Oct 2010 - $18.00
Quiet and isolated. Drive in could be a problem for bigger units. Campsite is on top of a small round top hill. There was a trail that circles the campsite that was actually the boundary between the hunt-no hunt areas of the park, in other words it was the firing line. We passed a couple of hunters during our evening hike. Enjoyed our stay but we were really glad the park office had flush toilets and hot water. - buzzards27
Oct 2017 - $25.00
Had trouble finding somewhere to stay near Fairmont, finally found this place listed on the Marion County website. A little hard to find - the street address comes up several blocks away so use the GPS coordinates. The RV park is part of an apartment complex, to get to the RV park you drive up a hill to the top of the property. It's setup for longer term stays but they do accept short term visits. There are two places to park, both flat and completely open gravel drives. The upper lot is surrounded by trees on two sides with a nice grassy area on the third side. So no privacy. Water/electric hookup is in between each site so sometimes might be on the other side to your connections. The lots are 30 feet from sewer hook up to sewer hook up. We enjoyed staying here. It's rural so no city noise, yet not so far from downtown Fairmont or I-79 access that it was inconvenient. We drove to Pricketts Fort in 25 minutes & the Whitehall general area is less than 10 minutes. Lots are wonderfully flat, water hook up is underground. There is a basketball court, covered pavilion and playground. No bath house or laundry facilities. Had good interactions with the people here. Everyone seems to clean up after their dogs & they're all leashed. There are a few long term people here and they keep their spaces tidy. We would stay here again. - inetelle
Jul 2018 - $25.00
Nice park once you get to it. The road in from I-68 is very narrow with NO shoulders and drop offs can cause damage, so slow down and don't drift off the road. Tried to call the CG to check on availability but call always went to voice mail and no one called back. Luckily there was room when I arrived. Hosts were friendly and helpful. - jnateg
Oct 2017 - $26.00
We were looking for a CG that would be convenient to hiking in the area. We're self contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed on weeknights in late October in a 25 foot MH. McCollum/CRSF CG is a nice small campground. Off season senior rates are $14 for WV residents, $25.20 for non-residents. The sites are arrayed on a forested hillside and most are good sized with electric and gravel parking pads. A few sites are level, most need some leveling. As others have noted, many of the back in sites are reversed so you need to drive the wrong way on the one way road. The CG is small and easy to walk through to find the best approach to a site. There are a few pull throughs and pull overs. There are trees to provide shade and some privacy. The sites on the outer ring are most private. The showers could use some TLC, however were clean with ample hot water. Theres a laundry room which we did not use. Water and dump are near the entrance. There's usable ATT and no Verizon cell coverage in the CG. There's Verizon coverage at the Coopers Rock Overlook. The road to the CG is narrow and windy. There was a ~35 class A with a toad in the CG. - dsvt
May 2017 - $26.00
State Forest campground with electric at site. Fresh water located at Office area. Staff drove me to the site to see if the RV would fit. Had to return to the entrance to turn around because we went the wrong way to get the RV into the site. Beautiful location and plenty to do in and near the campground. Restroom could use some TLC but were cleaned multiple times during the day. Will return on our next visit. - Outwest63
Aug 2019 - $44.00
Three miles off highway on a very rough road. The campground road entering and leaving was not friendly to big rigs. There was no WiFi, no dog park, and could not use our satellite. - Fulltimersrv
Nov 2018 - $33.00
No restrooms, showers, etc. were available as advertised. No mention of that at checkin. The two restroom/shower facilities present were locked closed. We only used electric hookup. Unsure if water was even available.
Offer of cash discount with no receipt was fishy.
Would not attempt to enter camp facility in large motor home. Only bad experience in 3-day travel thru this beautiful state. - Bob West
Sep 2018 - $40.00
When we called to reserve a site for a one night stopover we asked several questions including do you have any satellite friendly sites? They said yes. When we arrived we were told that there were none that would work. That was true. We were promised a full hook up site. When we arrived we were told that none of the full hook up sites were level. So we agreed to a water and electric site that was supposed to be level. Not so. It was a back-in on the edge of a ravine. I raised the back of the coach as far as I could but we were still nose high. Then I put large rocks behind all the tires to keep out of the ravine. There is no wifi or cable TV. Several "over the air" channels are available. The restrooms are not clean. When I attempted to move the picnic table closer to the coach a rotted top board came off in my hand. Not a place we will stay again. - Geodoc
Nov 2018 - $24.00
A wonderful place to stay. The staff is very friendly and helpful . The showers are the cleanest I've ever seen and heated. I stayed early November 2018 Very convenient to amenities in the Cheat Lake region and Morgantown. Would be tight for motor homes over 32'. I will definitely be coming back. - C130 NAV
Aug 2018 - $24.00
Hard to rate for RVs. Would be a 2 or 3 if you are large (Class A or towing a long trailer)--don't try it unless you are very comfortable driving on small roads. 1.5 mile narrow road to park with no shoulder is a nail biter even in a smaller RV. Sites in Loop E are all angled backwards with no place to turn around to orient your rig correctly to back into your site. Loop D has a few sites that are more big-rig friendly and easier to access. But Loop D has no shower house or flush toilets (there is an outhouse near loop D entrance). From perspective of smaller RVs who are looking for a reasonably priced campground (E/W $24/night if stay more than one night, otherwise $28) in gorgeous wooded setting and convenient to I-68, this is a beautiful park. Was able to get into site in E loop with 25 foot motorhome (which is where the one shower house is located) by using empty site across from me to turn around. It would have been a lot more challenging otherwise. Sites are well shaded. Over-the-air TV antenna picked up plenty of Pittsburg stations. Verizon signal no good, but office has public wifi that is decent. Hopefully they work on their campground roads soon. They were dirt and stone/rock and very bumpy, with deep pits and gullies from heavy rains. Also, be aware that the dump station is down past Camp Loop E - not on the way in or out for either of the RV loops, but closer to E. - aowcarol
Sep 2017 - $24.00
We were planning to stay here one night on our way east, but our truck broke down, so we were here in our 26' travel trailer, while it was being repaired. Other reviews will give you more details about the campground.
The campground is lovely and the showers are clean and extremely nice, but our primary experience was with the great staff, who did all they could to help us and even stopped by our campsite to check on us. Price is $28 for one night, but $24 if you stay multiple nights, so we paid $48 for two nights. - SheriRS