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6 RV Parks near Coal Fork, West Virginia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Coal Fork. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Coal Fork in the left hand column.
Jul 2011 - $25.00
This is a beautiful campground located just outside of Charleston. It is very primitive and offers 20 amp electric and water hookups. The sites are designed for smaller pop-ups and trailers. Be aware that this campground is difficult to get to and you need to follow the state forest signs and not your GPS. The road to the campground is very narrow and steep. They do not recommend traveling with anything over 25'. On the way out the GPS took us a different route that contained very steep switch backs. There is no cell phone service in this campground and we had to drive to the entrance of the State Forest (4.7 miles) in order to make calls. - Popupcampers
Aug 2017 - $30.00
You text Lazy K your information after you phone and request a reservation. Requested and was confirmed a pull thru, we got a back in. The tree obstructions on Blue Creek Rd and New Hope are numerous. Your turn onto a dirt road which isn't well maintained and is one way for an RV. The signage is almost non-existent, no office to check in with, no paper work of any kind, single road in and out and you will have to turn around, one dumpster at the entrance, no TV of any kind, most patrons are living there full time, looks nothing like the web site pictures and the campground is anything from vast. No one is there to tell you your campsite. We phoned and spoke with the owner who said we weren't expected. After disconnecting our car we attempted to turn around because the owner was giving us wrong directions on the phone. This was really fun on a single road in the trees. The next day early afternoon we get a knock on the door it's the owner looking for payment. I requested the amount he wanted -I was told it was $30 a night and he said $25. Once you get through the process of getting settled the scenery is pretty and it's very quiet. When we left I had to drive out in the car to block the way so my husband could get the motor home out- no room for a passing car. - CCS
Jul 2018 - $1.00
We had a hard time believing "free" and we learned there is something to the saying "you get what you pay for". Had we been able to secure a spot, I might have given an extra point. However, it appears the city has forgotten about this little diamond in the rough. They also don't enforce their 2 day maximum stay rule. One older class A looked like it had put down roots. I wish I could say the best things in life are free but not so in this case. Keep on driving! Verizon 4 bars LTE. - Nickncacki
Jul 2018 - $1.00
It's free! There are ONLY 3 sites in the park. The first night I parked in the park parking lot and found a plug at the power distribution panel to get electric. The water was turned off because the faucet broke recently and hasn't been repaired yet. They turned the water off to the entire park because of this broken faucet. Recent rains caused a large puddle behind the last site that made plugging into the electric post very tricky. Noise from the road isn't too bad after midnight but starts back up early in the morning. The campground is overly lit by street lights. Constant stream of locals playing tourist thru the CG. - jnateg
Oct 2015 - $0.00
This is an excellent stop over for a night or two. We came expecting to leave a donation in the box but the donation box had tape over it. A policeman drove through and I asked him about it. He notice the taped-over box but said he didn't know anything about it and didn't seem interested. During summer a 2 night max is enforced and maybe the drop box is working. This time of year we were told you can stay longer. There is a dump station and fresh water as you come in. There are 3 pull-through sites which can handle at most a 32 ft unit. Each with 15 & 30 amp plugs. There seem to be more open area on the other side of the park for larger units with 2 or 3 electric outlets.
The only negative is the 4 lane divided highway in front of where you park, but it does quiet down at night. The view of the river on the other side is beautiful.
HikingRooster reports:The other units reported on the other side of the park are in the marina and are not for public use. The city uses those spots to park special use vehicles. - k m m
Oct 2018 - $20.00
We pulled in without a reservation, luckily there was a site available due to a cancellation! We stayed overnight in a pull through site with FHU. very relaxing and beautiful setting. - Lorie Lee Spark2skip
Jul 2018 - $20.00
Basic campground, beautiful lake, gravel pad, good utilities. There must be a leak with the water, there was a lot of mud and puddles in the grassy area. The pad was a bit short for our 30' motorhome, we had to park at the road edge. The bathrooms need an update and some carpentry work. Otherwise a nice place. Peaceful and quiet. There is a beautiful pond for fishing. - esta34950
Sep 2017 - $36.00
We have stayed at this campground several times. All the other times we had good sites. This time our site was not the most desirable because it was shorter than our trailer/truck, though we did not end up unhitching. We did stick out a bit but we were not on a busy road. All services were fine except Internet as it was too far from the main line. The chapel is really charming next to the pond. - twotimes
Jul 2017 - $28.00
The sites with sewer hookup are occupied by permanent residents. The other 1/2 dozen are water/elec. with a large grassy area for primitive camping. This campground is all about location. It has a public access point for the Little Coal River that is heavily used by kayakers and the occasional swimmer. Until Fall of 2015 it was a primary campground for users of the Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail system. The trails in this area were closed and the campground has declined since. The laundry and camp-store are closed and the owner is generally only reachable by phone. - Appleknocker
Sep 2018 - $31.00
This was a one night stay (half way home) stop and relax. The campground is small but has a beautiful lake view for some of the camp spots. The spots that are closer to the highway are noisy with trucks, motorcycles etc. Our spot was muddy, high grass, yes and no picnic table, we are thinking another site took the table since we came in late since other sites had them. The owner stated someone was in our spot for a month and apologized for not mowing it. Owner very nice and If I were to stay again I would want a lake view as its very beautiful. I would recommend maybe adding gravel to the sites to assist with mud after rainfalls. - Jaretaz
Aug 2018 - $30.00
A few campsites that parallel the river are outstanding. The rest are extremely close together and are gravel, grass and mud. This is a very scenic area close to many kayak/ canoe, 4-wheeling/dirt biking and mountain biking/ hiking venues. The campground is right on US 60 and across the river from a busy rail line. It is noisy 24/7 and we only stay here to visit friends and relatives in the area. - Appleknocker
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Not a fancy park, but the views on the river and the canyon are incredible. Would have rated this higher but it is noisy because of the big trucks on the road. There seems to be more long-term tenants than the year before but they mainly occupy sites right next to the road, where a traveler would not want to be. The turn into the park is very tight and for a larger rig, I would recommmend disconnecting in one of the pullouts by Gauley Bridge. This is a very charming area. When we were there, maybe because of the drought, the New River had a lot of algae growning on the park side but there was no odor. Trains are on the other side of the river but no whistles are blown. One problem I can see developing, are the 20 are so "fishing cabins" across the river. I am told the owners are squatting on railroad land but pay a lease to the railroad and are allowed to stay. The only way to reach them is by boat. While we were there, one occupant had a big party, lit up his place with a generator, and was blasting loud music. I am told nobody can stop them since they are squatters and there is no road to the cabins. It was only a problem for that night, but I can see it getting worse in time. lots to do in the area, however. Only several spaces allow parking parallel along the river. - elduque