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11 RV Parks near Fort Ashby, West Virginia
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fort Ashby. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fort Ashby in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $38.00
The '4' rating is based on the poor electrical service: with nothing running, volts upon plug in were 119 - 117 fluctuating. With AC in 30 amp motorhome, volts fell to 110 - 114. It was HOT on July 2 - 3 and air conditioning was a requirement. No way to shut off power prior to hooking up. Sewer easily accessed. Very close to coach so only needed to use one sewer hose. Screw-in connection. Otherwise, the back-in site (#17) was level and grassy. The owner personally led the way to the site and provided back-up assistance. The check-in area parking lot is not level. Check-in was easy: we were directed to the owner who dropped what he was doing and accommodated our request for a site with personal assistance. Water was shared with alternately-parked site via the use of a spigot two-way diverter. Water pressure just under 40 psi. The park was a bit buggy - use bug spray. There was the distinct aroma of dead deer near the stream (in area of bath house). - D-S
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Sep 2019 - $30.00
This campground is absolutely gorgeous for someone looking for peace & tranquility. You should know you will be going 'off grid" during your stay. No cell service, no TV channels, no internet. No water hook up but most sites have sewer & electric. Because it is also a working farm the road into the camp ground is a one way drive that is very bumpy. We measured the distance and it is almost exactly two miles of hard driving . We had to go 2mph the entire time to get thru to the campground. Be prepared to go slowly from the rough road and dust that kicks up EVERYWHERE. I dont know what a person does when another RV is coming from the opposite direction. We have a 5th and no way could have backed up. But once there, the scenic mountains and river were awesome. There are alot of full timers with run down RV's, but hey, they paid too I guess. All in all I would go back. Website photos are accurate. - WVnewbee
Jul 2008 - $27.00
First time at Milleson's and on the 4th of July weekend. There are lots of lease sites here but the sites around us were very nice people. We stayed riverfront with electric only for 4 nights with 2 other trailers. Bathrooms are old but they try to keep them clean (hard to do on a holiday weekend). The stars were plentiful and the eagle's were soaring overhead. - coper2k
Sep 2006 - $11.00
Passport America park with no restrictions on use of discount. Access road is 3 miles of hilly, winding, wooded gravel road that is sometimes one lane wide. Park is part of a working cattle ranch. Interior roads are rough and need work. Not all sites are numbered, but site map is accurate and easy to follow. The park is about 70% permanent trailer/camper sites. Since it is the end of the season, there aren't many people here during the week. We have been here for 10 days because it is quiet and peaceful. Large shade trees, but our site backs up to an open field. Satellite access is not a problem. We have phone with Verizon and are able to get a signal, but sometimes the signal is not perfect. The water has been unreliable - sometimes clear and sometimes brown. We were told it had a high iron content and was chlorinated. We use bottled water, but campground water is okay for showers. Campground has a laundry that needs updating. the regular sized washers and driers are not working but there is a commercial sized washer and dryer that worked well. The owner is extremely friendly and helpful. We have enjoyed our stay here. - cherlark
Jul 2017 - $32.00
A great small town campground by the river. Nice beach area for sitting in a chair (it is stones, not sand), having little ones play in the water (you need shoes, it's river rocks), GREAT water for kayaking. You can also tube down the river if you wish. You can fish with a WV fishing license (purchase online). They have ice and ice cream for purchase at the office. A play area for kids (unshaded), basketball court, horseshoes. They have a pavilion with Wifi, we had wifi service (light) at our campsite. The bathhouse is decent, it is older but very very clean (cleaned twice a day, and done thoroughly). They also have a soda vending machine at the bathhouse. They have great riverfront lots (tents only), w/e and w/e/s hookups for campers (or tents if you want). My one complaint, they added sewer to several rows of sites, those sites are so sporadic and tight compared to many others. The odd number sites 53-95 are new to have sewer. However, the sewer hookups are in the MIDDLE of many of the lots. One spot had a random sewer hookup with no water or electric hookup?? They are MUCH tighter than the w/e sites (even number 52-94). The sites 0-24 are full hookup much better placed sewer hookup (next to the water and electric) but are much smaller than the even numbered w/e sites. So, think about what is most important to you when you are reserving. They have a free boat ramp, many other free boat ramps to drop off nearby. 3 dump stations. Fire pits and picnic tables at most sites. Well trimmed mature trees. Smooth gravel roads. Pet friendly but, they have signs many places indicating "no pit bulls". A great value for a weekend in the "country". Please note: They only accept check or cash, NO DEBIT OR CREDIT. - WVSunshine
Oct 2019 - $12.00
We spent four nights at Rocky Gap State Park in Flintstone, MD in our 39' fifth wheel. This is a very nice state park but is not very suitable for big rigs. We had a pull-through site but there were low-hanging branches that made accessing the site very difficult. Then, when we left, we had to get assistance from the rangers to winch a large branch out of our path. We learned that it is against Maryland law to cut a live tree so that was not an option. As much as this is a campground that we liked, we would only return if we could reserve site #9. There is no water at the sites so make sure to bring your own. - Phil G
Jul 2019 - $16.00
Used our Maryland Golden Age Pass to get 1/2 price Sun-Wed. What a deal! Our site #24 was totally private - we couldn't even see our neighbors across the way, it was so densely wooded side to side. We did get some afternoon sun that peeked through a gap in the trees overhead. Some of the inner loop sites were shaded all day long...might opt for one of those next time. Most all campsites were nice & quite spacious. Bathrooms and showers clean and modern. We hiked the lakeside trail first day - easy and lovely; kayaked on Lake Habeeb the 2nd day ($10 rental for a tandem - another deal!) stopping at the resort for a cold beer to break up the kayak trip; and played golf the 3rd day (beautiful resort course - not terribly hard, just hilly). Short, easy hike to the swimming beach and boat rentals from our campground; many other hiking trails up the mountain that we did not have time to try. We are not gamblers so did not visit the casino, although many campers we talked to chose this campground for that very reason. - Debbie Collison
Oct 2018 - $14.00
We used the Golden Age pass to get 1/2 price camping Sunday - Thur. We stopped at the main gate to check in, but since it was off season there were no rangers on duty, but they did have a sign in sheet with a confirmation of our reservation. Even though no rangers were on regular duty, they did patrol the campground numerous times throughout the day. We booked site 23 in the Ash loop which is the only electric loop. The site backed into the wooded area, very roomy and very private with a nice path to the restroom and shower facilities. There was plenty of room in the pad area for our 15' teardrop and a 12 x 12 pop up canopy with additional seating around. The site was pretty level, only needed a thin strip of wood to level up under one side. Electric worked great, and the water spigot is very close if you need to get more water. The campground was not busy, mainly there were a lot of overnight campers. We had a regular family of 10 wild turkeys visiting our campsite and the neighboring sites throughout the park every morning and evening. Restrooms and showers were cleaned daily and were in good working order. We did walk around the campground and again scouted out different sites to stay in the future. We picked out site #14 for a future stay which is heavily wooded, backed into the woods and very roomy. The driveway is one of the few that are paved. The fire ring is outside of the camping pad which will give you even more room around your camping unit. See my comments October 2017 for additional reviews of the park and surrounding area. Looking forward to staying at Rocky Gap again, as I mention again that this is my favorite Md State Park. - Teardrop TAB320S owner
Aug 2019 - $45.00
Wonderful people, indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, beautiful hiking trails, good food, great value! - Tim_h
Aug 2018 - $48.00
This would be an ideal campground EXCEPT for the risk posed by an avoidable hazard. They know bears (plural) get into their dumpsters, but make no effort to enclose or lock them, and don't warn campers to avoid those areas at night. In fact, she chuckled and responded nonchalantly when told about our encounter. Other than that, it's a lovely, quiet campground with clean facilities, nice gravel roads and pads, and spacious sites. Just keep your kids and pets inside after dusk. And feel sorry for the bears, which will probably have to be destroyed after they become too habituated or, heaven forbid, hurt someone.
Follow directions on website, because GPS may lead you to Rice Rd. which is completely inappropriate for RVs. - Keeping up with the Joneses
May 2018 - $41.00
Stayed overnight due to heavy rain in the area. Site was long,level of compacted gravel. New owners are making nice improvement. Would stay again - maineman
Jul 2016 - $43.00
We stay here every year for a family reunion. It's secluded but close enough to Rocky Cap Casino and the city of Cumberland, MD. New owners have taken over this year and we already noticed improvements as soon as we drove in. They are campers themselves and are living onsite. I am looking forward to our next visit to see the changes. - jltreadwell
Oct 2016 - $18.00
Site was very large and private, surrounded by beautiful forest. Plenty of room for our pup, TV, pop-up gazebo, and gear. We were right in front of the bath house, which was convenient, but the light was pretty bright at night. We were also the closest site to the loop entrance, so we could hear some traffic along the main park road. Didn't bother us too much, but I imagine it would have been pretty noisy if we'd been there during peak summer season. Camping loop overall was nice and quiet, though; we had two neighbors while we were there, and barely saw nor heard anything from either of them.
This park is absolutely gorgeous. Easily the most beautiful MD State Park we've visited. Everything, from the forest, to trails, to lake, to Meadow Mountain, is a camper/outdoor enthusiast's dream. The fall foliage made everything even more beautiful. Apparently, the park is very popular amongst cross-country skiers in the winter, especially since they have full-service cabins and a warming hut by the lake. I'm not into cold weather at all, but I imagine I would love to spend a day by the lake in the summer time. Said lake area also has a concession stand, boat rentals, swimming beach, rec hall, and nature center, but these were all closed since we were there out of season.
Bath house in our loop was old and small, but kept very clean. I never used the shower, as it was too cold, but it looked adequate. LOTS of spiders, which don't really bother me, but definitely a nightmare for arachnophobes. We drove through the two other, non-pet-friendly loops, which were also beautiful. Sites were spacious and private, just like in our loop, but with the addition of tall pines. Saw mostly tent campers, and a few small TTs. - Jenventola
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Very nice park and a lot of friendly people. Stayed for the Halloween weekend with a lot of activities for the kids of all ages. Roads to the campsite are narrow. Do not follow your GPS. Follow the signs to the campground. Park is quiet, nice size spaces. Plenty of hiking trails. Pet-friendly. Will be returning for sure. - Gary J 17340
May 2015 - $40.00
This campground is far off the beaten path. The drive is 5 miles down a narrow and winding road. The campground is clean and is mostly used by locals who keep a seasonal trailer there. We stayed in a 25' travel trailer and I can't imagine anything larger negotiating the drive or the campground. But if you are passing thru and want to get off the beaten path, this is the place for you. It was wooded and quiet. - sara158
Jun 2011 - $35.00
We stayed here from Thursday to Sunday. The sites were wide and clean in the woods. The staff was great from check in to check out. We will come back. - southerncreed57