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2 RV Parks near Middlebourne, West Virginia
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Middlebourne. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Middlebourne in the left hand column.
May 2009 - $15.00
This is a basic park with a friendly staff. The park is basically a large grassy field next to a river. The electric hookups are for 30 and 20 amp service only. The sites are very long and can accommodate any size rig. The paved road from Route 18 is a little rough, but adequate. The park does not have paved roads but we had no problem even tho it was raining. The electric box for two sites only had one 30 amp and two 20 amp plugs so if you are parked next to another camper you may not have 30 amp available. The WIFI worked great with no problems. Our rooftop satellite dish worked fine since there are no trees on the RV sites. As mentioned, this is a basic RV park but at $7.50/night (Passport America) it is a bargain. The only place we have ever found for less is Walmart and they do not offer water, electric, WIFI, and a place to dump your tanks. We would definitely stop here again if in the area. - rgatijnet
Aug 2015 - $20.00
We stayed in the older River Run campground. The staff was very helpful and friendly. 30amp, fill up water tank when you enter, and dump station on way out. Sites were mostly shaded, some needed a bit of leveling. Great play area for kids. Easy access to the Rail Trail, and lots hiking, and biking paths. The signed access road (ST RT 31) is a real "NAIL BITER" with a lot of switch backs and deep ditches. We came in this way from the west. RT 16 south from ST RT 50 to Harrisville is defiantly the way to go. Much newer and wider road. We would stay again. we stayed in a travel trailer. - Jeff Jangerous
Oct 2011 - $23.00
North Bend State Park has two distinct campgrounds, Cokeley and River Run. Cokeley is newer and is in an open field with little to no trees. We stayed at River Run which is a few miles down the road. River Run is a great family campground with many sites that border the river. There is a newer playground for the kids and easy access to the North Bend Rail Trail system. It sits back in the woods so most of the sites are shaded. It seemed as though most of the sites along the banks of the river needed some sort of leveling while the sites in the main center section were fairly level. There is one restroom/shower house for the park which is dated but clean. It is secluded as we did not have any cellphone or internet access anywhere in the park. We were advised by several different park staff to avoid the Google directions to the park (which had us enter through the town of Cairo) and instead go through Harrisville. Apparently there are several nasty turns that we avoided by going this route. The campground staff were great. Overall, my family and I had a great time and we would recommend this park if you want to get away from it all for a little while. - punkaccountant
Sep 2011 - $23.00
This could be such a nice park, but ,many loud and rude campers ruined it for us. During our visit it was a very loud and busy park by day, and the noise carried on into the night. Even the park rangers were noisy (they emptied the trash after dark). People seemed to just "cruise" the campground in cars, some of them driving too fast considering there were so many children out. Our site was flooded with light from the showers and the ugly glow of a Pepsi machine. Many of the RVers had bright lights on, making such a pretty and remote place seem like a night in the bright and noisy city. The playground was very new and quite nice. It was one the nicest we have seen in our travels. Our campsite was situated on the river, which was very nice. - Accidental RVer