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7 RV Parks near Romney, West Virginia
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
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 2006 - $15.00
This is our third season camping at Milleson's and we love it. We have a season lease and we try to come every weekend. The management and staff are very helpful and friendly. There are many activities planned for the children. If I were to suggest anything, it would be to schedule a few activities for the adults, like music entertainment, karaoke or such. - csummerlin
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Nov 2016 - $60.00
Go in with the right expectations, this is NOT an RV park. They have fixed up the road going in but it is at least a mile or more of a rough gravel road. We camped closer to the "off season", the site we had was unlevel, difficult to get our fifth wheel level. There is shared water, fortunately there was no one else on the next site so we could stay hooked up to the water. No sewer or sewer dump. The previous patrons had moved the stone fire ring and picnic table, we had to move both (the fire ring stone by stone) in order to get our camper placed along the hook ups. There is no cell phone service. This is more of a "natural outdoorsy" campground. There were some nice amenities. We went for the ATV trails. However, it was expensive compared to other trail systems. There are a variety of trails, from super rocks to climbs to mud. Jeep trails too. They have a large pond that you can kayak, canoe, swim. Lots of room to walk around and explore. I had read reviews that the staff was rude. We experienced very pleasant and helpful staff. This would be a great place for tent camping, unsure if there are showers and actual flushable bathrooms though. Definitely a country feel and nice escape from people. - WVSunshine
Jun 2016 - $44.00
I wasn't sure what to expect when I made a 2 night reservation at The Cove. I had read mixed reviews And my nephew and my girlfriend, who both accompanied me on this trip, were not that impressed. However, I saw a diamond in the rough here. Below are my pros and cons:
Pros- Sportsman's Paradise. If you shoot, fish, ATV, hike, jeep or snow tube, this place is for you. Pristine settings between 2 mountain ranges with crystal clear lakes and ponds. Close to Tuscarora/Great Eastern Trail.
Cons- Our site wasn't quite level. The water spigots are shared. The entrance road is not for the faint of heart or those who are very fussy about their vehicle.
So being an outdoorsman I really liked this campground and may return some day. - User3064
May 2010 - $40.00
Our favorite park by far. In the mountains, out of the way and "rustic". Staff are very friendly and helpful and not there to deny anyone a good time that aren't bothering others. We stayed TWICE this summer! - Jdawg and G unit
Aug 2017 - $99.00
Very nice cabins. Fully furnished, just bring bedding towels, toiletries and food. Quiet and relaxing. Kids loved mini golf, gem mining, river tubing and pool. Two boat ramps within 15 minutes for fishing and Parker Hollow lake half hour away. Best price in Petersburg Moorefield area. Quiet and secluded. - Richard Locke
Jun 2013 - $35.00
This is a fairly nice park, once you pass through the area of rundown mobile homes prior to the entrance, as mentioned previously. It is located about 30 miles from Romney, WV, where the Potomac Eagle train trip originates. It's about 1 hour and 15 minutes from the beautiful Blackwater Falls State Park. The full hookups include strong water and 50 amp service. Sites have fire pits, but no picnic tables, and they do sell firewood at the office. The Verizon signal was very weak, so we were thankful for the fast and reliable Wi-Fi they provided. Most of the short-term sites are on a level, gravel lot with good spacing between sites. There are a lot of permanent dwellers here, but their lots are clean and nicely landscaped. There is a nice walking trails that circles the campground and goes down by the river. Roads in the park are gravel, and there was a very low-hanging tree at the entrance that needed to be trimmed. I mentioned this to the manager and he claimed the state needs to cut it and should be out soon to do it. We were very busy on this stop and did not get a chance to check out the bathrooms or showers. Grocery stores and the nicest laundromat I've ever used can be found in the town of Moorefield, which is about 6 miles away. The staff was friendly and helpful. The remote location made this a very quiet place to stay. - LowesTravels
Sep 2012 - $30.00
A little out of town. Semi nice drive along the river. At the end of the road, prior to the RV park, a lot of run down mobile homes. Rather scary looking, but no problems. In hindsight, wish we had stayed in town at Wal-Mart. I would not stay again. - goldsp8