Campground Reviews is now Available through the RV LIFE App on iPhones, iPads, and Android Devices.
Click Here to learn more.
6 RV Parks near Stonewood, West Virginia
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Stonewood. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Stonewood in the left hand column.
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
May 2017 - $25.00
Very beautiful lake. However, to be a state Park you would think they would spend some money & make it more modern& user friendly - johnjoseph
Sep 2010 - $23.00
This is a very pretty place but NOT suited for Rv's over 35 feet. They took my reservation for my 40 foot 3 slide fifth wheel and when I got there I knew right away someone made a mistake. I got it in there but because of trailer size and site layout there was no way to level or be comfortable. These are primitive camping sites with 30 amp electric and water available. Limited cell phone service 1 TV channel and no Internet. If you like primitive camping this is a beautiful place. NOT big rig friendly. I had to move to a different campground and they did refund me for the unused days. I would recommend this for weekend camping trips. - rvman
Apr 2019 - $30.00
Called ahead and discussed cell service & rates and made a reservation the same day of arrival. This is a nice campground if you're passing through and need a place overnight. Its a little tight for larger rigs. The campsite is a thin campground with one row of campers, a road, and a long thin pond. The campground has a fish tournament for kids which I thought was great. Its not much to write home about with several long term gas company worker campers which were some of the nicest people. There are a couple of rabbits running loose which is neat. Sites are water and electric, there is a dump station for a fee and firewood is $7 for a small bundle of pine. The workers are friendly and the store is well stocked. We did not use the bath house so I dont know their status. There is WiFi at the store which is a short walk from all the sites. - WVLandman
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Our site was easily accessible and very clean. The section we were in only had a few other campers, so it was quiet and peaceful for the most part. (With the exception of the drunk arguing neighboring campers at 11 pm Saturday evening. Not the campground's fault).
We were satisfied with our first stay here. Our 3 kids loved fishing in the pond. Would definitely come back again for a short weekend stay as this is only about an hour from our home. - CampSwiger
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We were thrilled with the friendly, helpful staff. This campground took me back to the days of my childhood where camping wasn't just like being at home but in a different locale. It had it's primitive charms, which we just loved. There were no sewers but that was well made up for by the beauty we woke to every morning. We were greeted by lots of wildlife each day.The site was a good size for our 32 ft 5th wheel camper with plenty of room for our 3 slides. The country store was great for our needs and a few gifts. We are looking forward to returning to this quiet, peaceful retreat. - Cricket Camper
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
May 2019 - $58.00
The park was clean, quiet, and a place we will visit again! Be sure to bring support/stabilizer boards in case your site is not level. Our front was pretty much on the ground and our back end needed 2 boards to level out. - A Tale of Two Glampers
Aug 2018 - $57.00
My perspective is that of a traveler with a 40' motorhome. This is a very nice campground with lots of amenities including golf course, beautiful lake with swimming, fishing and boating, resort restaurants, playgrounds, tennis courts, and more. Previous posts reflect the reviews primarily of "campers" and they are for the most part accurate and relevant, so I won't repeat all the fine attributes. However, I won't give the review a "ten" for the following reasons. 1) The majority of sites are only 30 amp with very few 50 amp services available. 2) although the sites are paved, many could be more level front to back. 3) Access with big rigs is tight but doable without tree damage if careful. 4) The entrance guard shack is very tight for 40' MH with toad. Although I called ahead and had a reservation, the attendant did not have a record and because it is single lane, I had several vehicles backed up behind me because they could not go around due to single lane access. I had to pull ahead and park off the road and hike back to the shack. It happens, but they really could easily make room by moving dividers to allow folks to pass by. 5) For a state park the cost is much higher than it should be. This is a premium rate for top locations anywhere in the country and although it's a very nice facility, it certainly doesn't rank this rate. 6) Check-in requires signature and initialing several documents including a "contract doc" which I found very cumbersome and overkill for a campground. All that said, this truly is a very nice facility and I would return here. But it really is better suited for family camping rather than for an overnight stay while traveling. - homey
Jun 2018 - $57.00
This is a well maintained, neatly designed campground with a nice "camping" feel to it despite the paved parking pads and full hook-ups and other nice amenities. The RV sites are large although not particularly private in any way. Each RV site has well located utilities placement, a large gravel table, chair, canopy and activity area with properly useful fire rings place away from the parking pads, and each site has its own trash receptacle (so you need not walk to a central dumpster - nice). Only about 8 sites presently have 50 amp electric service, the rest are 30 amp. Water quality is very nice and water pressure runs a bit on the high side so use a regulator. Sewer connections all seem close to the pads and the openings low to the ground, making for good connection and draining. Many sites have very nice views out over the lake, especially those along the northwest side of the peninsula that defines the campground area. These same sites have easy access to the lake shore for launching kayaks, canoes, floats, etc. and there are many mooring posts for boats, all within the campground. There are several tenting sites, too, built along the southeast shore of the peninsula with great views out over the lake. All of these sites have large and level wooden platforms for tents, picnic tables, fire rings, and great shade. The drawback is they are down a significant slope through the woods (can be slippery when wet) and they are quite a distance from the nearest bathhouse facilities and some 200 feet or more from parking. This is a resort so there are many wonderful entertainment amenities, although most are some distance away from the campground. There is a free and very prompt shuttle that will take campers right from their sites to any location on the resort grounds. Use of the very nice pool and other activities requires a daily pass per site that currently costs $15, but it covers your entire party for a day. Too many things to cover here. See their Web site. - sandean