Campground and Campsite listings closest to Warm Springs, Virginia
McClintic Point - Warm Springs, Virginia
McClintic Point campground is located on Lake Moomaw in western Virginia. The 2530 acre lake has 43.5 miles of shore line, an average depth of 80 feet and a maximum …
Meadow Creek dispersed camping near Sherwood Lake. - White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
A series of dispersed campsites spread out along 8 miles of Lake Sherwood Rd leading up to Lake Sherwood Recreation Area.....NO facilities, but full Pay facilities at Sherwood Lake.
McClintic Point - Hot Springs, Virginia
This campsite is located within the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest's Warm Springs Ranger District.Most helpful reviewrubbertramps on June 22, 2017We don't normally pay for a campsite but this …
The Pines - New Castle, Virginia
Located in the Barbours Creek Wilderness Area at the base of Potts Mountain, the Pines is a campsite with 17 family camping sites and 4 camping units with space for …
Gathright WMA - Covington, Virginia
$4 per day for a day pass, $23 for a yearly pass, or one of the acceptable licenses/waivers. More information below. Located in Bath County and divided by Lake Moomaw, the …
Blowing Springs Campground - Warm Springs, Virginia
Location Located just off of Virginia Highway 39, this area offers a variety of camping situations. The lower portion of the campground is a mostly open grassy field with plenty …
Blue Bend Recreation Area - White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
$10/night Description: Constructed in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Blue Bend is in a rustic and beautiful setting along scenic Anthony Creek. The area serves both campers and …
Pocahontas Campground - Marlinton, West Virginia
Pocahontas Campground is a small campground with only 8 campsites located in a beautiful grove of white pine trees.Because of its close proximity to the main highway (located on Highway …
Hidden Valley Campground - Warm Springs, Virginia
Hidden Valley Recreation Area in the George Washington National Forest offers excellent fishing in the Jackson River for stocked and native trout and other cold water fish species. The 20 miles …
Poor Farm - Warm Springs, Virginia
Free Dispersed camping in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest's Warm Springs Ranger District. First come -> First Camped. Reservations not accepted.
North Creek Campground - Buchanan, Virginia
$10/night or $20 for the double site per night (maximum 12 people). Developed George Washington & Jefferson National Forests campground. Located along the edge of North Creek, this campground offers …
Goshen and Little North Mountain WMA - Lexington, Virginia
$4 per day for a day pass, $23 for a yearly pass, or one of the acceptable licenses/waivers. More information below. Goshen and Little North Mountain are primarily forested, being dominated …
Scotch Town Draft - Millboro, Virginia
This campsite is on national forest land, right up against the Cowpasture River. Campsite is located on the east side of the river on the north side of the roadway. …
Lee Hi Campground - Lexington, Virginia
Space available for Motor Homes, Trailers, and Tents. Paved entrance into the campground. Equipped with Dump Station and Bath House. Open Year Round! Showers, Laundry, and additional amenities are on …
Havens WMA - Roanoke, Virginia
$4 per day for a day pass, $23 for a yearly pass, or one of the acceptable licenses/waivers. More information below. Located in the Appalachian Highlands, this area has grown to …
Highland WMA (South) - Williamsville, Virginia
$4 per day for a day pass, $23 for a yearly pass, or one of the acceptable licenses/waivers. More information below. Highland Wildlife Management Area's three separate tracts of land—Jack Mountain, …
Day Run Campground - Marlinton, West Virginia
$8/night Description: This small campground includes 12 rustic campsites located along the scenic upper Williams River. Location: Located on Forest Road 86 via the Highland Scenic Highway (State Route 150), 4 miles …
Oronoco Campground - Vesuvius, Virginia
Just off of the Blue Ridge Parkway off of Route 60. There are two pit toilets in the campground but no other facilities. National Forest Campground.
Handley WMA - Marlinton, West Virginia
Handley WMA is a small campground located near the Scenic Highway and the Williams River bridge in Pocahontas county WV. Turn at the Williams River Bridge go right at the …
Tea Creek Campground - Marlinton, West Virginia
Tea Creek Campground is a rustic 28-site developed camping area located on Forest Road 86 via the Highland Scenic Highway (State Route 150) one mile north of the Williams River Bridge …
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