What to See When You RV - West Virginia Edition

Posted on October 29, 2018

 

Not too many people think of West Virginia when they think of a tourist destination. However, this offbeat appeal is one of the key reasons to consider West Virginia for your next trip in an RV. When you explore West Virginia in a Class A motorhome or Class C, you can expect unending adventures at every turn. Just consider this list of must-see attractions when you use motorhomes to explore West Virginia.

Canaan Valley Resort State Park

Canaan Valley is a beautiful park, and the fact it is not visited heavily as other parks in the region means it is a better preserved. There is also less traffic here than in other parts of Appalachia. Do not let these facts make you think it will be a boring stop. To the contrary, Canaan Valley Resort has boundless opportunities for biking, horseback riding and hiking on scenic woodland trails. It is also close to Blackwater Falls, which is one of the best waterfalls in the region. Best of all, Canaan Valley is ready for RUV use. There are numerous paved campsites available, complete with full utility hookups. Comfort stations with heated water and laundry are available as well.

Summersville Lake Retreat

Summersville Lake is the quintessential place to experience West Virginia in a motorhome. Summersville takes full advantage of the lake, which is home to the only working lighthouse in the state. This is an excellent place for water activities in the summer. Try canoeing, kayaking or paddle boarding to start. You can also fish, swim or hike around the lake to appreciate the views. The park is within close distance of the mountains, and many people take a day trip over to New River Gorge National Park. If you come in your toy hauler, there are plenty of sites available. Full hookups, Internet access, playgrounds, and other amenities are included.

Pegasus Farm Campground

West Virginia has a strong history with the railroad industry. When you stay at Pegasus Farm Campground, you can explore that history for yourself. There are many rail trips offered in the area that seek to recreate the early days of railroad expansion. Cass Scenic Railroad, Greenbriar Valley Railroad, and the Tygart Flyer are all good options. The campground itself is perfect for your diesel or gas RV. The grounds feature rolling hills with a grass maze among other fun amenities.

Stonewall Resort

If you are looking for something upscale in your RUV, then try Stonewall Resort. This resort not only features beautiful landscapes, but it also offers deluxe amenities. You can enjoy the refined spa and delectable restaurants. The Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course is also nearby. For those who prefer the outdoors, the lakes offer opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming and more. When you book your campsite, you can upgrade to a resort pass for access to all the amenities at Stonewall. The extra cost is a worthwhile investment for a luxurious West Virginia getaway in your RV.

With so many fun destinations to choose from, you may want to extend your trip in West Virginia. Get your gas or diesel RV ready for adventure, and start your West Virginia vacation today.

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