An excellent over nighter when traveling through Kansas. Very easy access on and off I-70. Big level pull-through sites. Shade or sun. Electric and water (dump available in front of bathrooms) in a very nice setting of huge trees lakeside. All this for 15 bucks!
Nice friendly staff. Huge park with many seasonal sites occupied. Dirt roads (no gravel) are rutted badly in places. Electric and water are shared between sites. Extra cord and hose are needed for many sites. Extra charges if you use your A/C or have more than two people. The "fishing lake" is not exactly as advertised either. Park has lots of potential but in bad need of a little maintenance.
Very unique views from this campground. Overlooking the city in one direction and beautiful mountain views behind you. Nice level concrete pads with all hook-ups in the proper places. Good spacing between sites. As all other have said; This is a very, very nice state park.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Clean park with full hook ups. Lady at check-in was very polite and helpful with any questions we had about the area. Wi-Fi worked well. No shade made a very hot stay in July. Sites are extremely close together. Your neighbors sewer is practically under your picnic table. Sites were so close we had to back out of our pull through site to leave. Given just a little more room this would be a nice place to stay. Too close as is.
Beautiful, well kept park. Plenty of space between sites and most all were heavily shaded. Our only complaint was the electric utilities are placed too close to the site making it difficult to get the slide outs out without putting your awning in the trees. Many pull-through sites are sloped front to rear. Higher elevations means cooler temps than surrounding areas so take warm clothes in fall. Excellent summertime temps though. No TV stations or internet is fine with us. We were here for the great outdoors. Very close to the best hiking WV has to offer and plenty of nearby streams for fishing. Great place to ride your bike as well.
Excellent State Park. Large spacious sites. Your choice of wooded or open sites. 30 amp electric only but fresh water available in park and two dump stations. Park has swimming pool, lake, paddle boats/canoes, trout stream, hiking, mountain bike trails and a working grist mill. Great location for area rafting, fishing, zip lines.
Very nice clean and wooded park. All other campground restrooms/showers should be judged against this park. Larger sites than most KOA's but some were still rather small. Pool, game room, firewood, laundry, propane, etc. This is also very much a transient park. Lots of over-nighters so choose your site wisely. Stay far away from the pull through sites 52-58 unless you are a one nighter and moving on the next morning at 6AM. An unbelievable amount of units were in and out of these 7 sites during our 3 night stay. Site location is extremely important at this park. Unfortunately, we were not in a good one.
Summersville Lake is the main attraction here. Unfortunately, the nearest access is several miles away. The grounds are well kept and restrooms were clean. Roads were all gravel and majority of sites required several leveling blocks. There is no shade for 95% of the RV sites. 90+ degree heat in the boiling sun without water access is not our idea of good camping. Tent sites were well shaded. Lots of traffic noise on weekday mornings but quieter on weekends. No dump station available.
Very busy campground on the weekends. Mostly families with kids running, playing and bike riding as kids should do. Blacktop roads and fairly level sites. Many sites are small; choose wisely if you have a big rig. Nice mixture of shaded and open sites but very few with any privacy. Some water and electric hookups are in odd positions so bring extra cord and hose. The constant noise from traffic and the rock quarry next door is as loud as others have stated.