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Camp Creek State Park, Camp Creek

#29 of 48 in Nature in West Virginia
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Camp Creek State Park was created in 1987 by dividing the 550acre area from Camp Creek State Forest. Camp Creek State Park is located about two miles (3 km) from the Camp Creek Exit (Exit 20) of I-77 in Mercer County, West Virginia.Features 3 campgrounds Mash Fork - 26 camping sites for tents or trailers Blue Jay - 14 rustic sites Double "C" - Horse and Ride sites Fishing Hunting Horseback riding
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  • This a very peaceful park with mostly locals enjoying it. Has nice trails to hike, playgrounds for children. Little stream down the middle. Restrooms are close by in different areas of the park. I hav...  more »
  • This is a smallish state park just off I77 between Princeton and Beckley WV. While there isn't a lot to do it's a good place for a picnic, a family reunion or a party (nothing wild).  more »
  • Tiny pristine campground in a high walled valley. Paved, level RV sites. Restrooms rustic but clean. Electric and water on some sites, no sewer at site. Quiet, serene.  more »