Camp Creek State Park and Forest
Camp Creek State Park and Forest is 5,000 acres of southern West Virginia that is often passed by for other, better-known attractions in the area. Some visitors camp here because it is 2 miles off I-77. There is no doubt that it is a good place to stop on the way to somewhere else, yet it is a worthy destination in its own right. The state park has adequate facilities to keep any tent camper happy. The state forest offers glimpses into a changing landscape that was once farms but is now scientifically managed for wildlife and timber enhancement. Many old roads, now gated, provide mountain bikers and hikers with a chance to enjoy this forest. The Blue Jay Campground, near Campbell Falls, is a shady retreat any tenter would proudly call home. There are actually two campgrounds here: Mash Fork and Blue Jay.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Camp Creek|
|Campsites||26 electric sites, 12 nonelectric; Fee $16 per night electric, $11 per night nonelectric|
|Season||Open year-round (Blue Jay); April 1 through November 1 (Mash Fork)|
|Camp Elevation||2,000 ft|
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