Trout Pond Campground
West Virginia’s only natural lake, Trout Pond, is a water-filled sinkhole amid some of the state’s prettiest countryside. This forest service recreation area was tastefully integrated into the setting. There are fun things to do here. The facilities are clean and well maintained, especially the campground. Once here, you will agree this corner of the Mountain State is worth at least one weekend of your life. Trout Pond Campground is situated on a mountain flat in a pretty dry forest of oak, hickory, dogwood, and a few pine trees. Many small trees and brush give the campground a feel of being gently set into the woods as opposed to bulldozing a campground area, laying out campsites, then planting a few trees to make the camping area look like it is in a forest. Some campgrounds are built this way. Not this one.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Campsites||16 electric sites, 34 nonelectric sites; Fee $17 per night nonelectric, $20 per night electric|
|Season||Open late April through late November|
|Camp Elevation||2,100 ft|
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