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Old 09-04-2012, 09:09 PM   #1
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Camping in west Virginia off I 75

Where is a good camp site off I-77 in WA
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Old 09-04-2012, 09:19 PM   #2
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Ok, need a little clarification. I think you mean I-77 in WV, but you've put in I-75 in the title & also WA in the question so not sure exactly where you're wanting to be.

Also, if WV, where along the route & do you need a campground or just a parking lot to catch some zzzzz's?

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Yes I-77 thank you
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Since we don't have a location I'll suggest some starting south & working north you can choose from:
Camp Creek SP - Big rig friendly, beautiful state park
Huntington/Fox Fire KOA - haven't been there since it changed to a KOA. Probably more expensive now. Right next to I-77 so you'll have the interstate road noise but you can drown that out with your fans.
Rippling Waters Church of God - They've got about 10 pull thru's in the front that are level to leave your toad hooked. It's back a windy road, but a nice quiet campground.

There isn't anything decent north of Rippling Waters, IMO. You'd have to get into OH to the Gallia County fairgrounds for something remotely acceptable.

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Up near the Ohio/WV border, you can get off I77 onto Rt 50 to get to Mountwood Park Welcome to Mountwood Park
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Since we don't have a location I'll suggest some starting south & working north you can choose from:
Camp Creek SP - Big rig friendly, beautiful state park
Huntington/Fox Fire KOA - haven't been there since it changed to a KOA. Probably more expensive now. Right next to I-77 so you'll have the interstate road noise but you can drown that out with your fans.
Rippling Waters Church of God - They've got about 10 pull thru's in the front that are level to leave your toad hooked. It's back a windy road, but a nice quiet campground.

There isn't anything decent north of Rippling Waters, IMO. You'd have to get into OH to the Gallia County fairgrounds for something remotely acceptable.

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Foxfire is off I64
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Foxfire is off I64
Oops, that's right. Scrap that, it's too far out of the way from I-77.

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