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Old 07-17-2012, 02:23 PM   #1
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WE are in va on our way to cleveland ohio. I need to stop in w va but don't want to drive more than 3 hours from va to get there. Anybody know of a campground up the road.
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The following link is very good for locating a cg on your propose route.
RV Park Reviews :: Home Click on the state than anytown that may show up on your proposed route. Cg's shown will have ratings by previous customers.
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If you are going north on I-77, you have Rippling Water Campground In Kenna, WV. this is just north of Charleston. It is a nice place to stop off for a few days. Full hook-ups. Their phone number is 304-988-2607
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Do you need a CG or just a stop over for a few hours zzzzz's? If you just want to catch some sleep on the way through WV, The Tamarack in Beckley allows overnight RV parking. When getting off at the Tamarack exit, go to the top - not the lower area where the truck stop is - & on the left side of the actual Tamarack building is an RV parking lot (it has signs). If you get there before they close, just go inside & let someone from security know you're there.

If you can do w/just w/e, Camp Creek SP - about half way between the WV/VA border & Beckley is really nice. Easy maneuvering with a coach & toad.

Rippling Waters is a decent place if you want hook ups. You'll go back a ways on a narrow WV rural road, just go slow. Nothing much to look at, although there is a very pretty pond w/little white church on the premesis, but they do have about 10 fhu pull-thru's at the front just for overnighters.

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