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Old 09-16-2013, 05:33 PM   #1
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I am looking for a good overnite c/g while traveling thru West Virginia to Ohio.The night stop will be after leaving Charlotte N.C. earlier that day.

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I am looking for a good overnite c/g while traveling thru West Virginia to Ohio.The night stop will be after leaving Charlotte N.C. earlier that day.

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Lots of luck in W.V. We travel I 77 3-4 times a year. If you don't have a big rig Rippling Waters is OK. Other wise go to rest area in Beckley. Rich
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Agree the rest area/travel plaza (just below the Tamarack) at Beckley is a good overnight stop. Or, you can go to the next exit north and head back into town a bit (only 3 -4 miles) and there is a Walmart on the left. We've overnighted there a couple of times and always hit the Bob Evans for breakfast in the AM .
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What is it with WV? We traveled through on I-79 once. Beautiful interstate, no traffic at all. Unfortunately, no campgrounds either. The one we found at some state park was horrible.
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If you want a CG, I would suggest Camp Creek. Easy to get a coach in, but only 30A (at least not when we were there several years ago). If you want to get north of Charleston, I'd suggest Rippling Waters Church of God CG. They've got some decent pull-thrus in the front. It's back a windy road (typical for WV) but it's quiet. If you just want to boondock, stay at Tamarak but stay at the top in their parking lot (they have a parking lot specifically for RV's - look for the signs), not at the bottom in the truck plaza. It's much quieter up top & you can park next to an edge where you can put a slide out.


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