Camp in style with new WV State Park Tentrr sites
To camp or rent a cabin…
If you’ve ever been torn over deciding between these two options for your family vacation, you aren’t alone. If you’re like us and love the rustic nature of camping as much as you enjoy the comforts of staying in a cabin, then we’ve got a solution for you. This summer, several West Virginia state parks are offering all-new campsites that provide a rustic camping experience with some of the comforts of a cabin getaway.
These new campsites, located at Blackwater Falls State Park, Cacapon Resort State Park, Hawks Nest State Park and Lost River State Park, are provided by Tentrr and offer cozy and comfortable stays for adventure enthusiasts and the outdoor-curious. Here’s everything you need to know about these exciting new campsites at each park.
Blackwater Falls State Park
Home to the tallest waterfall in the state, 20 miles of hiking trails, incredible mountain adventures and Almost Heaven views, Blackwater Falls State Park is one of the most popular vacation destinations in West Virginia. It’s also a popular camping spot for West Virginians and out-of-state travelers. Tentrr campsites are located near the Blackwater River, which provides scenic views and quick access to outdoor adventures and incredible trout fishing.
In addition to seeing Blackwater Falls, check out these other attractions in the park during your camping trip:
- Elakala Falls
- Lindy Point Overlook
- Pendleton Point Overlook
Cacapon Resort State Park
Cacapon Resort State Park features miles of hiking trails, a golf course, a lakefront beach and many other exciting outdoor activities. The park is also home to a new and renovated lodge and is a short drive from several of West Virginia’s most historic destinations, such as Berkeley Springs, Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry. Tentrr campsites are tucked away in the park and provide peace and solitude in a wooded area.
In addition to outdoor adventures at Cacapon, make sure you take some time to visit nearby Berkeley Springs State Park to enjoy rest and relaxation at the park’s spa.
Hawks Nest State Park
Hawks Nest State Park is best known for its incredible views of the New River Gorge and proximity to Fayetteville’s many attractions. It also is a launching point for fishing, hiking, mountain biking and whitewater rafting adventures. Tentrr campsites at Hawks Nest are located near the scenic New River and put you right in the middle of adventure.
No trip to Hawks Nest is complete without spending time in the new New River Gorge. Extend your camping trip at Hawks Nest by planning to spend time in the country’s newest national park, the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve.
Lost River State Park
With more than 4,000 acres of rugged mountains and forest, miles of hiking trails and outdoor adventures to enjoy, Lost River State Park is a perfect place for off-the-grid camping trips. It also has one of the best views in the state. To see it, hike the Miller’s Rock Trail to the Cranny Crow Overlook, where you can enjoy stunning views of five counties. Tentrr campsites are nestled deep in the park and provide comfortable camping near stunning views.
Extend your camping trip to Lost River by traveling to these nearby attractions over the course of a week or longer:
- Smoke Hole Caverns is 37 miles away
- Dolly Sods Wilderness Area is 45 miles away
- Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad is 47 miles away
- Seneca Rocks is 50 miles away
- Seneca Caverns is 57 miles away
- Nelson Rocks is 61 miles away
- Spruce Knob is 71 miles away
What comes included at a Tentrr campsite
Tentrr makes camping easy. Each campsite includes:
- Pre-set canvas tent on its own wooden deck platform
- Queen-size memory foam mattress
- Side tables
- Propane tent heater
- Picnic table
- Fire pit with a grill
- Solar shower
- Portable camp toilet
- Pop-up tent for extra guests
Other than food, clothes, toiletries and any other items you need during your trip, the only thing you should pack is an air mattresses or sleeping pad if you will be using the extra pop-up tent.
Plan your West Virginia State Park Tentrr camping trip today!
These new Tentrr campsites are booking up fast! Don’t miss your chance to camp in style this summer. Book your trip today. A two-night minimum is required when booking Tentrr campsites on weekends.Book Now