There’s no better place to connect with nature and camp under the stars than Almost Heaven, West Virginia. Camping is one of the most popular activities at West Virginia’s state parks and forests. With more than 1,500 campsites at 27 different state parks and forests, there’s a camping experience for everyone.

Be surrounded by forest views with tent camping at Audra State Park or Coopers Rock State Forest or hook up the RV at and relax lakeside at Beech Fork State Park. Looking for a uniquely West Virginia experience? Try yurt camping at Tomlinson Run State Park or stay overnight in the restored Thorny Mountain Fire Tower at Seneca State Forest.

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The opportunities for adventure and family time are endless at West Virginia State Parks, so pack your tent, grab a bag of marshmallows, and book your camping trip today.

Don’t forget to tag your favorite camping photos with #WVStateParks!