Twenty-miles north of West Virginia’s iconic New River Gorge Bridge, Babcock State Park offers its guests 4,127 acres of serene, yet rugged beauty. A fast flowing trout stream winds through a boulder-strewn canyon. The park is most known for the Glade Creek Grist Mill, a fully functional replica of the original Cooper’s Mill. Other attractions include recreational activities like hiking, fishing and boating.
Campground Seasons & Dates
The campground is open spring through fall, weather permitting
Campsites may be reserved anytime online, by phone, or at the campground office
Reservations may be made for no less than two consecutive nights on weekends (Fri. and Sat.) or one night (Sun.-Thurs.)
The number of vehicles or units on a site, payment, cancellations, and refunds information is good to know prior to making a reservation. Read more.
There is a 14-night maximum stay
52-unit campground, 28 sites with electric hookups, four of which are accessible and 24 non-electric sites
Accommodates tents or trailers and has a central bathhouse with coin-operated laundry
Two water fill-up stations and two sewage facilities
Firewood and ice are available for purchase
WiFi is available
Cell phone service is available from most major cell phone companies