Blackwater Falls Camping
Blackwater Falls State Park is named for the falls of the Blackwater River, whose amber-colored waters plunge five stories then twist and tumble through an eight-mile long gorge. The “black” water is a result of tannic acid from fallen hemlock and red spruce needles. This area is one of the most photographed sites in West Virginia. Campers visiting the park can enjoy activities like hiking, biking, fishing and so much more.
Campground Seasons & Dates
The campground is open late April through October 31, weather permitting. Sites 1-30 are open for primitive camping.
Campsites can be reserved online at any time, by phone or at the campground office
Reservations may be made for no less than two consecutive nights on weekends (Fri., Sat.) or one night during the week (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.
Visitors may book a maximum of 14 consecutive nights
The campground is home to 65 total tent and trailer sites
All campsites include electric hookups
The park features a centrally-located bathhouse with hot showers, a laundromat and a dumping station