Visit Smoke Hole Resort, The Massive Family Campground In West Virginia That’s The Size Of A Small Town
As local travel experts, we know what travelers are looking for when it comes to finding the perfect accommodations for their next trip. To compile our lists, we scour the internet to find properties with excellent ratings and reviews, desirable amenities, nearby attractions, and that something special that makes a destination worthy of traveling for.
There are some really neat campgrounds around West Virginia. Whether you want something remote, rustic, and private or something right on a river, we’ve got you covered! But when it comes to number of fun activity options on-site, few can match the comprehensive offerings at the Smoke Hole Campground. Come along as we see what it has to offer.
There’s so much to choose from here, you might just have to stay an extra week or two!
Have you vacationed at Smoke Hole in West Virginia before? What’s your favorite thing to do on-site? How about in the larger area? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below! You can learn more about the resort on the official Smoke Hole website as well as about its massive gift shop on the gift shop Facebook Page.
If you like off-roading, then you’ll definitely enjoy this article about Burning Rock Outdoor Adventure Park.
If you’re still in the mood for more West Virginia adventures, take a look at this video about the beautiful but eerie abandoned town of Thurmond:
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Exploring West Virginia
Where can we find small towns in West Virginia?
- Lewisburg at one time was named one of the coolest small towns in America for its historic downtown, old cemeteries, and more.
- Point Pleasant is known for its beautiful river walk, historic sites, state park, museums, and dozens of shops and restaurants.
- Harpers Ferry is one of the most popular tourist towns in West Virginia, as well as in the country, and is also designated as a National Historical Park.
Read on to learn more about some of the many charming small towns in West Virginia.
Where can we go for a weekend getaway in West Virginia?
- Tentrr is an organization that offers furnished tent camping sites for an affordable glamping experience at five different West Virginia State Parks: Blackwater Falls, Cooper Rock State Forest, Lost River State Park, Hawks Nest State Park, and Cacapon State Park Spring.
- The New River Gorge National Park area features great hiking, camping, and a spectacular iconic bridge.
- Fall foliage is great in West Virginia and you can embark upon a fall foliage road trip that goes from Coopers Rock State Forest for 305 miles south ending in Grandview National Park.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other wonderful places to go for a weekend getaway in West Virginia.
Where can we find wineries in West Virginia?
- Lambert's Vintage Wine in Weston operates out of a unique building built out of hand-cut stones.
- Forks of Cheat Winery in Morgantown is a favorite and has also won over 200 awards in a variety of competitions locally, nationally, and internationally.
- Winetree Vineyards in Vienna grows and bottles its wines on the farm property here and also has a tasting room and gift shop.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other tasty wineries in West Virginia.