The Oldest Campground In West Virginia Has Made Summertime More Magical Since 1937

When you want to bask in the beauty of West Virginia, there’s no better way to do it than by camping out. The oldest state park in West Virginia has a beautiful campgrounds where you can pitch your tent, park your RV, or stay overnight in a cabin and have a whole lot of fun.

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Learn more about Watoga State Park, and reserve your campsite on its website. Are you excited to spend a night or two here? Tag the friends and family you want to join you.

Looking for more spots to spend the night surrounded by the natural beauty of West Virginia? Check out this enchanting summer sanctuary with cabins and a waterfall.