Camp Creek State Park and Forest is known for beautiful waterfalls and great camping experiences. With nearly 6000 acres, 35 miles of trails, and 7 miles of seasonally stocked trout streams for hikers, bikers, horseback riders, and sportsmen – there is something for everyone to explore.
The park is situated just 2 ½ miles off Interstate 77 at exit 20. Camp Creek State Park is an oasis for the vacationer. Whether you choose the park as a vacation site or a stop-over, rest assured you will find exactly what you are looking for. Surrounded by the breathtaking mountains of southern West Virginia, Camp Creek offers a chance to enjoy what state parks are all about.
The state park section of Camp Creek was formed in 1987 when 550 acres was marked off from the existing state forest which was established in 1953. Adjacent to the State Park, Camp Creek State Forest, consisting of 5364 acres, is managed to demonstrate sound forest management principles through the concept of multiple-use. In the forest section hunters may pursue many species of game including deer, bear, wild turkey, ruffed-grouse, and a variety of small game.