September 17, 2023 - reviewed by Dr Gomez
Majestic Black Waterfalls and Sceneries
There are plenty of excellent RV campgrounds and Cabins at Tucker County, WV with gorgeous sceneries all over, lovely towns, good restaurants and shopping, just drive around and explore, we’re glad to share the Black Waterfalls area photos, GOD Bless USA!
September 12, 2021 - reviewed by Senior Camper
Ok For Overnight
We were given the “last” campsite #14. However, there were other unoccupied spots. We only stayed one night as we were traveling through. It was ok for that. But the campground is average at best. Most sites are along the edge of the woods. #14 among others are in full sun, which was not a problem for us. It went down into the high 40’s at night and the sun in the morning felt good. The bathrooms were just ok, with flush toilets and showers, but not heated. The campground was pretty full. So the bathrooms could have been cleaned more often. I don’t think once a day is enough. It was quiet, no loud people or barking dogs. A lot of families and seniors with grandchildren. I like that no alcohol is allowed in state & federal campgrounds. Alcohol means late night partiers and loud talking & music. The state park itself has beautiful scenery. The falls is spectacular 59’ high. Some great overlooks into a gorge. Small bundles of firewood for $6.
October 8, 2018 - reviewed by Retro Traveler
There’s no reason to camp here except to rest from travel. Steep grade north for miles. Save your self.
May 25, 2017 - reviewed by Sheila & George
Our First Time
We found this campground on Google. Very much enjoyed our stay. We were there 3rd week of may. So peaceful ,quiet.
The falls were beautiful . Definetly will stay there again. Maybe in fall.
October 16, 2016 - reviewed by William Lively
We arrived and paid for the very last "electric" site (#14), placed our reservation on the post and then left to see the sights on a beautifyl autumn day. When we came back to the site we found a "claim jumper" had taken our spot. I confronted him and rather than get angry I went to the office. The park ranger admitted to the mistake and thought something was odd but still let the claim jumper have the site. We were refunded our money and rather than share the site with the other guy we just left. We went back toward Davis and stayed the night at a public campground which ended up being a real blessing!