Mountain Lake Campground & Cabins

(1) Review

1898 Airport Road, Summersville, WV, 26651

Mountain Lake Campground & Cabins is a campground located near Summersville, West Virginia. It features 30 full hookup campsites that are big rig friendly. All of them accommodate pull through and slide out RVs. The park provides free WiFi, allows pets, and has a dump station.


Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include a restaurant, heated swimming pools, a mini golf course, a gift shop with a snack bar, playgrounds, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as basketball, themed weekends, biking, hiking, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.



The campground is near attractions like:

  • Summersville Lake State Wildlife Area
  • Gauley River National Recreation Area
  • Wildwater Expeditions Unlimited
  • Summersville Lake Wildlife Management Area

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Area #1 20/30 Amp (Group Site) $54.00
Area #1 (Standard Site) 20/30 Amp $26.00
Area # 2 (Group Site) $54.00
Area # 2 (Standard Site) $26.00
Area #3 Primitive Site (Group Site) $46.00
Area #3 Primitive Site (Standard Site) $18.00
Area #4 (Primitive Site) $20.00
Lakeside Site (Area #4) 30/50 Amp $37.00
Upper Lake View Site 30/50 Amp (Area #4) $32.00

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Cozy Cabins $99.00
Lakefront Cabin $125.00
Yurts $109.00

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Area # 1 Campsite (Group Site) $54.00
Area #1 Campsite (Standard Site) $26.00
Area #2 Campsite (Group Site) $54.00
Area # 2 Campsite (Standard Site) $26.00
Area #3 Primitive Site (Group Site) $46.00
Area #3 Primitive Site (Standard Site) $18.00
Area #4 Campsite (Lakeside Side) $37.00
Area #4 Campsite (Upper Lake View) $32.00
Primitive Tent Site (Area #4) $20.00

Laundry Facilities

Dump Station

1898 Airport Road, Summersville, WV, 26651
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Overall Rating: 4.0

Jacqueline W Moore

This is just a 2 hour drive from our home so this is one of our weekend campgrounds. This is a privately owned campground and at the moment does not participate in any club programs. It is right by Summersville Lake and has one area(out of 4) that offers some lakefront spots. Amenities include.. AT site - water, electric, picnic table and fire ring. Sites are gravel and some do require some leveling. Offers both pull through and back in. They DO NOT have cable or wifi at sites but cell service is good and you can go to the store/gift shop if you need wifi. They have 4 camping areas.Area 1 more wooded spots and across from the marina road, also has a walking/biking path to another boat launch/fishing area. Area 2 offers both wooded and open spots and is also the area with beach access and is located beside the store. Area 3 is a primitive area but has very nice spots, Area 4 is their new area and is located off of area 2, it has lake views and lake front spots where if you have a boat you can tie up at the shore. All areas offer bath houses, laundry, playgrounds, basketball courts and dumping stations. The campground has a small restaurant on premises, heated swimming pool, pavillion, bounce pillow, gift shop and snack bar, miniature golf (this needs to be improved though), haunted trail, golf cart rentals, camper and boat storage, tow on/off, for those staying longer they offer tank pumping services, themed weekends, camper rentals, and cabins. Prices vary but the most expensive spot is the lakefront during holiday and it is $48/night...peak season pricing goes from $24-$37. The Summersville Marina is like i said across from area 2 and at Sarge's Dive shop you can rent pontoon boats, kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, they offer lake tours and offer scuba lessons, charters, snorkeling charters, rental gear. Overnight dock space is available but if not the campground allows a boat at your site if they know in advance and can put you in a large enough space to accomodate. Close to whitewater rafting, zip lining, hiking, New River Gorge Bridge which in October hosts Bridge Day where people from all over come to base jump, catapult and high line/rappel off the bridge. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group